Captain Jack’s Wharf is one of the few remaining wharves in the town of Provincetown, which at one time had over 100 major structures used for fishing and marine commerce. The current wharf owners, who had converted the facility into an association of condominium units, approached Coastal Engineering to perform a complete structural inspection of the failing wharf. Because a tear down and rebuilding of the entire structure was not an option for historical reasons, a new support system was designed to be constructed directly underneath the existing pier and attached units. In this way, the character and look of the existing wharf would not be changed. After obtaining the necessary environmental permits, the construction renovations on the wharf structure were underway.