The Port of Everett's South Terminal facility is a key piece of the Port’s overall Seaport Modernization efforts and part of the largest capital project in Port history, and the largest marine construction project on the West Coast in 2018. The dock was originally built in the 1970s for log operations, and in its previous state, could only accommodate 500 pounds per square foot (psf). Modern cargo operations require a minimum of 1,000 psf. The South Terminal Strengthening Project strengthens the remaining 560-feet of the 700-foot South Terminal dock structure (140-feet was strengthened as part of Phase I in 2015), and makes electrical upgrades at the wharf.
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