The long awaited and more than $30 million Pier III project took one step closer to becoming a reality last week when the council approved two professional services contract. during Thursday’s regular meeting.
City Manager Aimee Kniaziowski said the project is fully funded, and this contract will help get it rolling.
Councilman JohnWhiddon said it speaks wonders to Kodiak that this project is fully funded.
The contract was unanimously approved, as was a contract for geotechnical work for the pier. Both were awarded to Roe Sturgulewski with RISE Alaska, the same project management company that has been working on the new library.
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