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Port of Everett MASTER PLAN UPDATE April 8, 2008 . THREE STEP PROCESS. Step 1: Comprehensive Plan – Set the Vision Establish guiding principles and land uses Identify alternatives. Step 2: Project Review – Weigh Project Benefits. Community Trails & Open Space Community Service

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Port of Everett

MASTER PLAN UPDATE

April 8, 2008

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THREE STEP PROCESS
  • Step 1: Comprehensive Plan – Set the Vision
      • Establish guiding principles and land uses
      • Identify alternatives

Step 2: Project Review – Weigh Project Benefits

  • Community
  • Trails & Open Space
  • Community Service
  • Community Activities
  • Financial Analysis
  • Market Demand
  • Financial Performance
  • Economic Impacts
  • Job Creation
  • Development Catalyst
  • Tax Generation

Step 3: Project Implementation

  • Design
  • User Needs
  • Site Conditions
  • Environmental Issues
  • Implement
  • Environmental Review & Permit
  • Avoid / Minimize Impacts
  • Mitigate
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PLANNING AREA

South Terminal

Pacific Terminal

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MARINE TERMINAL TRAFFIC 2005 - 2007
  • In 2007 container TEU’s were more than four times year 2005 level.
  • General cargo traffic in 2007 was at 100, 000 ton level.
  • Dry bulk traffic in 2007 was at 125, 000 ton level.
  • Vessel calls increased from 48 in 2005 to 124 in 2007.
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MASTER PLAN UPDATE

Expansion at South terminal to accommodate Panamax vessels.

Wallenius Lines Fidelio – panamax roro ship

APL Malaysia – panamax container ship

Panamax size ships have a width of 106 ft (32.8 m), length of 750 ft +/- (230 m), and draft of 40 ft +/- (12 m).

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MASTER PLANNING HIGHLIGHTS
  • Road access from North .
  • Truck gate from North (two lanes in, one lane out).
  • Rail access from South (from Access Recovery Spur).
  • Yard tracks (two at 1,100 ft each, with expansion potential).
  • Deep sea berth for Panamax size vessel (900 ft long, 100 ft wide, 45 ft minimum depth of water).
  • Potential to add second berth – long term.
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MASTER PLANNING HIGHLIGHTS
  • Multi purpose open storage areas for containers and breakbulk cargoes (strengthen and improve pavement).
  • Relocate or retain maintenance/operations facility.
  • Pulp shed removed.
  • Construct operations building.
  • Upgrade utilities as required.
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TERMINAL EQUIPMENT

Consideration is being given to a variety of alternatives :

  • Relocate one of the existing cranes from Pacific Terminal.
  • Mobile Harbor cranes.
  • New and/or second hand gantry cranes designed for Panamax vessels.
  • Yard equipment : reach stackers, top picks, hostlers and chassis for moving boxes within the yard.
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