Posts Tagged ‘state port’

Port officials find replacement tenant for Chiquita

GULFPORT — McDermott International will finish and spool pipe for oil and natural gas drillers at the Port of Gulfport, creating 100 jobs. The company said yesterday that it will lease space on the port’s East Pier for 10 years, with options for another 30 years. If the port gets environmental approvals from the U.S. […] [...]

State Port to let bids for major expansion project

GULFPORT — The Port Authority Board will advertise for bids on two large contracts for building tenant facilities and support services on the west pier at the state port in Gulfport. All the dirt moving and site preparation for the port’s expansion will soon give way to $100 million in construction. “We’ve been waiting for […] [...]

PEER report on port expansion to be released this week

GULFPORT — A legislative committee will release a report this week on its analysis of spending at the State Port at Gulfport. Max Arinder, director of the Performance Evaulation and Expenditure Review Committee, told The Sun Herald that the report should be available to the public Friday. Gov. Phil Bryant, the Mississippi Development Authority and […] [...]

Legislators, group want PEER to review State Port expansion

GULFPORT — Two lawmakers and a community coalition are asking a legislative committee to release a report that analyzes spending on state port expansion. “This is public monies, so it should be public knowledge,” Rep. Sonya Williams Barnes, D-Gulfport, said at a news conference held yesterday in Gulfport. Rep. David Baria, D-Bay St. Louis, said […] [...]

Port, consultant at odds over expenses; contract may be terminated

GULFPORT — The state port of Gulfport is negotiating reductions in contract costs with CH2M Hill, the global consulting and engineering firm that conceived ambitious expansion plans unveiled in 2008 but since curtailed. “It’s my opinion we really don’t need all their services they offer and the expenses that are going along with it,” said […] [...]

State Port director disputes union numbers on jobs

GULFPORT — The state port has responded to complaints its job numbers appear inflated. New executive director Jonathan Daniels said the port employs the equivalent of 103 full-time longshoremen, not the 388 union workers the port previously publicized. Daniels said the new number came from the local International Longshoremen Association. He said the union also […] [...]

‘We just hope our luck holds out’

by Published: June 13,2010

Tags: Barbour, Deepwater Horizon spill, state port

State Port not yet affected by spill but officials are wary Late last week, the only oil or remnants of oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill that’s been inundating the Gulf of Mexico since April 21 that officials know had reached Mississippi soil was a two-mile long strand of residue that beached on Petit Bois […] [...]

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