Current Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) include adding or improving motorized and non-motorized transportation infrastructure, stormwater and sanitary sewer infrastructure, city facilities and other key projects.
Barbour’s Cut Container Terminal Projects:
- East end Reconstruction at Container Yard 1
- Warf 2 Communications Infrastructure Upgrade
Bayport Container Terminal Projects:
- Channel Deepening and Widening
- Completion of Container Yard 6 North at Bayport Container Terminal:
Click here to show/hide contents
- After18 months of construction, Bayport’s Container Yard 6 North project is nearing completion. This important project, aligned with the Port’s mission and vision, provides additional container yard acreage to meet loaded container volume growth projected between 4% and 10% over the next five years. These projections along with the uncertainty and possible dramatic shifts in steamship line volumes in the near future lead to the need for increased terminal acreage.
- Specifically, this project consists of approximately 21.5 acres of reinforced and roller compacted 18-inch concrete pavement with a 30-year service life in a configuration that will enable flexible container operations during successive phases of the Bayport Terminal development. Other features of this project include the construction of a storm water collection system, water and sanitary sewer mains, site electrical distribution, high mast lighting communication conduits and associated manholes and security fencing.
- Seabrook Sight and Sound Berm Stabilization
General Cargo Facilities Projects:
- CARE Terminal Warf Rehabilitation
- East Industrial Park Drainage Improvement
- Fire boat dock construction
- Rehabilitation of Ramps and Bulkheads at Woodhouse
- Replacement of Sewer and Water Conveyance Systems at Woodhouse