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In a world of constantly breaking news – here’s our own:
Lecture by Canal Dock Boathouse Architect Rick Wies (click to view pdf)
Getting really close now…
January 27, 2017: New photo gallery of boathouse construction
Click the links below to read recent press the project has received. Canal Dock is hopeful for getting the keys in late 2017, with on-water programs beginning spring of 2018. You can also visit the CDBi Facebook Page for more regular updates on rowing and other activities.
Canal Dock Timeline of Previous Milestones continues below…
September 1, 2015:
Today marks the beginning of CDBi’s first membership year. Contact us for membership info if you have rowing experience or want to learn to row for the first time.
April 29, 2015:
Canal Dock Boathouse, Inc. (CDBI) will participate in two events this weekend.
First, on Saturday, May 2nd, the Connecticut Department of Transportation will hold its final Open House of the I-95 New Haven Harbor Crossing (NHHC) Corridor Improvement Program. CDBI will share a table with architects Gregg, Wies & Gardner LLC, and promote both the Canal Dock Boathouse and our forthcoming on-water programs.
ConnDOT Open House Date: Saturday, May 2nd Location: 424 Chapel Street, New Haven Time: 10AM to 2PM
Event details: http://www.ct.gov/dot/cwp/view.asp?A=1373&Q=564146
Second, on Sunday, May 3rd, CDBI will continue to promote its programs at the 6th Annual Quinnipiac Riverfest, an annual celebration of the Quinnipiac River and the historic Fair Haven Waterfront, presented by the Chatham Square Neighborhood Association. CDBI will share a tent and tables with the rowing shell manufacturer, Vespoli, of New Haven.
6th Annual Quinnipiac Riverfest Date: Sunday, May 3rd Location: Quinnipiac River Marina, 309 Front St., New Haven Time: 11AM to 4PM
Event details: http://quinnipiacriverfest.com
June 7, 2014:
“For over five decades—since the construction of Interstate 95 along New Haven’s harbor—our city has been cut off from one of its greatest natural resources, the New Haven Harbor. The construction of the Boathouse at Canal Dock takes steps to remedy that and will provide residents and visitors to New Haven the opportunity to enjoy the harbor and water recreation.” – Former Mayor John DeStefano Jr.
Construction is underway! After more than a decade of thoughtful planning by the City Plan Department of New Haven, the Connecticut Department of Transportation, and the Federal Highway Administration, the Canal Dock Boathouse could become reality by summer of 2017.