WEST JUNEAU WEEKLY PICTURE Manson Contruction’s Derrick Scandia in the Juneau Harbor This and Manson Contruction’s smaller Andrew were used in the construction this past fall, winter, and spring of the new south floating berth to accommodate Panamax sized cruise ships. On the right is the lower terminal of the Mt. Roberts Tramway and on … Continue reading "The Larger of the Derricks"
WEST JUNEAU WEEKLY PICTURE Installing New Utility Pole & Removing the Upper Part of the Old 1980 Pole Chatham Electric was the contractor for Alaska Electric Light & Power. Pictures by David Kent, 9:01 a.m. ADT for the 1st picture and 2:14 p.m. for the 2nd, August 1, 2013, © 2015
WEST JUNEAU WEEKLY PICTURE 10:46 AM February 18, 2014 Mountains left to right: Mt. Juneau with Cape Horn in the upper center of picture, snow covered Mt. Juneau Ridge, and Mt. Roberts. Portion of Downtown Juneau from left to right: Foodland Shopping Center Annex building; above the Foodland Annex is the PCL Construction Services tower … Continue reading "10:46 AM February 18, 2014"
WEST JUNEAU WEEKLY PICTURE A Yellow-Green Glow Left to right: Sitka Spruce, new power pole installed August 1st by Chatham Electric for AEL&P, Mt. Roberts (with the Mt. Roberts Tramway in operation), and the Marine Park Parking Garage and Downtown Library left of center behind the Alaska Steamship Dock along the Juneau Harbor and Gastineau … Continue reading "A Yellow-Green Glow"
WEST JUNEAU WEEKLY PICTURE The Skeleton of the Juneau Federal Building From left to right: Standard Oil (Chevron) Pier, Heintzleman Ridge in the far distance, the Federal Building under construction, Russian trawler “Orel” at the (U.S.) Government Dock, the Subport Building behind the vessel with a tiny bit of the Highlands visible above it on … Continue reading "The Skeleton of the Juneau Federal Building"