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.
Bayport Rail Spur Construction
Construction of approximately 6500 track feet of rail at the Bayport Terminal. This rail will cross State Highway (SH) 146 and connect the existing rail from Strang Rail line to within 900 feet of the Container Freight Station (CFS) Road in the Bayport Intermodal Facility. This project will also include clearing, grubbing, drainage, rail crossings, signalization and perhaps a sound wall, if required.
Bayport - Construct Container Yard 7
Construction of approximately 50 acres of reinforced and roller compacted 18-inch concrete pavement, including the construction of a storm water collection system, water and sanitary sewer mains, high mast lighting and communication conduit.
JacintoPort – Repair of Deck & Back Up Pavement on Wharf Nos. 1, 2 & 3
This project consists of repairing existing holes in the deck at JacintoPort Terminal.
Drainage System at Volkswagen Yard at Turning Basin Terminal
Improvement of existing drainage system tied to IH-610 feeder road at the Volkswagen yard at the Turning Basin terminal.
Project 1: TxDot construction of drainage improvements to the 610 feeder road. (Procured by TxDot)
Project 2: PHA construction of drainage improvements to the Volkswagen Yard.
Barbours Cut Rehabilitation of Container Yard C1N and C2N
The scope of work includes the construction of approximately 20 acres of concrete pavement for storage of containers as well as traffic lanes to maintain circulation into and around storage areas.
Rehabilitation of Wharf 3, Construction of Electrical Infrastructure and Lash Dock Demolition at Barbours Cut Terminal
The project is divided into three parts: Part 1: The wharf 3 will be upgraded in order to support 100 feet gauge dock cranes. This work includes the upgrade of 1000 feet of wharf, a new stevedore support building, structural elements, high mast pole lighting, and electrical infrastructure. Part 2: It includes the construction of 3,600 feet of concrete duct bank for power and communications; and, Part 3: It consists of the partial demolition of the Lash Dock.