Charlottetown awards more than $515,000 in public works tenders

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Construction is now underway on a major upgrade to Charlottetown's sewer system.

City council approved more than $515,000 worth of tenders for public works at its December meeting.

CBCL Ltd. will supply consulting engineering services on traffic signal design, tendering and project management at a cost of $56,259.

CBCL was also awarded the tender to supply consulting work on storm water trunk line replacement design, tendering and project management for $57,000.

RELATED: Charlottetown council approves $215,000 for street lights

WSP is getting $41,952 to do engineering consulting design and project management on storm pipe construction.

Campbell's Concrete Ltd. will supply concrete bases for new street lights at a cost of $33,858 while Graybar Canada will supply the lights for $181,317.

The city is also piggybacking on a provincial government tender, and will pay $144,780 for a new loader mount quick-attach industrial blower.

Organizations: CBCL, Charlottetown council, Campbell's Concrete Graybar Canada

Geographic location: Charlottetown

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  • townie2
    December 23, 2015 - 17:10

    the traffic lights should be timing coordinated, a lot of exhaust is expelled into the air, and gas wasted waiting for red lights to change at almost every traffic light intersection unless you want to drive well over the speed limit to catch the next green.

  • Charlottetown resident
    December 23, 2015 - 11:46

    This is all good and well, but a number of people are disgusted with the waste of money for a useless sidewalk on Queen Elizabeth Dr. Joggers will not use it, they are now running on the road next to the sidewalk. The bikes will be doing the same. People parking on Q.E. Dr. next to Victoria park on the side of the sidewalk causes passing cars to be over the middle line. This an ill founded idea should be halted where it is at, because it is not working and looks like crab. Tour busses are going on this street to show off the better part of town along the waterfront. The mess made by this sidewalk project looks like a bunch of amateurs made it on a Saturday afternoon. Please, stop it where it is, it is dangerous, impractical and ugly.