The Connecticut Port Authority is a quasi-public agency created through legislation Governor Dannel P. Malloy signed in 2014 that is responsible for marketing and coordinating the development of the state’s ports and maritime economy. The creation of the Connecticut Port Authority represents a major commitment by the Governor and the Assembly to invest in the state’s port infrastructure to create jobs and attract private investment to the state.
The Connecticut Port Authority is currently soliciting proposals for:
RFP: Consulting engineering services at the State Pier in New London
RFQ: Maritime strategy, analysis, and planning
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The Small Harbor Improvement Projects Program (SHIPP) will provide grants for the preparation of plans and studies, as well as construction projects that improve state, municipal, or other properties in or next to Connecticut waters.