Port completes Phase One of Cross-SKIA Connector Road

The Port of Bremerton plans to finish the first phase of the Cross-SKIA Connector Road late this week.

So far, it leads to one business that’s open, and another that’s under construction.

Construction costs for this part of the project came to $2 million, and construction management and testing services with Parametrix cost another $388,499.

Federal stimulus funding paid for the construction of the first portion of the road.

Eventually, the road will connect other businesses on SKIA properties with State Route 3 near the Bremerton National Airport and Old Clifton Road in Port Orchard.

The Port of Bremerton plans to host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the first phase of the project at 2 p.m. on Oct. 26 at the Defiance Boats Showroom at the SKIA Road.

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