Terminal 18 Entry Facility—Port of Seattleby Bradley P. Erickson, CH2M Hill, Bellevue, WA, USA,
Michael R. Mariano, CH2M Hill, Bellevue, WA, USA,
David O. Torseth, CH2M Hill, Bellevue, WA, USA,
Abstract: This paper presents a successful approach that was used in the planning, design, permit coordination, and expansion of the entry/exit facilities at Terminals 18 and 20 at the Port of Seattle. The key areas typically influenced by transportation engineers include access routes to and from the terminals; onsite circulation and parking; processing functions such as gates, inspection platforms, scales, and guardhouses; and provisions for the tenant, the shipping lines, employees, and visitors. This project work was limited to the processing functions and tenant operational provisions, because access routes and onsite circulation and parking were already provided.
Subject Headings: Terminal facilities | Parking facilities | Facility expansion | Routing (transportation) | Container shipping | Water circulation | Harbor facilities | Washington | North America | United States | Seattle
Services: Buy this book/Buy this article
Return to search