The Mississippi State Port Authority at Gulfport (MSPA) is undertaking a process to rebuild and restore the damage to its facilities wrought in 2005 by Hurricane Katrina. This website is a repository for information pertaining to the restoration project and is designed to inform and educate Gulf Coast and Mississippi residents and others about the project’s progress.
The MSPA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and gives preference to Section 3 eligible residents and business concerns when new hiring and contracting opportunities arise. More information on Section 3 can be found at hud.gov.
On October 30, 2012, the MSPA Board of Commissioners voted that the Port of Gulfport would not pursue elevating its West Pier to 25 feet above sea level. As this restoration design change is being implemented, please be aware that information contained within this website may be in the process of being updated. Should you have questions about the information contained on this website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Port of Gulfport Restoration Program currently has a procurement opportunity for its West Pier Facilities, Project No. 305. Visit the Procurement page of this website for more information.
In May 2013, the MSPA Board of Commissioners approved a revised restoration design. To view this revised conceptual layout/design, click here. A computer simulated image of the Port of Gulfport upon completion of the restoration may be viewed here. The projected schedule of contracting opportunities for the Port of Gulfport Restoration Program (PGRP) may be viewed here.
In the spring of 2013, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Mobile District, announced a modification to an MSPA project for which an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is being prepared. More information about this modification of permit application and EIS can be found on the Environmental page of this website and on the USACE website, portofgulfportEIS.com.