The project consists of demolishing a 135,000 sq. ft. cargo transit shed. The transit shed is part of a 40-acre cargo terminal operated by Pasha Stevedoring and Terminals , which had used the shed to store steel sheets and other cargo as part of their terminal operations since 1986. The transit shed sustained significant damage from a fire that occurred in September 2014, and has since remained vacant and been deemed unusable. The structure will be demolished to the top of the pavement with the foundations left in place, and no new structures will be built. Upon project completion the site will be returned Pasha who will continue to use the open property to handle and store cargo in a manner consistent with the previously existing use.
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