The barge and workers showed up on time on the day scheduled for the start of this large project. They quickly removed the outboard pilings for my 100 foot pier and moved the barge and equipment in close to the bulkhead. They removed a dockhouse that was later put back in place and updated by another contractor. Pile driving began immediately and continued for two days. Afterward, they drove in the vinyl bulkhead panels that we had selected after seeing other similar projects that Steve had completed. This bulkhead will last longer than my lifetime, for sure. Upon finishing one side of my pier, they moved to the other side and repeated the process. After finishing the bulkhead, they began replacing the pier's deck with new 2x6 boards. Steve agreed to use stainless steel deck screws, rather than nails, which will hold the boards tighter on the joists. After all pier work was completed, they brought in the new aluminum boat lift we had ordered from the company. That install was finished in a day and included fitting the lift to my boat hull. A couple of days later, Steve installed a new walk board for me to be able to wax the outer side of my hull. I have had three major marine jobs done on my dock over the past 25 years. B and W is by far the best marine contractor I have ever used. His pricing is very fair, even though he uses superior materials. For example, he replaced my 8 inch piles with 12 inch piles, and used galvanized steel rods to connect to the deadmen at every piling. He does not work his crew to death, but treats them very fairly. They know what they are doing, for sure. He is a very good marine contractor, and the best I have used.