Occupy Movement Factions Reveal Port Shutdown Plan Details

Flyers and other forms of information being distributed by members of the Occupy movement have given insight into what the loosely-knit group’s plans are for staging demonstrations at ports along the West Coast on Dec. 12…..(Read Full Article)

Port of Stockton to Launch Barge Service

The Port of Stockton is starting a barge service to move containers along the Sacramento River that are too heavy for highway transit. The project is due to launch in in February 2012…..(Read Full Article)

Port of Oakland 2012 Strategic Initiatives

The Port announces nineteen strategic initiatives in 2012 to continue to sustain and grow port-related jobs across the region.  Check out the Port’s 2012 Strategic Initiatives.

Position of ILWU and Occupy Movement

Read the press release from International Longshore Warehouse Union on 12-6-11.

Port of Stockton Selects Savage to Operate M-580 Marine Highway Corridor

Project set to reduce I-580 traffic and improve safety and air quality Salt Lake City, Utah – December 5, 2011 – The Port of Stockton, California has selected Savage Companies (Savage) to manage the M-580 Marine Highway Corridor between the Port of Stockton and Port of Oakland.  The Port of Stockton and Savage have entered […]

Gary Oates Named Most Admired CEO

Congratulations to Gary Oates, ESA ‘s President and CEO, on being named one of the San Francisco Business Times Most Admired CEOs in the professional services category. During his 30 years at ESA, 17 as our President and CEO, his leadership, collaboration, and vision have enabled the Company to grow from a staff of 85 […]

Corps Safety Program Change

A major concern of the Dredging Industry was that it could not accurately bid/offer on dredging projects due to the uncertainty of a District’s interpretation of the Site Safety and Health Officers (SSHO) requirements.  As a result of the Corps evaluation, it was determined that new contract language was required to clearly articulate the SSHO […]

Port of Oakland Planning Trade & Logistics Center

Tuesday, November 22, 2011 The city and Port of Oakland have applied for a $40 million US Department of Transportation grant to help pay for the planned conversion of a former waterfront Army base into a trade and logistics center.  Read the full article here.

Plans for Reducing the Deficit

The New York Times (November 21, 2011) Leaders in Washington have proposed various plans to reduce the nation’s growing deficit. Below are details of the proposals leading up to an agreement at the end of July and the eventual failure of a bipartisan committee created to identify $1.2 trillion in deficit reductions…read the full article.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers DELTA NEWS November 2011

Access the Delta News November 2011