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Terminal 91 Berth 6 and 8 Redevelopment

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This project preserves port assets that are essential to maritime industry economic growth and efficiency through the redevelopment of pier moorings.

Projected Cost

$35 million

Summary

This project will redevelop berths 6 and 8 along the northeast side of Pier 90 to help meet fishing fleet and commercial vessel demand. Redevelopment includes:

  • Demolition of approximately 62,250 square feet of condemned existing timber apron and 830 linear feet of seawall (northerly portion of Berth 6 and entire Berth 8)
  • Removal and relocation of the existing gangway, floats and boathouses, small office structure, and reconstruction of approximately 830 linear feet of concrete apron structure at 600 pounds per square foot

The project assumes no additional overwater coverage.

Estimated Completion Date

Q3/4 2022

Purpose

The purpose of this project is asset and revenue preservation.

Century Agenda

This project supports the Port’s Century Agenda by restoring capabilities of Pier 90 structure similar to the remaining Terminal 91 aprons.

Business Plan Objectives

  • Work with the terminal operators, fishing industry, tug boats, and other dock users to maximize the use of docks and upland buildings providing net income to the Port
  • Invest in strategic capital improvements to ensure long term viability of the North Pacific Fishing Fleet

Permitting

This project requires environmental permitting and review. Likely permits/approvals include:

  • State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Review
  • City of Seattle Shoreline Substantial Development Permit
  • City of Seattle Construction Permit
     
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