Editor’s Note July 18, 2018: Your Weekly North Vancouver Island Construction News
In This Week’s Issue:
- West Urban Developments accepting sub-trades bids for Campbell River mixed-use building.
- Proposed natural gas export facility near Bamfield in preliminary stages.
- BC Transit issues two tenders for the Campbell River Transit Center.
West Urban Developments accepting sub-trades bids for Campbell River mixed-use building
West Urban Developments in Campbell River is accepting tender bids for sub trades for a four-storey mixed-use building. The project includes 4,353 square feet of retail and office space on the ground floor with 51 apartment units above and underground parking.
Proposed natural gas export facility near Bamfield in preliminary stages
A proposed liquefied natural gas export facility near Bamfield, the Kwis-pa-a LNG project, is in the preliminary stages of its environmental assessment and engineering design. The potential route would take the natural gas from Northern BC to Powell River, underneath the Strait of Georgia to the Comox area, and end at Sarita Bay.
BC Transit issues tenders for Campbell River
BC Transit has issued two tenders for the Campbell River Transit Center, one for the Under Slab Services and one for the Building Envelope. See the tender section in this week’s issue for more information.
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