Properties Available

Available for Lease in Port Fourchon:

  • Waterfront Property
    Waterfront Property Plat

    Request for Proposals
    Greater Lafourche Port Commission
    Port Fourchon Waterfront Property

    1. Statement of Purpose: The Board of Commissioners of the Greater Lafourche Port Commission (“Port Fourchon”) invites all interested parties to submit proposals to lease or acquire other rights in waterfront property located at Port Fourchon, Louisiana. The Board’s intent is to place the property in productive use in accordance with its Master Plan recommendations, in a manner which generates commensurate revenue for the Commission, provides optimum utilization, and generates substantial community benefits.

    2. Property offered: The areas shown in yellow on the plat found above represent the waterfront property for which the port is currently accepting proposals.

    It should be noted that some of the marked boundaries on the attached plat are not to scale.

    The proposer should state the size/quantity of land sought through their proposal and may include a dimensioned sketch of the requested property. Please indicate the overall acres or square feet desired. Proposals for waterfront property should be no less than 400 waterfront feet. Furthermore, it is the preference of the Commission to situate new leases on sections of property adjacent to and sharing a common border with the most recently issued leases.

    3. Location: Port Fourchon, Louisiana.

    4. Property Drawing: Please see plat above.

    5. Responsibilities of Lessees: Lessee will be responsible for maintenance of the leased property under its obligation to return the leased property to its original condition at the end of the lease term. Lessee shall be responsible for all other terms and conditions to be specified in the lease document (a rough draft of such terms and conditions is available upon request).

    Lessee shall be responsible for carrying adequate insurance as follows:

    -Commercial General Liability: $1,000,000 combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage
    -Automobile Liability: $1,000,000 combined single limit per accident, for bodily injury and property damage
    -Workers’ Compensation and Employer’s Liability: Workers’ Compensation limits as required by the Labor Code of the State of Louisiana and Employer’s Liability coverage, except that Employer’s liability limit is to be $1,000,000 including all maritime exposure
    -Watercraft and/or Aircraft Liability coverage (when applicable)
    -Property Damage Insurance for the value of any improvements constructed by LESSOR or with the proceeds of bonds issued by LESSOR. This insurance shall cover any damage to such improvements, whether or not the damage is caused by acts or omissions of LESSOR, LESSEE, or any third party.

    6. Rent: Proposals must include base rentals for square footage (per square foot or acre) and linear waterfront foot (per linear water front foot). Proposals should also include additional rent based on activity levels or other factors.

    Waterfront leases will also be subject to a monthly improvement rental based on the value of any improvements constructed on the premises to be leased and owned by the Greater Lafourche Port Commission.

    7. Use of the leased premises for activities not specified or contemplated in the final lease and proper compensation therefore, shall be subject to Board approval.

    8. Term: Proposer should submit the desired term of the lease (including desired lease extensions).

    9. Evaluation factors include, but are not limited to:

    -Base rent
    -Total anticipated rent
    -Experience and capability
    -Operating plan
    -Business strategy
    -Community benefits

    10. Sealed proposals must be received at the GLPC Administration Office at 16829 East Main Street, Cut Off, LA 70345, on or before the last day of the month by 4:30 p.m. CST for consideration at the following month’s regular board meeting.

    11. Final decision: The Commission reserves the right to select the proposal which, in its sole judgment, most closely complies with its objectives in leasing this facility. While amount of proposed rental will be considered, it will not be the sole determinant. The Commission also reserves the right to reject any or all proposals at its discretion.

  • Non-Waterfront Property
    Non-Waterfront Property Plat

    Request for Proposals
    Greater Lafourche Port Commission
    Port Fourchon Non-Waterfront Property

    1. Statement of Purpose: The Board of Commissioners of the Greater Lafourche Port Commission (“Port Fourchon”) invites all interested parties to submit proposals to lease or acquire other rights in non-waterfront property located at Port Fourchon, Louisiana. The Board’s intent is to place the property in productive use in accordance with its Master Plan recommendations, in a manner which generates commensurate revenue for the Commission, provides optimum utilization, and generates substantial community benefits.

    2. Property offered: The areas shown in yellow on the plat found above represent the waterfront property for which the port is currently accepting proposals.

    It should be noted that some of the marked boundaries on the attached plat are not to scale.

