The Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority today announced that it had approved about $10 million in environmental improvements for the Bayport Container Terminal at its regular July 22 meeting.
The improvements include a future Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-rated structure.
The commissioners said they received competitive sealed proposals for an $8-10.5 million Bayport Container Terminal Administration Building. The project includes a two-story, 30,000 square-feet building for operations, customs and future tenants.
The commission approved advertising and receipt of competitive sealed proposals for the first phase of the Bayport Terminal Maintenance and Repair and Building, which will cost $16-18.5 million.