Evaluation Process to Select Proponent for North Island Hospitals Project Delayed Until March 2014

January 21, 2014

Reported in Building Links this Week

Evaluation Process to Select a Proponent for North Island Hospitals Project Delayed

The evaluation process to select a successful proponent for the North Island Hospitals Project has been delayed until the end of March. Technical and financial evaluations of proposals submitted by the three proponents are expected to be completed by the end of March. A decision regarding the successful proponent will be announced during the first week of April 2014.

10 New Tenders Up for Grabs

There are 10 new tenders this week, including one for engineering consulting services from Comox Valley Regional District for the Comox Lake watershed protection plan, a Request for Proposal from Vancouver Island Health Authority for a project design and management consultant, and four separate tenders regarding maintenance contracts for the married military quarters at 19 Wing Comox.

2013 Year-End Construction Statistics

We feature our 2013 year-end statistics on page 2 of this week’s Building Links. Campbell River’s total construction statistics for 2013 total $100.14 million, a 73% increase over 2012. The total value of construction statistics for Comox, Courtenay, Cumberland, and the CVRD totals $67.74 million. Each one of these areas showed a slowdown in their building statistics ranging from -10% in Cumberland to -39% in Courtenay.

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