Masset receives bids for airport building

  • Dec. 14, 2011 7:00 p.m.

The village of Masset has received seven bids to construct the new airport terminal building, ranging from $1.6-million to over $2-million. Administrator Trevor Jarvis said council has not yet made a decision on awarding the tender, as there were some minor changes to make to the building plans. A decision may be made next week, he said. The bids are as follows: $1,604,995 from Marcan Construction Ltd of Prince Rupert. $1,744,274 from Fictorie Construction Management of Abbotsford. $1,767,500 from Kinetic Construction of Courtenay. $2,011,760 from Grand Construction of Langley. $2,049,876 from Progressive Ventures of Terrace. $2,061,556 from Bear Creek Contracting of Terrace. $2,074,973 from Naikoon Contracting of North Vancouver.

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