An excavator with Big D’s Construction lifts rubble from a pile of debris Thursday morning while demolishing the former Port of Kennewick's office building on Clover Island. The building is being removed so the Army Corps of Engineers can access the land to restore the shoreline and extend the public trail as well as allowing for future development. The work is part of the joint 1135 Clover Island project between the Corps and the Port of Kennewick to revitalize the waterfront.
An excavator with Big D’s Construction lifts rubble from a pile of debris Thursday morning while demolishing the former Port of Kennewick's office building on Clover Island. The building is being removed so the Army Corps of Engineers can access the land to restore the shoreline and extend the public trail as well as allowing for future development. The work is part of the joint 1135 Clover Island project between the Corps and the Port of Kennewick to revitalize the waterfront. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
An excavator with Big D’s Construction lifts rubble from a pile of debris Thursday morning while demolishing the former Port of Kennewick's office building on Clover Island. The building is being removed so the Army Corps of Engineers can access the land to restore the shoreline and extend the public trail as well as allowing for future development. The work is part of the joint 1135 Clover Island project between the Corps and the Port of Kennewick to revitalize the waterfront. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Clover Island says goodbye to old office building

January 28, 2017 03:51 PM

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