Your Weekly North Vancouver Island Construction News
In this Week’s Issue of Building Links
- Courtenay: Development Permit approved for 94 unit apartment project
- Campbell River: Mamalilikulla First Nation proposes 440 ha residential-commercial development
- CFB Comox: Tender issued for Contaminated Soil Remediation
Courtenay: Development Permit approved for 94 unit apartment project
A development permit for a two building, 94 unit apartment project in Courtenay has been approved. As proposed, the project includes two buildings each with 47 units with a range of one bedroom (32 units), two bedrooms (46 units) and three bedroom (16 units) suites. The units are expected to include 5 appliances with in-suite laundry.
Campbell River: Mamalilikulla First Nation proposes 440 ha residential-commercial development
A Development Feasibility Review of a roughly 440 ha land parcel with the purpose of creating a permanent community for Mamalilikulla First Nation members was presented to the Strathcona Regional District. The Mamalilikulla First Nation is proposing the development of 15 single family lots, a multi-use facility, and a commercial area along Highway 19, just north of Campbell River.
CFB Comox: Tender issued for Contaminated Soil Remediation
A Request For Infomation for the remediation of contaminated soil, sediment and construction water at the Fire Fighting Training Area in CFB Comox has been released. The estimated value of a potential project would range from $20 to $40 million.
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