    The proposer should state the size/quantity of land sought through their proposal and may include a dimensioned sketch of the requested property. Please indicate the overall acres or square feet desired.

    3. Location: Port Fourchon, Louisiana.

    4. Property Drawing: Please see plat above.

    5. Responsibilities of Lessees: Lessee will be responsible for maintenance of the leased property under its obligation to return the leased property to its original condition at the end of the lease term. Lessee shall be responsible for all other terms and conditions to be specified in the lease document (a rough draft of such terms and conditions is available upon request).

    Lessee shall be responsible for carrying adequate insurance as follows:

    -Commercial General Liability: $1,000,000 combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage
    -Automobile Liability: $1,000,000 combined single limit per accident, for bodily injury and property damage
    -Workers’ Compensation and Employer’s Liability: Workers’ Compensation limits as required by the Labor Code of the State of Louisiana and Employer’s Liability coverage, except that Employer’s liability limit is to be $1,000,000 including all maritime exposure
    -Watercraft and/or Aircraft Liability coverage (when applicable)
    -Property Damage Insurance for the value of any improvements constructed by LESSOR or with the proceeds of bonds issued by LESSOR. This insurance shall cover any damage to such improvements, whether or not the damage is caused by acts or omissions of LESSOR, LESSEE, or any third party.

    6. Rent: Proposals must include base rentals for square footage (per square foot or acre) and linear waterfront foot (per linear water front foot). Proposals should also include additional rent based on activity levels or other factors.

    Non-waterfront leases will also be subject to a monthly improvement rental based on the value of any improvements constructed on the premises to be leased and owned by the Greater Lafourche Port Commission.

    7. Use of the leased premises for activities not specified or contemplated in the final lease and proper compensation therefore, shall be subject to Board approval.

    8. Term: Proposer should submit the desired term of the lease (including desired lease extensions).

    9. Evaluation factors include, but are not limited to:

    -Base rent
    -Total anticipated rent
    -Experience and capability
    -Operating plan
    -Business strategy
    -Community benefits

    10. Sealed proposals must be received at the GLPC Administration Office at 16829 East Main Street, Cut Off, LA 70345, on or before the last day of the month by 4:30 p.m. CST for consideration at the following month’s regular board meeting.

    11. Final decision: The Commission reserves the right to select the proposal which, in its sole judgment, most closely complies with its objectives in leasing this facility. While amount of proposed rental will be considered, it will not be the sole determinant. The Commission also reserves the right to reject any or all proposals at its discretion.

  • Mooring Dolphins
    Mooring Dolphins Plat

    Request for Proposals
    Greater Lafourche Port Commission
    Port Fourchon Mooring Dolphins

    1. Statement of Purpose: The Board of Commissioners of the Greater Lafourche Port Commission (“Port Fourchon”) invites all interested parties to submit proposals to lease or acquire other rights in mooring dolphins located at Port Fourchon, Louisiana. The Board’s intent is to place the dolphins in productive use in accordance with its Master Plan recommendations, in a manner which generates commensurate revenue for the Commission, provides optimum utilization, and generates substantial community benefits.

    2. Property offered: The areas shown on the plat found above represent the mooring dolphins located along Flotation Canal and Bayou Lafourche in Port Fourchon. Dolphins available for lease at this time are marked in red.

    It should be noted that some of the marked boundaries on the attached plat are not to scale.

    CLICK HERE for a photo of the mooring dolphins in Flotation Canal.

    The proposer should state the number of dolphins sought.

    3. Responsibilities of Lessees: Lessee will be responsible for maintenance of the leased property under its obligation to return the leased property to its original condition at the end of the lease term. Lessee shall be responsible for all other terms and conditions to be specified in the lease document (a rough draft of such terms and conditions is available upon request).

    Lessee shall be responsible for carrying adequate insurance as follows:

    -Commercial General Liability: $1,000,000 combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage
    -Automobile Liability: $1,000,000 combined single limit per accident, for bodily injury and property damage
    -Workers’ Compensation and Employer’s Liability: Workers’ Compensation limits as required by the Labor Code of the State of Louisiana and Employer’s Liability coverage, except that Employer’s liability limit is to be $1,000,000 including all maritime, Jones Act and or Longshoremen and Harbor Worker’s Compensation Act coverage
    -Property Damage Insurance for the value of any improvements constructed by LESSOR or with the proceeds of bonds issued by LESSOR. This insurance shall cover any damage to such improvements, whether or not the damage is caused by acts or omissions of LESSOR, LESSEE, or any third party.

