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Construction

October 2018

Construction Permits

Regional Building Permits

B.C. trades supply ‘balanced’ but ‘teeters on the edge,’ according to stakeholders

Award

Low Bid

Tenders Closed

Tenders Due


Construction Permits

Dawson Creek
 
Fort St John

Permits issued May-September

51

 

Permits issued May-September

45

Single Family Dwelling

10

 

Single Family Dwelling

15

Mobile Home

 

 

Mobile Home

2

Duplex

1

 

Duplex

1

Multiple Family

 

 

Multiple Family

1

Garage/Renovation

28

 

Garage/Renovation

19

Commercial

9

 

Commercial

9

Institutional

2

 

Institutional

5

Industrial

1

 

Industrial

3

 

 

 

 

 

May-September 2018

$12,704,174

 

May-September 2018

$28,656,890

Year-to-date 2018

$33,239,009

 

Year-to-date 2018

$32,930,190

Year-to-date 2017

$19,996,016

 

Year-to-date 2017

$35,380,500

 


Regional Building Permits

Through August of 2018, the value of building permits issued in the province’s regions climbed 20.4% (unadjusted) above the level recorded twelve months earlier. Investment intentions were up in most regions ranging from 8.1% in Thompson/Okanagan to 287.2% in North Coast. Planned spending rose in Mainland/Southwest (+23.1%), where increases in commercial (+49.5%) and residential (+23.5%) building permits offset decreases for institutional (‑19.2%) and industrial (‑19.2%) projects. Overall permits increased in Cariboo (+53.6%), Vancouver Island/Coast (+14.7%), and Kootenay (+12.6%), while the Nechako (‑50.8%) 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Data Source: Statistics Canada (Regional data produced by BC Stats from unpublished data)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

Award


 


Low Bid


 

 

Tenders Closed


Bessborough Landfill Expansion & Cell Closure

6688-237 Road, Dawson Creek

The Peace River Regional District invites interested contractors to submit a tender for Phase 1A and 2 Closure and Phase 3A Expansion works to be undertaken at the Bessborough Landfill. Said works include the closure of Phases 1A and Phase 2, construction of a new cell Phase 3A and associated works. The landfill is located approximately 15 kilometres northwest of Dawson Creek, BC.

TENDERS CLOSED
Journal of Commerce

Restoration and Renovation

11401 8th Street, Dawson Creek

Northern Lights College requires restoration and renovation work in the basement of the Dawson Creek Campus Centre Main Building.

TENDERS CLOSED
Journal of Commerce

Underground Civil Work

Pembina Taylor Pump Station, Taylor

The Pembina Taylor terminal, in Taylor BC has been expanded to add a large pump. BC Hydro services to the site have been partially upgraded to accommodate this expansion. Underground civil work is required to complete BC hydro's service upgrade.

TENDERS CLOSED
Journal of Commerce

Tenders Due


Fort St John RCMP Detachment, CDSA Processing Facility

10648 100 Street, Fort St John

The work generally consists of, but is not limited to, the following:

TENDERS DUE
Journal of Commerce

Auxiliary Equipment Controls Upgrade

GM Shrum (GMS) Plant, 22154 Canyon Drive, Hudson’s Hope, BC

Includes the installation, supply and design of control upgrades for the balance of plant auxiliary equipment at the Gordon M. Shrum (GMS) Generating Station. Includes the removal and disposal of the existing equipment.

TENDERS DUE
Journal of Commerce