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CONSTRUCTION

JUNE 2017
Construction Permits for Dawson Creek
Construction Permits for Fort St John
Regional Building Permits
Building Removal
Electrical Panel & Distribution Retrofit
Canopy & Sidewalk
Roof Replacement
Roof Replacement
Curling Rink Slab Update & Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Kin Arena Flat Roof
Demolition & Remediation
Boilers, Heating, Make Up Air & Ventilation Upgrades
City Hall Renovations & Security Upgrades
Water Meter Installations
Airport Connector Watermain
Well Screen Replacement
Meeting Room HVAC Renovations
Watermain Looping
Compressor-Condenser Replacement
LAS Roadworks
Flood Clean-Up
Swan Lake Boat Launch Replacement
Highway Construction
West Bypass Trail
Lagoon Aeration System
Sewer Trenchless Rehabilitation Program
Road Maintenance
Site C South Bank Substation
HVAC Upgrade
Parkland Repeater Station
Daycare/Gym Exterior Retrofit
Sukunka Coal Project
Sundance Fuel
Refinery

Construction Permits for
Dawson Creek

 

Construction Permits for
Fort St John

Permits issued May 5   Permits issued May 11
Single Family Dwelling 1   Single Family Dwelling 1
Mobile Home     Mobile Home  
Duplex     Duplex  
Multiple Family     Multiple Family  
Garage/Renovation 2   Garage/Renovation 3
Commercial 1   Commercial 6
Institutional 1   Institutional 1
Industrial     Industrial  
         
May 2017 $5,413,327   May 2017 $3,403,500
Year to date 2017 $10,370,360   Year to date 2017 $10,149,500
Year to date 2016 $10,932,216   Year to date 2016 $16,730,000

 

Regional Building Permits

During the first two months of 2017, the value of building permits issued in the provinceís regions climbed 7.1% (unadjusted) above the level recorded in the same period last year. Investment intentions were up in three regions, including Mainland/Southwest (+10.7%), where planned spending on residential (+13.8%), industrial (+33.0%) and institutional and governmental (+78.8%) projects climbed. Overall permits also increased in North Coast (+35.4%) and Thompson/Okanagan (+11.0%), while declines among the remaining five regions ranged from 2.5% in Vancouver Island/Coast to 62.8% in Cariboo.

Data Source: Statistics Canada (Regional data produced by BC Stats from unpublished data)

BC Stats Infoline

Building Removal

248 115 Ave., Dawson Creek

Building removal and relocation of a coverall building.

AWARD

KB Construction Ltd
PO Box 124
Pouce Coupe BC V0C 2C0
Phone:  250-219-5853
Fax: 250786-6852
$23,000

Journal of Commerce

Electrical Panel & Distribution Retrofit

5007 Airport Rd, Fort Nelson

Work of this contract comprises to remove and replace the electrical panels and main electrical distribution.

AWARD

OCS Contractors
PO Box 296
Lions Bay BC V0N 2E0
Phone: 604-912-0234
$58,340

Journal of Commerce

Canopy & Sidewalk

80 Vic Turner Airport Rd, Dawson Creek

Repair and replacement of the Dawson Creek Regional Airport Terminal sidewalks and supply and installation of walkway covers.

AWARD

Hegge Construction Ltd
620 114 Ave
Dawson Creek BC V1G 4G3
Phone: 250-782-1282
Fax: 250-782-3183
$150,750

Journal of Commerce

Roof Replacement

Toad River School, Mile 422 Alaska Hwy, Toad River

Renovation of an educational facility in Toad River, BC.

AWARD

Mainline Roofing Co Ltd
255 Hodgson Rd
Williams Lake BC V2G 3P7
Phone: 250-392-4322
$68,816

Journal of Commerce

Roof Replacement

RL Angus Elementary School, 5500 Mountainview Dr., Fort Nelson

Renovation of an educational facility in Fort Nelson, BC.

AWARD

Mainline Roofing Co Ltd
255 Hodgson Rd
Williams Lake BC V2G 3P7
Phone: 250-392-4322
$174,157

Journal of Commerce

Curling Rink Slab Update & Replacement

1113 106 Ave., Dawson Creek

Demolition of the existing curling rink refrigerated slab and replacement of the same to their existing curling rink.

AWARD

Hegge Construction Ltd
620 114 Ave
Dawson Creek BC V1G 4G3
Phone: 250-782-1282
Fax: 250-782-3183
$1,355,000

Journal of Commerce

Bridge Replacement

10th St, Dawson Creek

The work consists of the demolition and replacement of the existing 10th Street bridge. The new bridge includes construction of the superstructure, foundations and approaches.

