It’s been a busy year so far welcoming new tenants to the Port of Kalama, furthering our mission and planning for future projects. The commission and staff held their annual Strategic Planning Meeting last week— reviewing projects for 2020 and up to five years of potential activity.
We’ve got a plan! Port of Kalama completes annual strategic planning to guide projects and budget in 2020 and beyond
The innovative and eco-friendly corrugated crate manufacturer expands from 21,000 square feet, continues to hire and grow at the Port.
WCT Marine and Construction will modify and prepare the T-barge to be used as a commercial wharf at the Port to better serve marine commerce.
Bergerson Construction commences work on the project next week at the north end of the marina to remove steel and timber piles in preparation for placement of T-barge
Port of Kalama Schedules Contractors to Lower Weather-Worn Totem Pole at Marine Park for Further Evaluation
With weathering and wear of the iconic wooden structures, the Port hired engineers to lower the 140’ totem pole the week of September 17th for examination.
The Port bids a warm farewell to Linda Durgeloh Williams, the longest acting employee at the Port with 45 years of service
Maintenance dredging commences next week at the Temco berth to maintain draft for cargo ships, dredged sand to be recycled for beach nourishment
The Port partners launch construction phase of Kalama River Fish Enhancement Project to restore habitat and protection for salmon and steelhead
Construction of a small outdoor venue and ongoing park improvements cause some intermittent pathway closures and detours at Marine Park
The Port of Kalama has retained a contractor to haul away wastewater generated from port facilities while its wastewater treatment plant is temporarily out of operation.