The report examined aspects and capacities of the Hampton Roads maritime industry and relationship to offshore wind development off the coast of Virginia Beach. Ports and terminals were gauged based on their storage availability and crane lifting capacity, as they would be utilized for import storage, assembly for installation and export of wind turbine components. Tug and barge companies were gauged based on their crane lifting capacity and fleet services, looking for those capable of transporting the heavy components between points of fabrication, storage, and implementation at sea. Shipyards were analyzed based on their capabilities both to perform necessary repairs which may arise during the construction process, as well as possibly retrofitting an existing ship for the specific function of installing wind turbines offshore. Waterfront development properties were profiled for the possibility of developing a facility in the Hampton Roads area for fabrication and processing of turbine components.