Borrow Enterprises gets eco-depot contract

TNRD has approved a $345,596 contract with Borrow Enterprises Ltd. to complete site works for the new Clearwater Eco-Depot

The TNRD board of directors has approved a contract with Borrow Enterprises Ltd. of Clearwater for the amount of $345,596 to complete site works for the new Clearwater Eco-Depot.

The site works for the new eco-depot would include site earthworks, road construction, site grading and drainage installation. The approximately three-hectare site is located at the former Camp Two sawmill site northwest of town. The site works project was tendered on Feb. 14 with a tender closure date of March 2. Six tenders were received by the deadline. Borrow Enterprises Ltd. submitted the lowest priced bid.

Construction is expected to begin in April with the eco-depot site to be operational by October, 2012.

The Clearwater eco-depot site works contract awards was eligible for funding under the $9.4 million Building Canada Fund Communities Component grant that the TNRD received from the federal and provincial governments.

 

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