The Port of Beaumont Board of Commissioners today voted unanimously to renew the port’s property insurance coverage for a total premium of $394,813.
The premium reflects an approximately 4.5 percent decrease from 2016. The port insures its property for a value of approximately $68 million.
The board voted to order an election for May 6 to elect two members of the port commission. Commissioners with terms expiring in May are Ward 4 Commissioner Georgine Guillory and At-Large Commissioner Louis Broussard.
The board voted to approve certification by Port Director & CEO Chris Fisher of the availability of funds for the 2300 Manifold Transfer Pumps Project, the 2300 Manifold Civil Site Works Project, and a change order for the 2300 Manifold MCC-6 Electrical Building Project.
“These projects are all part of our Jefferson Energy projects, funded by our 2016 Port of Beaumont Revenue Bonds,” Fisher said. Listen (7:28)
The board voted to award a $208,230 contract to Saladin for the 2300 Manifold Transfer Pumps Project.
The board voted to award a $570,696 STI, Inc. for the Maifold Civil Site Works Project.
The board voted to award a $576,514 contract to Longhorn Commercial Roofing for the Sheds 5, 6 and 7 Roof Repair Project.
All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with all members present. Agenda