TERMINAL 5: New progress photos from the port

Wondering how things are going with the Terminal 5 modernization project? Here’s a look:

The port provided that slide deck (also viewable here in PDF), after it was shown Friday to the Harbor Island Stakeholder Group. Major work has been under way for more than half a year, with one notable trouble spot noted so far, a problem with timber piles that put pile-driving on hold and now has extended it through next week, about two weeks past the originally planned stopdown for fish protection.

P.S. Got Terminal 5 questions? The Port will have reps at next Thursday’s West Seattle Transportation Coalition meeting (Feb. 27th, 6:30 pm, Neighborhood House High Point, 6400 Sylvan Way SW).

1 Reply to "TERMINAL 5: New progress photos from the port"

  • WGA February 23, 2020 (3:23 pm)

    Thanks for the update.Any news on the old cranes? Have they been sold to another port operator or will they end up being scrapped/recycled?

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