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British Columbia Town Awards Station Street Project To Local Firm For $1.3 Million

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Oliver continues to move forward with the Station Street Reconstruction Project. On Monday, H&M Excavating Ltd. was awarded it for $1,376,600.93, a report said.

The project is about building a new Public Plaza/Community Hub at the former RV campground, which lies between Station Street and the River.

H&M Excavating Ltd. is currently working on the town’s Gallagher Lake Siphon Repair’ project and is close to wrapping up most of the work for this year in a couple of weeks.

Staff stated that they would mobilize their teams to the Station Street Reconstruction project if it was awarded to them.

The report states that staff and consultants have had no issues so far with the large-scale project. They have done a great job and this should be transferred to the new project.

The Station Street PH2 and storm pipe upgrades will be completed by September and should continue through November.

Mayor Martin Johansen stated Monday that he was excited about the fact that the project came in under budget.

H&M Excavating bid was $1,376,600.93. There were $90,124.40 for project management and design costs. The total cost of the project was $325,274.67 less than the budget approved by the town.

The Town also submitted a Canada Community Revitalization Fund Application (CCRF) towards the project last autumn. This can be up to 75% of the project costs, with a maximum contribution of $750,000.

H&M Excavating Ltd. was unanimously voted in favor of the motion.

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