|The Prince Rupert Port Authority is taking steps towards the removal of|
the Northlands Seafood building on the waterfront
A short advisory from the Prince Rupert Port Authority from earlier this week appears to have sealed the fate of the old Northlands Seafood building on the Prince Rupert Waterfront, with the Port offering a notice for those in the area of the work ahead in that area.
The North Coast Review contacted the PRPA for a bit more background towards what's up on the waterfront and in an email correspondence from Katherine Voigt, Manager of Corporate Communications for the Port, the fate of the structure was outlined.
The Northland Seafoods building currently located on the site is in a state of disrepair and will be decommissioned and removed. It is anticipated that this will take 2-3 weeks, depending on weather conditions. Repair of the dock and substructure will commence upon decommissioning of the current building.