Ground Breaking
Ground was broken in January 2013 for the new Intermodal Container Transfer Facility, a public/private venture between Port Everglades, Florida East Coast Railway and the State of Florida.
Turning Notch
One of Port Everglades’ priority projects is the extension of the Southport Turning Notch, which will provide additional berthing space for cargo ships.
Channel Dredging
The widening and deepening of Port Everglades’ channels and turning basin will allow fully laden Post-Panamax cargo vessels and larger petroleum tankers to call at the Port.
Renovation
Port Everglades will begin renovations to Cruise Terminal 4 in Spring 2014. Renovations include adding 50,000 feet of baggage area, additional parking spaces and extending the slip by 250 feet to accommodate larger cruise ships.
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Expansion

Guided by a comprehensive 20-Year Master/Vision Plan, Port Everglades is committed to on-going capital improvements that benefit our customers in the cruise, cargo and petroleum industries.

Please check this site often as information is continuously updated. Check the status of current construction.

Port Everglades is embarking on three critical expansion projects that are projected to create 7,000 new jobs regionally and support 135,000 jobs statewide over the next 15 years for a total 143,000 jobs. Currently, Port Everglades supports 11,700 direct jobs locally for a total of 201,000 jobs statewide. These key expansion projects are expected to be completed over the next six years and will add up to five berths, widen and deepen the channel to 50 feet and bring freight rail into the Port.

Intermodal Container Transfer Facilty: Near-dock rail facilty by Florida East Coast Railway

Southport Turning Notch Extension: Adding five new cargo berths

Harbor Improvements: Deepening and Widening the Port's navigation channels