Editor’s Note Mar 11, 2015: Request for Tenders for East Courtenay Fire Training Area Development

March 11, 2015

In This Issue:

  • Request for tenders for east Courtenay fire training area development,
  • Metro Liquor renovating old Blockbuster building at Discovery Harbour shopping centre, and
  • Public Works awards tender for new electrical services to campsites in Pacific Rim National Park.

This aerial image shows the location and proposed structure of the East Courtenay Fire Hall.

This aerial image shows the location and proposed structure of the East Courtenay Fire Hall.

Request for Tenders for East Courtenay Fire Training Area Development

The City of Courtenay invites Tenders for East Courtenay Fire Training Area Development. This project involves all earthworks, utilities, foundations and road works for 220 Waters Place and the partial development of Waters Place. A site meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 11 at 2 pm at 220 Waters Place.

Metro Liquor Renovating Old Blockbuster Building at Discovery Harbour Shopping Centre

The former Blockbuster building located at Discovery Harbour Shopping Centre will undergo a complete inside renovation and demolition will take place this week. Metro Liquor will be the new tenant at 4,000 q. ft. building and the store is expected to be open in about two months.

Public Works Awards Tender for New Electrical Services to Campsites in Pacific Rim National Park

Public Works & Government Services Canada has awarded the tender for new electrical services to campsites in Pacific Rim National Park to WC Excavation Ltd at a value of $1,137,225. Work under this contract comprises, but is not limited to, the provision of all labour, materials, services and equipment necessary for the installation of new BC Hydro service to the campground.

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