To transform this site from a small-scale ferry terminal to a containerized freight processing facility and enhance the facility's ability to handle heavy-lifting components for alternative renewable energies.
Provided civil & site engineering plans, stormwater management, regulatory permitting, cost estimating, construction services.
Originally developed in the 1920s as a deep water freight facility on the site of a former rail yard, this later became the home of a car ferry which travelled between Portland and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. The site was eventually improved for container freight operations and has served various special freight and transient berthing functions ever since. While the majority of freight activity involves water-borne trans port, the site is also used for truck to truck transfer of domestic freight.