AWARD

Surespan Structures Ltd
3721 Drinkwater Rd
Duncan BC V9L 6P2
Phone:  250-748-8888
Fax: 250-746-8011
$3,364,955

Journal of Commerce

Kin Arena Flat Roof

1101 106 Ave., Dawson Creek

Replacement of the Kin Arena flat roofs.

AWARD

DM Henderson Roofing Ltd
8230 Harper Dr
Dawson Creek BC V1G 4G9
Phone: 250-782-3467
Fax: 250-782-3117
$45,092

Journal of Commerce

Demolition & Remediation

North Peace Arena, Gymnastics, 9805 96 Avenue, Fort St. John

Demolition of a stadium.

LOW BID

Pacific Blasting & Demolition Ltd.
3183 Norland Ave
Burnaby BC V5B 3A9
Phone:  604-291-1255
Fax: 604-291-2813
$688,135

Journal of Commerce

Boilers, Heating, Make Up Air &Ventilation Upgrades

Kids Arena Fieldhouse, 9615 96 Avenue, Fort St John

The work generally consists of, but is not limited to, the following: Removal & disposal of existing boilers; Supply and install new boilers; Supply and install new makeup air and ventilation units; Supply and installation of ductwork; Supply and install structural steel frame & piling; and Supply and installation of control systems for HVAC systems.

LOW BID

Pro North Heating Inc
10493 Alder Crescent
Fort St. John BC V1J 4M7
Phone:  250-785-5545
Fax: 250-785-5542
$157,024

Journal of Commerce

City Hall Renovations & Security Upgrades

10631 100 St, Fort St. John

The work generally consists of, but is not limited to, the following: Construction of new steel stud walls; Construction of fire separations; Doors/security grille; Door hardware; Glazing; Gypsum board; Painting; Fire alarm modifications; and Exit/emergency lighting modifications.

LOW BID

WL Construction Ltd
6494 Airport Road
Fort St. John BC V1J 4H8
Phone:  250-787-7707
Fax: 250-787-2350
$184,916

Journal of Commerce

Water Meter Installations

Dawson Creek

The work consists of the following work: *Installation of two, year round 6 inch, above grade water meters, complete with pre- fabricated buildings, all pipeworks, electrical services and all necessary site grading and foundations. *Installation of one, seasonal 2 inch water meter, complete with a prefabricated vault, all pipework and necessary grading and drainage.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Airport Connector Watermain

Piper Rd, Fort Nelson

The work consists of: Installation of approximately 1,500 m of 150 mm diameter PVC watermain and associated appurtenances. Installation of approximately 370 m of 150 mm diameter HDPE watermain by horizontal directionally drilling. Installation of approximately 56 m of 600 mm diameter of augured steel casing pipe. Tie-in to existing watermain installed by others. Tie-in to existing water reservoir. Installation of 4 Hydrant assemblies. Installation of 4 air release valve assemblies complete with lockable frame and lid. All associated site works, including site restoration.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Well Screen Replacement

Fort St. John

The work to be undertaken generally consists of, but is not limited to, the following: Remove existing well screen from TPW-6 and replace with owner supplied stainless steel screen.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Meeting Room HVAC Renovations

North Peace Cultural Centre Art Gallery, 10015 100 Ave., Fort St. John

Renovation of a mixed-use development in Fort St. John, BC.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Watermain Looping

Old Fort Rd, Fort St. John

The work to be undertaken generally consists of, but is not limited to, the following: 500m of 300mm PVC DR18 watermain with 6 Fire Hydrants.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Compressor-Condenser Replacement

FSJ Curling Club, 9504 96 St, Fort St. John

The work generally consists of, but is not limited to, the following: Supply and install two new compressors; Supply and install new air cooled condenser; Supply and install new underfloor heaters; and Commissioning of all equipment.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

LAS Roadworks

Various locations, Fort St. John

The work to be undertaken generally consists of, but is not limited to, the following: - Approximately 650m of paved road construction including streetlighting, curb, gutter and sidewalk, and storm sewer in four locations within the City. - Approximately 280 m of water main replacement.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Flood Clean-Up

Pouce Coupe Park, Pouce Coupe

The scope of this Project includes, but not limited to the following items: Supply all labour, materials, and equipment required for the Work; Regrade site as required to ensure appropriate grading around the open areas of the park (approximately 4.4 ha). Some regrading will be required in the treed area; Remove approximately twelve large poplar trees damaged by the flood and burn on site; Remove and dispose of miscellaneous, non-woody debris from site; Provide 19mm base gravels and regrade access road and create parking lot area(approximately 2400 m2). One 150 mm lift shall be installed and compacted to 100% SPMDD. Road preparation and grading including ditches along both sides of the access road; Hydroseed regraded areas (approximately 4.4 ha).

