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  • Waterfront cleanup project continues with demolition of 10,000-square-foot building

    IMCO General Construction demolishes the Carpenter Building at Fairhaven Shipyard on Tuesday, July 18, in Bellingham. The demolition is part of a $12.5 million Port of Bellingham waterfront cleanup project at the site of Fairhaven Shipyard. The 10,000-square-foot building was built in the early 1900s when a fish cannery occupied the area.

Waterfront cleanup project continues with demolition of 10,000-square-foot building

IMCO General Construction demolishes the Carpenter Building at Fairhaven Shipyard on Tuesday, July 18, in Bellingham. The demolition is part of a $12.5 million Port of Bellingham waterfront cleanup project at the site of Fairhaven Shipyard. The 10,000-square-foot building was built in the early 1900s when a fish cannery occupied the area.
Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald