SC Ports, the State of South Carolina, and other government agencies and partners are currently investing in nearly $3.0 billion in port-related infrastructure that will enhance operational performance and transportation infrastructure related to the movement of cargo at the Port and throughout the State. The below list includes recent investments along with planned investments through Fiscal Year 2022.
$3.0 Billion CAPEX Plan Supporting SC Ports Recent & Planned Investments Through FY2022 (Shown In Millions of Dollars)
South Carolina Ports Authority-Funded Investments
Hugh Leatherman Terminal Phase 1
HLT Port Access Road (SCPA Portion)
Wando Welch Terminal Improvements
Ridgeville Industrial Park
Inland Port Greer (Initial & Future)
Inland Port Dillon
All Other Terminal Investments (FY19 – FY22)
SC Ports Authority CAPEX Total:
Capital Investments Not Funded By SCPA
Harbor Deepening (State Contribution to Date) (1)
Harbor Deepening (Federal Contribution to Date)
HLT Port Access Road (State Contribution) (1)
Wando Wharf Strengthening (TIGER Grant)
Wando Wharf Toe Wall (Port Infrastructure Grant)
Inland Port Greer (Norfolk Southern)
Inland Port Greer Expansion (BUILD Grant) (SCPA Portion)
Inland Port Dillon (CSX)
Ridgeville Industrial Park (BUILD Grant)
Navy Base Intermodal Facility (NBIF)
Other CAPEX Total:
Grand Total SC Port-Related Investment
As of February 2021
Some amounts reflect estimates which can change over time.
Includes interest earned & excludes State of SC loan to SCPA of $50MM for Harbor Deepening.
*In order to provide a clearer scope of the scale of SC Ports’ CAPEX commitment, the expenses shown indicate initial and future expenses for these projects.
Highlights and focus areas of the plan include:
Harbor Deepening to 52
Fully permitted project under construction that will make Charleston the deepest port on the East Coast by 2021.