Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) and Port Fuels have mutually agreed to allow the due diligence lease at the Pier 15 site to expire. HPA is dealing with an acute shortage of develop-able employment land and the Port Fuels effort is taking much longer than they expected. As a result, HPA will move forward and begin…Read More→
Walking / Bike Tours Would you be interested in joining a small-group walking or biking tour of Pier 15, one of the port’s busiest shipping piers? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org / 905.525.4336 for dates.
Visit us during Doors Open Hamilton, for an inside look at Port operations and a view of the working waterfront. Saturday May 6 and Sunday May 7 at 210 Hillyard St. See you there! More information about all Doors Open Hamilton locations: http://www.doorsopenontario.on.ca/Events/Hamilton.aspx DOORS OPEN 2017 FLYER
Randle Reef March 2017 Update Randle Reef is an area of highly contaminated sediment located on the south shore near Pier 15 of Hamilton Harbour on Lake Ontario. The Randle Reef Contaminated Sediment Remediation Project is underway to clean-up the area and once complete will significantly reduce harmful contaminant levels and improve water quality in…Read More→
December 8, 2016 HAMILTON, ON – Harbour West Marina (HWM), operated by Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) is celebrating the opening of a new boat storage facility on Pier 15. Marina customers and special guests gathered on December 8 for a first look inside the new 60,000 sq.ft / $10 million facility. As part of an…Read More→
This week, the last boat was launched from the Harbour West Marina dock yard, ending a 104-year history at the facility. “Frisky” was launched on Friday, September 9 and is the last boat to be launched from the Harbour West Guise Street location. Boats will soon be launched from our new boat storage, haul-out and…Read More→
Construction of the Randle Reef Engineered Containment facility continues, with major progress being made on the perimeter walls. Please see HPA’s Randle Reef project page for updates, including a new video explaining the construction and containment process. Photos: Bermingham Foundations
Work has started on the reconstruction of the dockwall at Pier 15. HPA is taking the lead on this job, which is necessary to support subsequent phases of the Randle Reef project. This work is part of HPA’s $14 million commitment to the Randle Reef initiative. Work on the main Randle Reef containment facility is…Read More→