Floyd|Snider Projects Featured at PORTS ’22

Floyd|Snider staff members Jessi Massingale, PE, Erin Murray, and Emily Jones, PE, will all be representing Floyd|Snider at the Ports ’22 conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, September 18 through 21.

Floyd|Snider Principal Jessi Massingale, PE, will present on the firm’s recent work at the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3. Her presentation, Beneficial Reuse of Dredged Contaminated Sediments for Redevelopment of an Upland Cleanup Site, describes an innovative maintenance dredge project with beneficial reuse of dredged sediments at an adjacent upland cleanup site. Jessi will overview the multi-agency coordination, design, and construction management required to successfully complete this work, as well as the beneficial reuse and sustainability aspects of this project.

Senior Environmental Scientist Erin Murray will present on Salmon Habitat Restoration Design and Permitting at Vigor Shipyards, Seattle. This precedent-setting project is creating new subtidal, intertidal, and riparian habitat that will improve existing degraded habitat in an industrially zoned but ecologically important area. Erin and teaming partner Scott Stainer, PE, of KPFF, will present on the permitting, dredging, and construction required for this Natural Resource Damage-driven project. Construction is in progress and will continue through 2023, with Vigor maintaining the habitat area in perpetuity, as part of the working shipyard.

Emily Jones, PE, an Associate Principal at Floyd|Snider, was a co-author for Terminal Wide Industrial Stormwater Treatment on a 200-acre Container Terminal. One of Floyd|Snider’s teaming partners will be presenting how KPFF and Floyd|Snider overcame multiple challenges to proactively design and install comprehensive stormwater treatment for a large container terminal prior to the start of its operations. The presentation will include discussion of how data and design insights from another similar project were leveraged to meet project goals with minimal disruption to future operations. The final phase of stormwater treatment installation will be completed in early 2023.