Your Weekly North Vancouver Island Construction News
In this Week’s Issue of Building Links
- Cumberland: A four-storey mixed-use 15 unit residential building proposed.
- Denman and Hornby Island: Direct fibre internet connections expected within the next few years.
- Campbell River: Tender released for Construction Management Services for Strathcona Gardens.
Cumberland: A four-storey mixed-use 15 unit residential building proposed.
A four-storey mixed-use building has been proposed for Cumberland. The building would replace the old Cumberland Hotel with three commercial and 15 residential units. The basement would include secure bicycle storage, bike repair stations, a bike wash station and a dog wash room. The applicant intends to use a Klaus multi-parking system for 14 vehicles. The application has been referred to the Heritage Committee for comment.
Denman and Hornby Island: Direct fibre internet connections expected within the next few years.
Internet upgrades are planned for Hornby and Denman Islands. CityWest is receiving up to $3.26 million from the program to upgrade services on Denman Island and up to $2.38 million for its work on Hornby Island through the Connecting British Columbia program. When the Connected Coast project is complete, direct fibre connections are expected to be available to each property.
Campbell River: Tender released for Construction Management Services for Strathcona Gardens.
The Regional District of Strathcona is inviting proposals from qualified proponents for Construction Management Services for REC‐REATE at Strathcona Gardens. The Construction Management will provide Pre Construction Services during the design phase of the Project.
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