Editor’s Note: November 25, 2015: West Coast Development Awarded Envelope Remediation
In This Issue
- Campbell River School Board office building envelope remediation contract awarded to West Coast Development;
- Tender issued for replacement of flooring in the Carihi Secondary School gymnasium; and
- New 24 lot single family subdivision moving forward on Arden Road in Courtenay.
Campbell River School Board office building envelope remediation contract awarded to West Coast Development
The BC Housing Management Commission on behalf of School District #72 has awarded the tender for building envelope remediation contract services for the school board office to Island West Coast Development at a value of $927,711. Construction is expected to start this Nov. 27. This tender was a two-phase bidding process, with 15 bids received in phase one.
Tender issued for replacement of flooring in the Carihi Secondary School gymnasium
School District #72 (Campbell River) is requesting proposals from qualified vendors for the replacement of multi-purpose flooring in the Carihi Secondary School gymnasium. The successful bidder will provide all labour, equipment and materials to carry out the removal and disposal of existing flooring and subfloor. A Mandatory site meeting is scheduled for 3 pm on 10 December, 2015 at Carihi Secondary. This tender closes on January 14, 2016; see our tender section for more information.
New 24 lot single family subdivision moving forward on Arden Road in Courtenay
An application has been submitted by Chris Gage for a preliminary layout review to allow for a 24 lot subdivision for single-family homes. In addition, there will be one lot (30,000 sq. ft. in size) zoned for a seven unit multi-family project. The single family lots will be 450 to 760 sq. meters in size. The applicant hopes to begin site clearing in the spring.
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