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Harbor Industrial District

Located inside the Pine Bluff city limits, the 372-acre park is hydraulically filled to elevation 214.5 MSL. Allowable soil pressures are generally in the range of 2,000 - 2,500 psf.

Harbor Industrial District: Transportation
Highway I-530 (US 65 between Pine Bluff and Little Rock, connecting with I-30 & I-40); US 63, 65, 79, 270, 425; State 54, 88, 104, 190, 365
Rail Union Pacific
BNSF (through reciprocal switching)
Air Pine Bluff Regional Airport (Grider Field), 7 miles (6,000' asphalt runway with ILS);
Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, 47 miles (Allegiant, American Airlines, Delta, Frontier Airlines, Southwest, United, VIA Airlines)
River McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System
9-foot, year-round channel

 

Harbor Industrial District: Utilities
Electric Entergy Arkansas, Inc.
Primary voltage-13.8 KV; Entergy substation in district
Natural CenterPoint Energy(Gas): 4" main on property; 100 - 125 psi operating pressure
Maximum 150 psi
Sewer Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility
Sanitary - 18" and 15" collection lines
Storm - varies by site
Water Liberty Utilities
12" mains; 62 psi; 500,000 gallon elevated storage

 

Harbor Industrial District: Zoning
Special zoning district of the City of Pine Bluff, governed by protective covenants in deeds.

PUBLIC TERMINAL & SPECIAL FACILITIES A 20-acre public terminal offers barge loading and unloading; 98,000 square foot in-transit warehouse; 44,000 square foot dry bulk storage; outside storage; 50- and 70-ton crawler cranes and a 20-ton covered overhead gantry crane; forklifts with 5,000- to 50,000-lb. lift capacity. Numerous common and contract carrier barge lines are certified to serve Pine Bluff. The terminal is owned by the Pine Bluff-Jefferson County Port Authority and operated by Watco Terminal & Port Services.

Privately owned port fleeting services are available at Pine Bluff. hey are located outside the harbor district on the Arkansas River itself and include barge fleeting, cleaning and emergency topside repairs; pumps; towboat servicing and repairs; and crane service.
 

Harbor Industrial District: River Data
Flood frequency elevations at Harbor Industrial District
Pool elevation 196.0 MSL
2% flow line 199.3 MSL
(elevation floods exceeded less than 2% of time)
10 year flood 205.5 MSL
50 year flood 208.7 MSL
100 year flood 209.8 MSL
500 year flood 213.6 MSL

 

Harbor Industrial District: Current Phase | Owners
CENTER POINT TERMINAL Pipeline terminal
THE STRONG COMPANY Cementious products
SUN GRO HORTICULTURE, INC. Horticultural products
TYSON FOODS, INC. Poultry feed mill
TYSON FOODS, INC. Protein blend plant
U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS Marine terminal
U.S. COAST GUARD Coast Guard Cutter "Kanawha" moorings
WAGNER INDUSTRIES Warehousing facilities
WATCO TERMINAL & PORT Public terminal