Work crews continue to drive reinforced concrete piles Wednesday for a waterfront path at Percival Landing in downtown Olympia. Considered the most disruptive phase of the project, the pile driving is scheduled to be completed within three weeks.
Work crews continue to drive reinforced concrete piles Wednesday for a waterfront path at Percival Landing in downtown Olympia. Considered the most disruptive phase of the project, the pile driving is scheduled to be completed within three weeks. The Olympian
Work crews continue to drive reinforced concrete piles Wednesday for a waterfront path at Percival Landing in downtown Olympia. Considered the most disruptive phase of the project, the pile driving is scheduled to be completed within three weeks. The Olympian

Boom, boom, boom: Crews driving concrete piles at Percival Landing

January 26, 2011 06:13 PM

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