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Construction

December 2018

Construction Permits

Regional Building Permits

Kitimat LNG Worker Housing Construction

Award

Low Bid

Tenders Closed

Tenders Due


Construction Permits

Dawson Creek
 
Fort St John

Permits issued October-November

9

 

Permits issued October-November

22

Single Family Dwelling

2

 

Single Family Dwelling

5

Mobile Home

 

 

Mobile Home

 

Duplex

 

 

Duplex

3

Multiple Family

 

 

Multiple Family

3

Garage/Renovation

6

 

Garage/Renovation

7

Commercial

1

 

Commercial

4

Institutional

 

 

Institutional

 

Industrial

 

 

Industrial

 

 

 

 

 

 

October-November 2018

$913,760

 

October-November 2018

$9,552,000

Year-to-date 2018

$34,152,769

 

Year-to-date 2018

$42,482,190

Year-to-date 2017

$21,112,147

 

Year-to-date 2017

$54,488,500

 


Regional Building Permits

Through October of 2018, the value of building permits issued in the province’s regions climbed 17.1% (unadjusted) above the level recorded twelve months earlier. Investment intentions were up in most regions ranging from 9.6% in Thompson/Okanagan to 311.2% in North Coast. Planned spending rose in Mainland/Southwest (+18.7%), where increases in commercial (+35.4%), residential (+18.2%), and institutional (14.3%) building permits offset a decrease for industrial (‑29.0%) projects. Overall permits increased in Cariboo (+47.3%), Kootenay (+19.7%), and Vancouver Island/Coast (+10.5%), while the Nechako (‑53.3%) and Northeast (‑18.1%) regions saw a decline in the value of permits.

Data Source: Statistics Canada (Regional data produced by BC Stats from unpublished data)
BC Stats Infoline

Kitimat LNG Worker Housing Construction

Bird Construction announced that its contract for LNG Canada’s Cedar Valley Lodge project has been novated to LNG Canada’s EPC contractor.

Cedar Valley Lodge will house workers for the construction of LNG Canada’s export terminal project in Kitimat, B.C.

The contract included the engineering, procurement and construction of the project. The EPC Contractor has issued a notice to proceed.

The project was pursued by Bird in 2015 as a joint venture with Civeo Corp. The joint venture, Bird-Civeo JV, won the project in May 2016 and the parties signed a contract with a limited notice to proceed until a final investment decision was confirmed by LNG Canada.

With the consent of Bird and the EPC Contractor, Civeo has elected to exit its participation in the joint venture.

Bird, the managing partner of the Bird-Civeo JV, continues to lead the design and construction of the Cedar Valley Lodge and has entered into a joint venture with the ATCO Structures LNG Limited Partnership, which is now a party to the new contract.

A notice to proceed has been issued and construction is expected to begin in spring 2019.

Journal of Commerce

Award


 


 

Low Bid


 


Tenders Closed


Peace Region Electricity Supply (PRES) Transmission Line Construction

Groundbirch to Fort St John, BC

The project will consist of:

The Site is located along a linear corridor running north south between the planned Site C Substation, south of Fort St. John, BC, and the existing Shell Groundbirch Substation (SGB), approximately 30km east of Chetwynd, BC, Canada.

TENDERS CLOSED
Journal of Commerce

Chetwynd Landfill Phase B Closure

3978 Blair Road, Chetwynd

The Peace River Regional District invites interested contractors to submit a tender for the Chetwynd Landfill Phase B Closure Detailed Design. The contract involves construction of the Phase B Final Cover System, Landfill Gas Management System, Surface Water Management Systems and Crest Road Construction at the Chetwynd Landfill along with the other requirements as outlined in the Scope of Work.

TENDERS CLOSED
Journal of Commerce

Tenders Due


Heritage Manor II - Structural Construction Services

9824 106th Avenue, Fort St. John

Renovation of a multi-residential development in Fort St. John, British Columbia. Completed plans call for the renovation of a multi-residential development.

TENDERS DUE
Journal of Commerce

Canadian Tire

9716 Old Fort Road, Fort St John

Construction of a 148,596-square-foot, one-story above grade retail development for a new Canadian Tire store with an automotive centre, garden centre and site work.

TENDERS DUE
Journal of Commerce