    4. Rent: The current short-term dolphin rental is $75 per day per dolphin.

    5. Use of the leased premises for activities not specified or contemplated in the final lease and proper compensation therefore, shall be subject to Board approval.

    6. Term: Proposer should submit the desired term of the lease (including desired lease extensions).

    7. Evaluation factors include, but are not limited to:

    -Base rent
    -Experience and capability
    -Operating plan
    -Business strategy
    -Community benefits

    8. Sealed proposals must be received at the GLPC Administration Office at 16829 East Main Street, Cut Off, LA 70345, on or before the last day of the month by 4:30 p.m. CST for consideration at the following month’s regular board meeting.

    9. Final decision: The Commission reserves the right to select the proposal which, in its sole judgment, most closely complies with its objectives in leasing this facility. While amount of proposed rental will be considered, it will not be the sole determinant. The Commission also reserves the right to reject any or all proposals at its discretion. Should the Commission elect to select a proposal and offer a lease or other right, said offer will be subject to a term of 60 days following the date of the board’s offer.

  • 400' Self-Support Tower Space
    400′ Self-Support Tower Plat Tower Application Packet

    Request for Proposals
    Greater Lafourche Port Commission
    Port Fourchon 400′ Self-Support Tower

    1. Statement of Purpose: The Board of Commissioners of the Greater Lafourche Port Commission (“Port Fourchon”) invites all interested parties to submit proposals to lease space on our 400′ Self-Support Tower located at Port Fourchon, Louisiana. The site was completed in late 2011 and includes a new equipment building featuring backup power included as part of the standard site package.

    2. Tower Space offered on 400ft. Self-Support Tower: The proposer should request a Tower Site Application Packet from April Danos, Director of Information Technology at aprild@portfourchon.com, call 985-632-1114, or visit the Tower Application Packet link above. This application needs to be completed in its entirety so the application can be processed. GLPC has retained MS Benbow and Associates (MSB&A) to assist with evaluating and processing the technical aspects of the application. You may receive calls or correspondence from MSB&A regarding the application. Please provide all requested information to them as if you were dealing with GLPC directly. A structural and intermod analysis will be performed by GLPC to insure the integrity of the tower is maintained. Once the application is processed, GLPC will advise in writing if your proposed components for the Tower and Communications Shelter are approved.

    The application must include a non-refundable check made payable to the “Greater Lafourche Port Commission” in the amount of $500.00 to cover the costs of the preliminary application review. Applications that do not include the payment will not be processed. Once the preliminary application review is complete and the parties agree to the terms of the Site Lease, a second fee to cover the structural, intermod analysis and site documentation will be assessed.

    3. Location: Port Fourchon, Louisiana.

    4. Property Drawing: Please see link above for tower property description and plat.

    5. Responsibilities of Lessees: Lessee will be responsible for all terms and conditions to be specified in the lease document (a rough draft of such terms and conditions is available upon request).

    Lessee shall be responsible for carrying adequate insurance as follows:

    -Commercial General Liability: $2,000,000 combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage; with a $5,000,000 aggregate limit. This coverage shall apply exclusively to the Lease Premises and the obligations assumed by LESSEE under this Lease
    -Commercial Automobile Liability: $1,000,000 combined single limit per accident, for bodily injury and property damage, said coverage including but not only automobiles owned by LESSEE but also hired, non-owned automobiles
    -Workers’ Compensation and Employer’s Liability: Workers’ Compensation limits as required by the Labor Code of the State of Louisiana and Employer’s Liability coverage, except that Employer’s liability limit is to be $1,000,000 including all maritime exposure.

    The policies shall name the Greater Lafourche Port Commission as an additional insured and waive subrogation in favor of the Greater Lafourche Port Commission.

    6. Rent: Will be determined once the application has been processed. This will be based on the current market.

    7. Final Decision: The Commission reserves the right to select the proposal which, in its sole judgment, most closely complies with its objectives in leasing space on this tower. While amount of proposed rental will be considered, it will not be the sole determinant. The Commission also reserves the right to reject any or all proposals at its discretion.

