Duane Kenagy, PE

  • Capital Programs Executive
  • Port of Long Beach

Duane L. Kenagy, P.E., is the Capital Programs Executive for the Port of Long Beach, California, returning to that position after serving as Interim Chief Executive and Deputy Executive Director during recruitments for those positions.  He came to the Port in November 2014 in the newly-created position of Capital Programs Executive to oversee all elements of the Port’s decade-long, $4 billion capital improvement program.  Major projects include the $1.5 billion Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement Project, the first vehicular cable-stayed bridge in California, and the $1.5 billion Middle Harbor Container Terminal, the most automated and greenest marine terminal in North America.

Mr. Kenagy has over 40 years of engineering and design project management experience in the U.S. and overseas, including more than 20 years with Moffatt & Nichol.

As an engineering consultant, Mr. Kenagy has worked with the Port on a number of projects since 1990, including the $2.5 billion Alameda Corridor project, serving as Director of Engineering and Program Manager and earning numerous project awards.

He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering with High Honors from Oregon State University and was appointed to the University’s Academy of Distinguished Engineers in 2011.

Session

  • Infrastructure Planning and Execution: The Long Beach International Gateway Bridge

    Capital Programs Executive Duane Kenagy presents an overview of the Port of Long Beach’s capital improvement program, which is among the most robust in the United States. Mr. Kenagy will outline the Port’s remarkable progress in meeting the challenges of modernization and sustainability during a dynamic era of growth in the shipping industry