Port of Anchorage Facilities

Wharves.–Anchorage has one deep-draft wharf facility with berthage for three vessels, two petroleum terminal docks, many commercial barge wharves, and a small-boat launching ramp. For a complete description of the port facilities refer to Port Series No. 39, published and sold by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. All depths alongside are reported. Vessels normally moor starboardside-to in the winter ice.

CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENT
Cargo Handling Equipment:

(2) Paceco Container Cranes, rail mounted electric @ 30T
(1) Mitibishi Container Crane, rail mounted electric @ 40T
Protable Cranes available up to 150 tons
(10) 8" Petroleum Product lines
(8) tide compensating
(2) 8" bulk cement lines (privately owned)
Forklifts available upto 30 tons
Cargo Staging Areas

38 acres, wharf adjacent, public cargo transit area located within 110 acre Port Industrial Park
Pier Cargo Deck and Transit Yard Load Capacities

Pier decks - 600 lbs/sq.ft.
Transit shed - 600 lbs/sq.ft.
Transit yards - Average 300 lbs/sq.ft.

ANDERSON TERMINAL DOCK

Anderson Terminal - 0.45 mile S of the Port Anchorage facilities; 375-foot outer face; bares on an 11-foot tide; cranes to 230 tons are available; 10,000 square feet of covered storage, and 15 acres of open storage; water, electricity; highway and rail connections;receipt and shipment of general cargo and heavy lift equipment by barge; moorage of tugs; owned and operated by North Star Terminal and Stevedore Co. (CP9)

Location: Easterly shore, Knik Arm, approximately 800 feet north of Ship Creek, Anchorage.
Purpose: Receipt and shipment of conventional general cargo and heavy-lift equipment by barge; mooring tugs.
Owner: North Star Terminal & Stevedore Co.
Operator: North Star Terminal & Stevedore Co. and Cook Inlet Tug & Barge Co., Inc.
Waterway: Knik Arm
State: AK
Latitude: 61 13.73 N Longitude:149 53.784 W
Railway Connection: One 7-car-capacity, surface track in rear connects with Alaska Railroad Corp.
Phone: 907-272-7537
14 Depth Alongside (feet): 7 14
Total Berthing Space (feet): 150 376 320
Datum: MLLW
PWD: 84
Remarks: Barges utilizing facility are 400 by 100 foot. Roll-on, roll-off ramp is located at north side. One 10,000-
square-foot, steel frame, metal-covered building at rear is used for warehouse and offices. Approximat
acres of partially paved, open storage area are located at rear.
Corps of Engnrs Waterway Code: 95290 1994 Dock Code: 380 Year of Last Survey: Alaska District

ANCHORAGE TERMINAL DOCK

Location: Easterly shore, Knik Arm, approximately 0.5 mile north of Ship Creek, Anchorage.
1300 Ocean Dock Road.
Purpose: Receipt of bulk cement by barge.
Owner: Alaska Railroad Corp. and Alaska Basic Industries, a division of KRC Aggregates, Inc.
Operator: Alaska Basic industries, a division of KRC Aggregates, Inc.
Waterway: Knik Arm
Latitude (decimal): 61.232778 N Longitude (decimal): 149.8931 W
Railway Connection: One surface track serves terminal; connects with Alaska Railroad Corp.
Phone: 907-349-3333
Depth Alongside (feet): 11
Total Berthing Space (feet): 250
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: One 8-inch, pneumatic pipeline extends from wharf to 10 steel storage silos in rear, total capacity
19,800 tons. Corps of Engnrs Waterway Code: 95290 1994 Dock Code: 360 Year of Last Survey: Alaska District

PETROLEUM TERMINAL (POL) NO. 1

612'X47', including 197.6'Dolphin: (10) 8" Risers:(4) Tide compensating @ 2,000 bbl/hr/pipe
Location: Easterly shore, Knik Arm, approximately 0.8 mile north of Ship Creek, Anchorage
2000 Anchorage Port Road.
Purpose: Receipt of petroleum products; bunkering vessels.
Owner: Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska.
Operator: Port of Anchorage and others. (See Remarks.)
Latitude: 61 14.35 N Longitude: 149 53.36 W
Railway Connection: Trackage serving petroleum terminals in rear connects with Alaska Railroad Corp
Phone: 907-272-1531
Depth Alongside (feet) 35
Total Berthing Space (feet): 612
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: *Face of wharf is in line and contiguous with Ref. Nos. 89 and 90, providing a total of approximately 2,800 feet of continuous berthing space. Port of Anchorage: Eight 12-inch pipelines extend to a common manifo separate oil terminals served from manifold are described underRef. No. 87.
Corps of Engnrs Waterway Code: 95290 1994 Dock Code: 350 Year of Last Survey: Alaska District

