Project: Pilot Point Seafood Processing Facility

Project Description: This proposed seafood processing facility will encompass 35,663 sf with the ability to process approximately 500,000 lbs. of raw product every 24 hours. Surrounding and connected to the plant will be a 210-bed bunkhouse, heavy equipment maintenance shop, fish transportation pipeline, anchored off-shore fish pumping barge, fish waste outfall pipeline and water quality service facility.

People/Organizations responsible for completing these steps: Pilot Point Tribal Council

Cost Estimates:

Costs:  $35 million

Timeline:  Completion 2022/23

Funding Partners: EDA, USDA, Marine Fisheries International (MFI), City of Pilot Point, Pilot Point Native Corporation, BBEDC, Bristol Bay Development Fund

Evaluation Measures:

  • 15 new jobs created in Pilot Point and Bristol Bay region.
  • Increase in the annual volume of fish purchased/processed at the plant.
  • Increase in annual fish tax collected by the City of Pilot Point for public services.
  • Increase in household per capita income.
  • Jobs Created:
  • Processing Plant: 250
  • Commercial Fishing: 275
  • Supporting Services: 20

Key Project Contact:

Name: Daniel Kingsley

Title: Special Projects Consultant

Organization: Pilot Point Tribal Council

Questions about the CEDS?

Contact Kristina Andrew

Economic Development Program Manager

(907)-842-5257 ext. 6223

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