The new Logistics Depot will be built on Jensen Cove Road in Port Hardy. (Google maps)

New Logistics Depot to be built in Port Hardy by Canadian Coast Guard

The Logistics Depot will be built on Jensen Cove Road and included a waterfront walkway.

The Canadian Coast Guard will be developing a new Logistics Depot on Jensen Cove Road in Port Hardy.

According to a Building Links news release, Port Hardy council has approved a Development Permit Variance for the development of the depot.

The release also states that the development will include a “10,800 square foot building with warehouse storage for environmental response, fleet maintenance equipment etc. The building will also include administrative workstations, meeting room, classroom/training space, Incident Command Post capable (with accommodations, kitchen, laundry), a mechanics workshop for small boat maintenance and an electronics workshop and rooftop armature for development and testing of electronic equipment.”

Port Hardy council has also approved a waterfront walkway for the depot.

“This development requires security and the development of a waterfront walkway will reduce the ability to provide adequate security to the facilities both on land and water,” states the release.


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