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Swan Lake Boat Launch Replacement

Gundy Rd, Tomslake

Boat launch replacement and dock facility supply and installation works in Swan Lake Provincial Park east of Dawson Creek near Tupper, BC. This project involves the removal and disposal of the existing concrete boat launch, the construction of a new double-lane concrete boat launch (pre-cast and CIP components), supply and installation of a new dock facility attached to the boat launch, supply and installation of a new docking facility on Tupper River adjacent to the campground, stabilization works along the Tupper River as part of the dock design, and miscellaneous trail improvements.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Highway Construction

Bear Flat - Cache Creek Hwy. 29, Hudsonís Hope

Construction of a two lane highway for approximately 8.4 kilometres. General nature of work consists of but is not necessarily limited to traffic management, quality management, environmental and heritage management, safety management, pit development, clearing and grubbing, roadway and drainage excavation and embankment construction, production of granular materials, drainage installation, haul and placement of riprap, fencing, asphalt paving, supply and installation of CRB and signs, and revegetation seeding. The Site is located on Hwy No. 29 approximately 48.2 km north of the intersection of Canyon Dr. and Hwy No. 29 in Hudsonís Hope and breaks away from Hwy No. 29 for approximately 8.4 km, connecting back into Hwy No. 29 approximately 17.2 km south of the intersection of Hwy No. 29 and Hwy No. 97.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

West Bypass Trail

Fort St. John

The work to be undertaken generally consists of, but is not limited to, the following: 1100 m of 3 m asphalt trail.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Lagoon Aeration System

Tumbler Ridge

Construction of the work, which in general terms, will consist of the following: Partial desludging of two aerated, lined lagoons cells (approximate volume of 1900 m3); Approximately 325 m of stainless steel air header; Fine bubble aeration equipment including all laterals, diffusers, etc for two cells.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Sewer Trenchless Rehabilitation Program

Various locations, Fort Nelson

The work consists of two (2) excavated mainline replacements to existing sanitary sewers, sixteen(16) excavated point repairs to existing sanitary and includes all restorations (minus road paving).

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Road Maintenance

Muskwa Boat Launch FSR, Northern Rockies

Sealed tenders for road maintenance activities, road surface grading, grading and shaping, beaver dam removal and fence installation, culvert cleaning, culvert installation along 5 kms of the Muskwa Boat Launch Forest Service Road (FSR), Fort Nelson Natural Resource District.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Site C South Bank Substation

Near Fort St John

General Construction work including civil, electrical, mechanical, P&C, SCADA and telecommunication installation works for the new Site C South Bank Substation (SBK) near Fort St. John, BC.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

HVAC Upgrade

Baldonnel Elementary School, 5836 Baldonnel Rd., Baldonnel

Renovation of an educational facility in Baldonnel, BC.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Parkland Repeater Station

Approximately 29 km northwest of Dawson Creek

For site preparation, site grading, site drainage, foundation installation, tower steel erection, shelter delivery/placement, antenna system installation, electrical works (grounding, equipment power, and alarm cabling), telecommunication equipment installation and supply/install of fencing, and supply/install of crushed rock surfacing for Parkland Repeater Station.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Daycare/Gym Exterior Retrofit

Northern Lights College, 11401 8th St., Dawson Creek

1. Exterior insulated siding. .2. Bituminous Membrane roofing.

TENDERS DUE

Journal of Commerce

Sukunka Coal Project

40 Km W of Tumbler Ridge, 55 Km S of Chetwynd,

The development and operation of an integrated surface/underground mining operation and coal handling processing plant (CHPP) to produce hard coking coal for export and to transport washed coal by rail to a port facility in Prince Rupert, BC. The facility will initially produce 1.5-2.5 million tonnes per year of washed coal and will also include an operations camp facility, offices, equipment repair facility, explosives manufacturing and storage facilities, water management structures, fuel tank farm, potable water supply, sewage treatment/waste disposal, and access road upgrades.

DESIGN

Journal of Commerce

Inpatient Wing Replacement

Dawson Creek Hospital, 11100 13 St, Dawson Creek

Replacement and redevelopment of the inpatient capacity at the Dawson Creek Hospital.

CONCEPTUAL

Journal of Commerce

Sundance Fuel

Blue Fuel Energy, Chetwynd

Construction of a gasoline refinery using natural gas and hydrogen to produce gas.

CONCEPTUAL

Journal of Commerce

Refinery

Blue Fuel Energy, Chetwynd

The scope of work includes the construction of a methanol plant.

CONCEPTUAL

Journal of Commerce