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Project Portfolios

Baltimore Port Alliance Environmental Committee
The Port of Baltimore is known for the highly effective collaboration among port stakeholders, especially the federal agencies, State agencies, and private sector entities who comprise the port community.
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Harbor Options Team
Established in 2003 as an advisory group to Maryland's Dredged Material Management Program, the Team consists of neighborhood representatives, local and regional environmental organizations, port business representatives, and local government officials.
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Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) Sustainability Assessment
 The purpose of this assessment was to determine the potential for the development and successful implementation of an organizational culture change to produce a sustainable highway network in Maryland.
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National Arboretum
EcoLogix provided full project support ranging from project engineering and design to comprehensive stakeholder relations management.
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Proposed Liquefied Natural Gas Import Terminal at Sparrows Point, Maryland
In 2005, AES Corporation, an international energy company headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, proposed the construction of a liquefied natural gas import terminal that would have the potential to transmit 1.4 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas through an 86 mile pipeline to a connection point in Eagle, Pennsylvania.
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Southern Maryland Reliability Project - an Electric Transmission System Upgrade by the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative 
In 2007, SMECO prepared for the public introduction of a project intended to meet system demand and improve system reliability throughout its service territory.
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Coke Point Dredged Material Containment Facility
EcoLogix Group works to ensure that all appropriate stakeholders (including community, environmental, NGO and local government representatives) are identified and included in the outreach effort.
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Innovative Reuse of Dredged Material 
As an urban deep water seaport, the Port of Baltimore is continually challenged to identify new placement options for the sediments dredged from navigation channels and berths.
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Masonville Dredged Material Containment Facility
The Masonville Dredged Material Containment Facility project established a model of how to effectively pair community and port goals.
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Pearce Creek and Courthouse Point
As the need to reactivate U.S. Army Corps of Engineers placement sites known as Pearce Creek and Courthouse Point developed, EcoLogix Group was engaged to assist the Port in developing a strategy for working with community stakeholders as well as assisting in the process by which technical challenges would be addressed.
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Quality Partnership Initiative (QPI)
The QPI has reset the relationship between ports and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) at the highest levels.  Both AAPA member ports and the Corps are moving forward collaboratively to identify challenges and find workable solutions. 
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