The Passenger Ship Terminal project consisted of a major deck expansion to accommodate newer larger cruise ships and increased traffic due to the booming cruise market. As well as executing a comprehensive under-deck and pile rehabilitation program for the existing piers, Phoenix Marine installed the steel pipe piles, post tensioned batter piles, and concrete caps and decks for the new 50 ft wide pier aprons on the north and south sides of Pier 88. The work also included construction of rail structures in the pier structures to support the new mobile elevated gangways, and new fender system and bollards. In addition to the terminal facility work, a fish habitat was created on the north side of Pier 92, by driving approximately 100 piles in a predetermined grid pattern. Throughout this project, Phoenix Marine was successful in completing all of the client determined milestones on schedule, despite extremely tight deadlines and the requirement to coordinate all work around cruise ship operations.