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Tsunami Recovery Bulletin

February 14, 2014

South Harbor Dock Reconstruction

The South Harbor Docks project was completed on January 3, 2014.

H and I Docks

The Port Commission awarded the contract for the Demolition and Reconstruction of H & I Docks Project to Bellingham Marine Industries, Inc. on January 28, 2014. Reconstruction of H & I Docks will commence within the coming months.

Local Contractors and Businesses Assisting with Tsunami Recovery

We are pleased to have been aided in the response, recovery and rebuilding processes by many quality Santa Cruz County-based contractors and suppliers. The following local companies have provided products and services specifically for tsunami recovery:

Abacherli Fence Co

Las Animas Concrete

Aqua Express

Mesiti-Miller Engineering

Aquarius Boatworks

Monterey Bay Marine

Big Creek Lumber

Olive Springs Quarry

Blueprint Express

Orchard Supply Hardware

Coast Pipeline

Pacific Marine Salvage

Conley Construction

Port Supply

Down Under Dive



Randazzo Enterprises

Ewing Irrigation

Rodgers & Associates Marine Surveyors

Fehr Engineering

Royal Electric



Haro Kasunich & Associates

Tom Ralston Concrete

The Hose Shop

Triad Electrical

Independent Electric

Triton Construction

Jim Moser

Port Supply


Wenger Paving, Inc.


Other companies who are contributing ably to the harbor’s recovery efforts include:

Associated Pacific Constructors

Parker Diving Service

Bellingham Marine

Red Hills Environmental

Henderson Marine Supply

Scottco Flotation

Moffat & Nichol

SeaEngineering, Inc.

MTH Engineers



If you would like to recommend a contractor or supplier for future opportunities to do business with the harbor, please send an email with the company name, contact information and products/services they provide to .

L-dock after the tsunami (above) and following reconstruction in April 2012 (below)

L-dock after

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