ECO – Gulfport TopShip Shipbuilding Facility – Mississippi - Project Profile
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Edison Chouest Offshore LLC (ECO) is planning to build a shipbuilding facility in Gulfport, Mississippi, the US.
The project involves the construction of a shipbuilding facility. It includes the construction of warehouses, storage facilities, berths, loading and unloading facilities, an administrative facility and related infrastructure, and the installation of machinery and equipment.
On February 5, 2016, the Mississippi Legislature voted on an incentive package in support of the project and approved US$11 million through the Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority, US$10 million in discretionary grants and US$1 million for workforce training and the port of gulfport is also providing $25 million in Katrina-CDBG funds for infrastructure improvements.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a shipbuilding facility in Gulfport, Mississippi, the US.
The US$68 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of berths
2. Construction of warehouses
3. Construction of administrative space
4. Construction of related infrastructure
5. Installation of equipment
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