Dissen & Juhn has a long tradition of building docks, piers, and wharves for public and private entities. These structures provide ready access to recreational and working waterfronts for a host of activities such as fishing, boating, conveying pedestrian and vehicular traffic, and loading of freight and bulk materials.
Heavy carpentry is a specialty of the company. Timber structures are finding increased utilization in waterfront communities where their low-cost, aesthetically pleasing and eco-friendly designs compliment the natural surroundings of coastal environments.
“My experience with working with Dissen & Juhn was a positive one. I was impressed with how professional everyone was as well as with the quality of the work. The project was completed exactly as it was presented, and was delivered on time and on budget despite having a tricky existing sewer line to deal with.”- Jeff Holland, Museum Director, Annapolis Maritime Museum
FOUR SEASONS KENT ISLAND TRANSIENT COMMUNITY PIERA large community pier is one of many amenities at K. Hovnanian’s Four Seasons at Kent Island, a resort-like residential community…
NEW CASTLE PIERIn 2009, town administrators at the City of New Castle were discussing enhancing its community pier to allow the town to accommodate tall ships like the Kalmar Nyckel…
DOWNS MEMORIAL PARK This pier was built for Anne Arundel County as a key feature of the park…
ROMANCOKE PIER AND The Romancoke Pier extends 615 LF into Eastern Bay and was originally built in the late 1930s…
PERRYVILLE PIER AND The Perryville Pier was implemented as part of a greater effort to stimulate the local economy…