 

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Available for Lease at the South Lafourche Airport:

  • Airport Property
    Airport Property Plat

    Request for Proposals
    Greater Lafourche Port Commission
    South Lafourche Leonard Miller, Jr. Airport
    South Lafourche Industrial Park

    1. Statement of Purpose: The Board of Commissioners of the Greater Lafourche Port Commission (“Port Fourchon”) invites all interested parties to submit proposals to lease or acquire other rights in property located at the South Lafourche Airport and/or the adjacent South Lafourche Industrial Park in Galliano, Louisiana. The Board’s intent is to place the property in productive use in accordance with its Master Plan recommendations, in a manner which generates commensurate revenue for the Commission, provides optimum utilization, and generates substantial community benefits.

    2. Property offered: Proposals will be accepted for sections of the available property on the current airport plat. The areas outlined in red are currently either under lease, option to lease, or pending lease and are thus unavailable.

    Airport: The areas outlined in orange are available for lease at the South Lafourche Airport. Use of these properties is intended to be primarily aviation use.

    Industrial Park: The areas outlined in blue and green are available for lease on the South Lafourche Industrial Park.

    -The areas in green are slated for general development. These properties are open to both aviation and non-aviation use.

    -The areas in blue are slated for industrial housing development. GLPC is currently accepting proposals from parties interested in developing industrial housing units.

    It should be noted that some of the marked boundaries on the attached plat are not to scale.

    The proposer should state the size/quantity of land sought through their proposal and may include a dimensioned sketch of the requested property. Please indicate the overall acres or square feet desired.

    3. Location: South Lafourche Leonard Miller, Jr. Airport and South Lafourche Industrial Park in Galliano, Louisiana.

    4. Property Drawing: Please see plat above.

    5. Responsibilities of Lessees: Lessee will be responsible for maintenance of the leased property under its obligation to return the leased property to its original condition at the end of the lease term. Lessee shall be responsible for all other terms and conditions to be specified in the lease document (a rough draft of such terms and conditions is available upon request).

    Lessees located on FAA-funded property (South Lafourche Leonard Miller, Jr. Airport property – outlined in orange) may be subject to federal Air Transportation Taxes. For more information regarding the federal Air Transportation Taxes and whether they apply to your prospective operation at the airport, please feel free to contact the Commission’s Chief Financial Officer, Miranda Parker, at mirandap@portfourchon.com.

    Lessee shall be responsible for carrying adequate insurance as follows:

    -Commercial General Liability: $1,000,000 combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage
    -Automobile Liability: $1,000,000 combined single limit per accident, for bodily injury and property damage
    -Workers’ Compensation and Employer’s Liability: Workers’ Compensation limits as required by the Labor Code of the State of Louisiana and Employer’s Liability coverage, except that Employer’s liability limit is to be $1,000,000 including all maritime exposure
    -Aircraft Liability coverage (when applicable)
    -Property Damage Insurance for the value of any improvements constructed by LESSOR or with the proceeds of bonds issued by LESSOR. This insurance shall cover any damage to such improvements, whether or not the damage is caused by acts or omissions of LESSOR, LESSEE, or any third party.

    6. Rent: Proposals must include a base (per square foot or acre) rent and/or additional rent based on activity levels or other factors.

    Leases on Commission property will also be subject to a uniform five cents ($0.05) per gallon user and privilege charge which will apply to any and all delivered aviation fuel, regardless of source.

    7. Use of the leased premises for activities not specified or contemplated in the final lease and proper compensation therefore, shall be subject to Board approval.

    8. Term: Proposer should submit the desired term of the lease (including desired lease extensions).

    9. Evaluation factors include, but are not limited to:

    -Base rent
    -Total anticipated rent
    -Experience and capability
    -Operating plan
    -Business strategy
    -Community benefits

    10. Sealed proposals must be received at the GLPC Administration Office at 16829 East Main Street, Cut Off, LA 70345, on or before the last day of the month by 4:30 p.m. CST for consideration at the following month’s regular board meeting.

    11. Final Decision: The Commission reserves the right to select the proposal which, in its sole judgment, most closely complies with its objectives in leasing this facility. While amount of proposed rental will be considered, it will not be the sole determinant. The Commission also reserves the right to reject any or all proposals at its discretion.


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