seCTer has compiled the region’s premier portfolio of Connecticut sites best suited for immediate development to support the offshore wind industry. This work supported seCTer’s work related to EDA’s Build Back Better Regional Challege, Phase I, but also Connecticut’s Offshore Wind Strategy Roadmap. If you would like more information or would like to learn more about seCTer partners and each of the sites, please contact R.T. Brown,


The State Pier Terminal is the Premier East Coast offshore wind marshaling terminal with unobstructed access to the ocean. Upgrades include two heavy-lift platforms, each capable of handling loads of 5,000 pounds per square foot (psf).


The deepwater Port of Bridgeport, Connecticut, is poised to serve as a key facility to support the rapid growth in the U.S. East Coast offshore wind industry. Located in a HUBZone in New England’s 5th largest city, the site has already undergone significant private sector development to support maritime operations.


Barnum Landing is located in the east end of Bridgeport with close proximity to I-95, allowing for easy access to and from the site. It is an 18.5-acre, mostly level waterfront facility located at 567 Seaview Avenue, in the deepwater port of Bridgeport Harbor.


The Gateway Montville intermodal terminal is located in Uncasville, CT and is strategically positioned along the Thames River, 5 miles from the New London State Pier and 8 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. The site is operated by Gateway Terminal (founded in 1985), an independent terminal operator headquartered in CT.


Mohawk NE focuses on technically challenging work, and provides construction services to a wide variety of industries throughout the Northeast and North Atlantic US. Mohawk can perform all phases of construction and a wide range of marine services.


The Occum Industrial Center is a green field development site being developed by Norwich Community Development Corporation (NCDC). This 384 acre site is less then 20 miles north of New London via I-395.


The Gales Ferry Intermodal is strategically situated between MA and NY ports, and proximate to the New London state pier- making the site an attractive location for offshore wind activity. This location will be able to service the needs of many marine operations in Connecticut on or near the Thames River.