West Coast Ports Sustainable Design and Construction Guidelines
The West Coast Ports Technical Committee's Sustainable Design and Construction Guidelines are a useful way for Project Managers to track sustainability strategies proposed and implemented across all types of projects at their port. The tool is set up to work for any port, but can be made more specific by addition of port-specific strategies. The tool is useful for Project Managers in decision-making, reporting, and recordkeeping.
The West Coast Ports Technical Committee is a collaborative of seven west coast ports (Ports of San Diego, Long Beach Los Angeles, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and Vancouver US) and the International Institute for Sustainable Seaports (I2S2), who worked together to develop these Sustainable Design and Construction Guidelines.
I2S2 is a partnership between the Global Environment & Technology Foundation, a 501 c (3) not-for profit, and the American Association of Port Authorities. I2S2 is dedicated solely to providing sustainable practices information, field test-tools and materials to support implementation by all ports and members of the maritime community. For more information on I2S2 or the Sustainable Design and Construction Guidelines please contact Noeleen Tillman email@example.com or Meredith Martino firstname.lastname@example.org.