2013 Annual Convention

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/02/2013 - 10/04/2013
All Day

Location
Hilton Portland & Executive Tower

Thank you 2013 Annual Convention Sponsors!

Westwood Shipping Lines, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt, ENVIRON, Oregon International Port of Coos Bay, BergerABAM, Moffatt & Nichol, Port of Seattle, Tidewater, Port of Portland, Columbia River Steamship Operators’ Association, Foss, Columbia River Pilots, Collins Engineers, Port of St. Helens, Shaver, NW Grain Growers, Lewis Clark Terminal Association, Port of Umatilla, Port of Lewiston, PNGC Power, Landau Associates.

PNWA 2013 Distinguished Service Awards
Honoree biographies
Press release: PNWA announces 2013 Disinguished Service Award Recipients

Click here to view a copy of the convention agenda.

Click here to view PNWA’s 2014 Policies and Projects, which were adopted at the annual Membership Meeting. Click here to view a press release regarding the election of PNWA’s new president, Kim B. Puzey.

Presentation Materials
Railroads: Investing in the Future (for more information on this presentation, please contact Natalie Whitlock)
New Supreme Court Decision: Mitigation of Development Impacts – Steve Morasch (Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt)
Port of Morrow Sage Center – Kalie Davis
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regional Updates from COL (P) Kem and COL Eisenhauer
Columbia River Treaty Update – Matt Rea (USACE, Portland District) and Greg Delwiche (Bonneville Power Administration)
PNWA Member Port Updates from the Port of Woodland and the Port of Tacoma
PNWA Consultant Member Highlights from Collins Engineers, Whole Brain Creative, ENVIRON International, and PBS Engineering & Environmental
Superfund Sites in the Northwest – presentations by Jessica Hamilton (Port of Portland) and Doug Hotchkiss (Port of Seattle)
U.S. Coast Guard Update
A More Competitive World: Pacific Northwest Freight Movement Opportunities and Risks – Tom McCollough (Moffatt & Nichol)
Overview of the Quagga Mussel Threat – Stephen Phillips (Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission)
An Economic Analysis of Snake River Barging – Dr. Eric Fruits (Nathan Associates)

 

 

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