Editor’s Note September 14, 2016: CVRD reviewing bids for the construction of leachate treatment facility
In This Issue:
- CVRD reviewing bids for the construction of leachate treatment facility
- Courtenay cancels tender for sewer and water repairs
- Sayward hopes to make decision on water treatment options soon
CVRD reviewing bids for the construction of leachate treatment facility
The Comox Valley Regional District is currently reviewing all bids for the design and construction of the Comox Valley waste management centre (CVWMC) leachate treatment facility, to be located at 3699 Bevan Road, Cumberland. Recommendations for award are expected to be made at the board at the September 15 meeting. Once awarded, design is expected to begin in October, and construction in early 2017.
Courtenay cancels tender for sewer and water repairs
The City of Courtenay has cancelled the tender for Headquarters Road and Pebernat Road Sewer & Vanier Drive Water and will reissue the tender at the end of September. The initial completion dates of late October and early November proved problematic for local contractors in a busy construction season, and there were no bids on the original tenders.
Sayward hopes to make decision on water treatment options soon
Pilot testing of two possible water treatment options is now complete, and the data is under review by the Village of Sayward. The Village hopes a decision on the preferred treatment option will be complete this Fall. In March, the village received a federal Gas Tax Fund contribution of $2,922,750 for its new water treatment facility. This project will go to tender once detailed design is complete.
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