PETROLEUM TERMINAL (POL) NO. 2

Location: Easterly shore, Knik Arm, approximately 0.7 mile north of Ship Creek, Anchorage.
2000 Anchorage Port Road.
Purpose: Receipt of petroleum products; bunkering vessels.
Owner: Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska.
Operator: Port of Anchorage and others.
Latitude: 61 14.3N Longitude: -149 53.4W
Railway Connection: Trackage serving petroleum terminals in rear connects with Alaska Railroad Corp.
Phone: 907-272-1531
Depth Alongside (feet):35
Total Berthing Space (feet): 600
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Port of Anchorage: Four 12-inch pipelines extend to a common manifold. The following oil terminals are served from manifold.

Terminal Pipeline Storage tanks Connections No. 6' 8'10' 12' Capacity
Signature Flight Support (jet fuel) 1 1 9 547,000
Chevron U.S.A. Products Co. 3 1 24 849,500
Tesoro Alaska Petroleum Co. 2 8 220,000
Texaco Refining & Marketing, Inc. 4 19 650,000
Mapco Alaska Petroleum, Inc. 1
U.S. Govt. Defense Fuel Supply Center 2 1 8 252,000

Corps of Engnrs Waterway Code: 95290 1994 Dock Code: 350 Year of Last Survey: Alaska District

TERMINALS NO. 1 AND 2 WHARF

Location: Easterly shore, Knik Arm, approximately 0.9 mile north of Ship Creek, Anchorage.
2000 Anchorage Port Road.
Purpose: Receipt and shipment of conventional and containerized general cargo; receipt and occasional shipment of bulk cement.
Owner: Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska.
Operator: Port of Anchorage
Latitude: 61 14.5 N Longitude: 149 53.3 W
Railway Connection: Two connecting surface tracks on apron and 2 carfloor-level tracks at rear of transit shed join via curved rail trestles with additional trackage in rear, connect with Alaska Railroad Corp.
Phone: 907-272-1531
Depth Alongside (feet): 35
Total Berthing Space (feet): 1210
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: *Face of wharf is in line and contiguous with Ref Nos. 88 and 90, providing a total of approximately 2,800 feet of continuous berthing space. Alaska Basic Industrries, a division of KRC Aggregates, Inc.: One 10 8-inch, pneumatic pipelines extend from wharf to 4 concrete storage silos at terminal approximately 1,000 feet in rear, total capacity 10,000 tons. Pipelines also extend to silos described under Ref. No. 86. See Rem Ref. No. 90.
Corps of Engnrs Waterway Code: 95290 1994 Dock Code: 300 Year of Last Survey: Alaska District

TERMINAL NO. 3 WHARF

Location: Easterly shore, Knik Arm, approximately 1 mile north of Ship Creek, Anchorage.
2000 Anchorage Port Road.
Anchorage County: Anchorage
Purpose: Receipt and shipment of containerized and roll-on/roll-off general cargo.
Owner: Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska.
Operator: Port of Anchorage; Horizon Lines, Inc.; and Totem Ocean Trailer Express, Inc.
Latitude:
61 14.58 N Longitude: 149 53.2 W
Railway Connection: One surface track at rear of face connects with apron trackage described under Ref. No. 2.
Phone: 907-272-1531
Depth Alongside (feet): 35
Total Berthing Space (feet): 995
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Face of wharf is in line and contiguous with Ref. Nos. 88 and 89 providing a total of approximately 2,800 feet of continuous berthing space. Totem Ocean Trailer Express, Inc.: Two 210-foot-long, 27-foot-wide, po roll-on/roll-off ramps are permanently in place over two wharf approaches. Ramp sections mounted on rubber tires are moved over apron as required to form a direct access between vessel's deck and storage marshalling. Totem operates 26 yard hustlers. Approximately 17 acres of paved, open storage area are located at rear. Horizon Lines, Inc.: Approximately 37 acres of paved, open storage area are located at rear.
Corps of Engineers Waterway Code: 95290 1994 Dock Code: 200 Year of Last Survey: Alaska District