Editor’s Note March 16, 2016: New tender for Hangar 7 at 19 Wing Comox
In This Issue:
- New tender for Hangar 7 at 19 Wing Comox,
- Residential units to replace demolished Supervalue in Campbell River, and
- North Courtenay Connector to be built at an cost of $15 million
New tender for Hangar 7 at 19 Wing Comox
Defence Construction Canada has issued a tender for Hangar 7 repairs. The work includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the supply of labour, material, supervision and equipment necessary to complete the removal of the existing walls, floors, ceiling components, and building envelope components with repairs to make safe prior to a rebuild tender at 19 Wing Comox. A site visit has been arranged for March 16, at 1pm.
Residential units to replace demolished Supervalue in Campbell River
The existing Supervalue building at Tyee Plaza was demolished last week. A residential building is being proposed for the Tyee Plaza. The new building will include 47 residential units on the upper levels. Each unit will contain a washer/dryer, stainless steel appliances, laminate floors and nine-foot ceilings.
North Courtenay Connector to be built at an cost of $15 million
The North Courtenay Connector will improve the connection between Highway 19 and North Courtenay, allowing for better access to key destinations in the region. The proposed road will be situated 3 kilometres north of the Courtenay City centre, near the Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds. The roadway will run west from Dove Creek Road at Headquarters Road to Piercy Road – where Piercy continues to Highway 19. Plans for the North Courtenay Connector are being finalized and the budget for this project is $15 million.
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