King’s Landing at Ship Creek

King’s Landing at Ship Creek

Start Date: June 15, 2015
Completion Date: July 15, 2016
Owner: Municipality of Anchorage
Location: Anchorage, AK
Architects: HDR Alaska
Project Manager: James Murrell
Project Superintendent: Andy Davidson
Project Engineer: Sam Meredith
Project Administrator: Joan Vanucci
Site Safety Manager: Kirk Waggoner

The King’s Landing at Ship Creek Phase II consisted of 7,000 SF plaza with decorative paving and 3,100 SF of concrete pavers, concrete walls with a timber boardwalk, 15,000 SF asphalt parking lot with curb and gutter, a restroom building with water and sewer hookups, gabion walls, water connections to pedestrian amenities, electrical improvements including load center and lighting.

Ship Creek is a favorite local fishing and shorebird viewing spot near downtown Anchorage. The $2 million project enhanced access to the fishery and turned a previously grubby access point into an appealing park with sitting areas, a rain-fed pond and one of the nicest public restroom in the state. 23-canine-and-human-fountain

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