Redevelopment of Bickerdike terminal


The design phase of the project take place in the fall of 2018 and the winter of 2019.

Work is scheduled to begin in May 2019.

May 2017

$8.3 million in financial support granted by the Government of Quebec under its Maritime Strategy.

Project overview

  • The total cost of the project is estimated at $25 million.
  • The terminal handles close to 600,000 tonnes o diversified goods annually (containers, cars, semi-trailer trucks) in addition to serving cruise ships.
  • Main home port for provisioning Newfoundland and the Magdalen Islands, supplied exclusively by local businesses.
  • Optimization of the terminal’s facilities, which was built in 1896.

Project description

  • Redevelop truck access (fluidity and security)
  • Increase and upgrade electrical capacity
  • Replace buildings
  • Redevelop container and cargo storage areas
  • Redevelop handling areas for cruise ships