Prince George, BC – Construction of the Prince George Airport Authority’s (PGAA) 25,000 square foot cargo facility is now complete. Shovels for the $5.5 million dollar warehouse went into the ground early spring and the PGAA is happy to report this project was completed on time and on budget.
PGAA President and CEO, John Gibson says “Rosenau Transport moved into the facility earlier this week. We’ve handed over the keys to their portion of the building and they are now outfitting the space to their specific needs.”
Rosenau Transport is leasing 60% or 15,000 square feet of the building. The remaining 10,000 square feet is split between two units that are available for lease. One of the units has space provisions to accommodate Canada Border Services Agency.
Terry Rhode with Rosenau Transport says “We are excited to be operating out of such a fantastic building. This will provide us the ability to expand our operation while servicing our customers more effectively.”
Having a well-known, established trucking agency on site bodes well for the airport as we move our cargo program forward. We look forward to working with Rosenau to provide road feeder service and cargo container build up, as well as their core trucking services.
The $5.5 million facility is situated on the north end of the main runway off of Boeing Road. It features 11 truck dock doors, 3 overhead doors serving air cargo requirements and 1 ramp accessible door.