With 85 years of experience and over 150 member businesses, ports and other organizations from the Pacific Northwest, PNWA has a broad regional perspective on economic development.
PNWA is governed by a Board of Directors. Every board member has many years of experience in their industry and with PNWA.
PNWA members are listed below. Click on a member’s name and you will be directed to their website.
Our consulting members. If you are looking for an engineering, environmental, legal or other consultant for your project or issue, click here to learn about PNWA member organizations that support the Pacific Northwest water resources community.
Advanced American Construcion, Inc.
Alaska Association of Harbormasters & Port Administrators
American Queen Steamboat Company
American Waterways Operators (AWO)
ANAMAR Environmental Consulting, Inc.
Business Oregon – Infrastructure Finance Authority
Chelan Douglas Regional Port Authority
Columbia Basin Development League
Columbia River Crab Fisherman’s Association (CRCFA)
Columbia River Steamship Operators Association
Columbia River Towboat Association
David Miller & Associates, Inc.
Desimone Consulting LLC
East Columbia Basin Irrigation District
Ecological Land Services (ELS)
Farmland Reserve, Inc.
Far West Agribusiness Association
Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company
Idaho Grain Producers Association
International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Washington Area District Council
Kalama Export Company
Lewis-Clark Terminal, Inc.
Northwest Public Power Association (NWPPA)
Oregon International Port of Coos Bay
Pacific Northwest Farmers Cooperative
Pacific Northwest International Trade Association
PBS Engineering & Environmental
Port of Chinook
Tidewater Transportation & Terminals
United Power Trades Organization
U.S.A. Dry Pea and Lentil Council
Wapato Valley Mitigation and Conservation Bank
WA Association of Wheat Growers
WA Council on International Trade (WCIT)
WA Public Ports Association (WPPA)
WA State Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board
West Coast Seafood Processors Association
Willamette Falls Locks Working Group