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Programmatic Maintenance Activities

The Port of Port Angeles is proposing to conduct maintenance activities at five terminals (Terminals 1, 3, 4, 5 and 7) and the Port Angeles Boat Haven marina located in the nearshore area of Port Angeles Harbor in Port Angeles, Washington. The Port’s maintenance activities are needed to maintain  aging structures (e.g. piers, log rafting pockets, dolphins, bulkhead, boat launch, and breakwater) upgrade mooring structures to better accommodate Port tenants’ berthing needs and remove or replace structures that do not currently meet the needs of the facility’s customers (e.g. boat ramp).  The Port is proposing to complete these maintenance activities as needed over the next ten years under a programmatic permit with the US Army Corps of Engineers and other State approvals. A link to the Joint Public Notice (WA Department of Ecology & US Army Corps of Engineers) for the project is found here. This document provides additional project detail and includes project drawings for a comprehensive overview of the proposed work.

This proposed Port facility maintenance work will occur within the Port Angeles Harbor, but is not directly related to the Western Port Angeles Harbor Cleanup Site activities. For more information on the remedial activities within the Western Port Angeles Harbor please visit the link below:

Pen Ply Mill Redevelopment
This project consists of building demolition and hazardous material abatement of the existing Pen Ply Mill structures. The mill was initially constructed in 1941 and consists of approximately 227,000 square feet of primarily wooden structures and a 175-foot-tall smoke stack.

Demolition of the existing mill structures is just the first step of the Remedial Action Work Plan that will first focus on the environmental clean-up of the site, and then move forward into redevelopment. The port’s central waterfront master plan proposes development of the site in support of marine trades due to its strategic location with direct access to the port’s marine terminals and 500-ton travel-lift pier.
Composite Manufacturing Campus
The Composites Manufacturing Campus at the Port’s Airport Industrial Park consists of 123-acres, 14 acres of existing composite manufacturers, and 6.5 acres of new expansion. The expansion consists of two 25,000-square-foot buildings and a third pad for composites facilities, dedicated to both hot and cold manufacturing processes. This expansion continues the port’s long track record of supporting aerospace composites company tenants, yacht builders, and alternative energy firms by creating more space in which they can grow.

Marine Security Improvements
Utilizing federal funds under the Port Security Grant Program, the port will improve the access control system at the Marine Terminal and add video surveillance systems to the Port Angeles Boat Haven and John Wayne Marina. These improvements should be completed in April of 2013.

Chris Hartman, P.E.
Title: Director of Engineering
Phone: 360-417-3422
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Chris Rasmussen
Title:  Facilities Manager
Phone:  360-417-3446
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