Building Links 2013, Issue #14
BC Hydro has canceled the electrical and civil tender for the electricity substation just north of Buckley Bay and intends to re-issue a new competitive bid in the near future. The site preparation work planned last fall has been delayed due to wet site conditions. This site work is now starting up and will be complete this year.
In Comox, a building permit has been issued this week in the amount of $3.84 million for the new residential building located at 1829 Beaufort Avenue. Comox Harbour Center Management is the developer for this project that will contain 18 luxury condominiums. Construction is expected to begin in April.
A building permit is expected to be issued in the next few weeks for the new 133-unit, state-of-the-art Berwick Retirement facility in downtown Campbell River. The six-storey building is slated for construction on the corner of 16th Avenue and Roberts’ Reach. The company plans to break ground on the 130,000 square foot facility within the next month or two. The owner is seeking bids on select sub-trades, see our tender section for more information.The construction cost is expected to be $24 million.
New Zoning Regulations for Coach Houses in Comox