Editor’s Note November 7, 2018: Your Weekly North Vancouver Island Construction News
In This Week’s Issue:
- Port Hardy Multiplex project issues 33 trade tender packages
- Proposed purpose built apartments with 94 units in Courtenay
- Kwispaa LNG submits project description to Environmental Assessment Agencies
Port Hardy Multiplex project issues 33 trade tender packages
The Port Hardy Multiplex project has 33 new Trade contract tenders available. The 21,032 square foot expansion of the existing facility will accommodate a new 25-meter in-ground concrete pool, a leisure pool with water play features, lazy river, water slide, and multi-use spaces. See the tender section for full details.
Proposed purpose built apartments with 94 units in Courtenay
A Victoria company is looking into building two new 47 unit four-storey purpose built apartment buildings near the hospital in Courtenay. The project is in the conceptual stage and in house-design is expected to occur early next year.
Kwispaa LNG submits project description to Environmental Assessment Agencies
Kwispaa LNG has submitted its project description to the B.C. and Canadian Environmental Assessment Agencies. The proposed $30 billion project includes an export facility built at Sarita Bay, near Bamfield, and a pipeline with a subsea component between Powell River and Comox.
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