Editor’s Note November 14, 2018: Your Weekly North Vancouver Island Construction News
In This Week’s Issue:
- Zoning for 79-unit apartment on Braidwood in Courtenay approved
- Construction of Built Green solar-ready homes in Powell River continues
- Ten new and previously published tenders
Zoning for 79-unit apartment on Braidwood in Courtenay approved
Courtenay council approved a zoning amendment application for a 79-unit apartment building on Braidwood Avenue. A development permit application has been submitted and Veyron Properties Group Ltd. hopes to start construction in early 2019.
Construction of Built Green solar-ready homes in Powell River continues
Construction on Powell River’s first ecologically designed solar homes continue. The 12 unit side-by-side duplexes are receiving Built Green Platinum certification with solar panels meeting each units electricity needs. Demand has been strong with the 3 bedroom units selling in the range of $350,000.
Ten new and previously published tenders
This week’s issue includes ten new and previously published tenders, including general construction, road work, multiple trades for the Port Hardy Multiplex, and other requests. See the tenders section for more information.
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