Terminal 5 Modernization Project: Investing in the region's future
Terminal 5 is poised to be a cornerstone of economic activity in the Pacific Northwest and one of our nation’s premier trade infrastructure assets. Modernization of Terminal 5 will revitalize the underutilized facility—vacant since 2014 due to its inability to handle ships with a capacity of more than 6,000 TEUs—to a state of good repair, improving the safety, reliability, and efficiency of moving goods through the Pacific Northwest.
Download the NWSA's application for the Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIDP) grant.
|Appendix E1 PIERS Data Imports and Exports – 2015 through 2018|
|Appendix A2 Letters of Commitment||Appendix E2 PIERS Data Imports and Exports by Commodity Type - 2019|
|Appendix B1 Benefit Cost Analysis: Baseline||Appendix E3 PIERS Data Summary|
|Appendix B2 Benefit Cost Analysis: Baseline + Terminal 5Project||Appendix F1 Terminal 5 Anticipated Historical Pavement Thickness|
|Appendix B3 Benefit Cost Analysis Report||Appendix F2 Terminal 5 FWD Exploration Deflection Contour Map|
|Appendix C Project Cost Estimates||NWSA Economic Impact Analysis|
|Appendix D Terminal 5 Cargo Wharf Rehabilitation, Berth Deepening, and Improvements Final Environmental Impact Statement Volume I and Volume II (2016)||Letters of Support|