Port of Vancouver, Terminal 1 Redevelopment

  • Location: Vancouver, WA
  • Project Type: Port, retail, community
  • Value: $500 million

About this Project

Adjacent immediately to the West of the Interstate Bridge, the Terminal 1 site is where the Port of Vancouver originally began over 100 years ago. Now, the Port of Vancouver is working to redevelop this industrial site as a destination in the Pacific Northwest and a fitting gateway to the State of Washington. The Terminal 1 project is part of a larger effort to redevelop Vancouver’s waterfront.

JLD worked closely with the landscape architect and environmental design team to develop a comprehensive cost estimate for the extensive site improvements required for this former industrial site.

The new development will include spaces for retail, offices, restaurants, hotels, a public market, and more. A multi-modal Renaissance Trail provides recreation opportunities for walkers, joggers, and cyclists. Native plantings throughout the site bolster the project’s connection to the environment and commitment to local history. The site’s design was guided by LEED-ND requirements.

JLD’s cost estimate was crucial in the approval process for this project. The Port and City of Vancouver were initially concerned about the cost of this extensive redevelopment. Our cost estimate identified opportunities to lower project costs without cutting corners, giving project owners more confidence in their investment. This project has a scheduled completion date of 2024.


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