New container exam facility planned for Halifax

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The Halifax Port Authority plans to construct an 11-bay, 2,700-square-metre building to be used by Canada Border Services Agency for examining shipping containers at their Fairview Cove terminal. The new infrastructure will be constructed on land that has been created by infilling the Bedford Basin over the past several years. In total, nearly four hectares of the infilled land will be paved to accommodate the project. The project will include a large building as well as new roads, an asphalt compound and a truck gate. The latest stage of a project has been determined to have no significant adverse environmental impact.

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