Port of Los Angeles wraps up $65M Everport Terminal project

The Port of Los Angeles has completed construction of the $65 million Everport Terminal Improvement Project located at Berths 226-236 along the Los Angeles Main Channel.

The project allows Everport to improve the container-handling efficiency and capacity of its existing terminal to accommodate the projected fleet mix of larger container vessels anticipated to call at the Everport Terminal over the next two decades.

Approved by the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners in 2017, the project began construction in 2019, and included berth deepening, mooring bollard and berthing fender upgrades, construction of an additional 1.5 acres of backland, electrical improvements for five new Alternative Maritime Power (AMP) connections, electrical infrastructure for three additional container cranes and charging equipment for clean-energy, electric trucks.

Dredging increased water depth to -53 feet alongside Berths 226-229 and -47 feet alongside Berths 230-232 to accommodate container ships loaded with up to 16,000 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs).

The Everport Terminal has also welcomed two new ship-to-shore container cranes, manufactured by Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co. (ZPMC) to replace two older cranes removed from the terminal in 2018. Each crane is approx. 293’ tall, weighs 1660 tons, with a designed lifting capacity of 60 long tons.

Photo: Port of Los Angeles