Editor’s Note November 11, 2015: Vacant Target store to be renovated by CCM Construction
In This Issue:
- Vacant Target store to be renovated by CCM Construction for new Canadian Tire;
- Avril Homes issued building permit for Phase I of The Ambleside; and
- BC Housing Management issues tender for new group home in Campbell River.
Vacant Target store to be renovated by CCM Construction for new Canadian Tire
CCM Construction Ltd. has been awarded the contract to convert the vacant Target store at Driftwood Mall in Courtenay into a Canadian Tire store with a new 10 bay Auto Service centre at the back of the store and a new outdoor covered garden centre at the front of the store. A building permit has recently been issued with a value of $3.5 million for this project.
Avril Homes issued building permit for Phase I of The Ambleside
Avril Homes has been issued a building permit in the amount of $690,470 to construct three town homes as part of Phase 1 of The Ambleside, a seven unit town home development on Comox Avenue in Comox. The units are expected to be 1,513 sq. ft. in size. The prices of the units will range from $455,000 to $590,000.
BC Housing Management issues tender for new group home in Campbell River
BC Housing Management Commission requires a new single-family dwelling to be constructed as a licensed, fully accessible group home in Campbell River. A General Contractor is required to design and construct a single family group home under a Design-Build delivery model. An RFP has been issued to design and construct a cost effective and efficient five bedroom single-level residential home with two separate living spaces. The house square footage shall not exceed 3,000 sq ft (excluding the garage area).
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