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Quesnel City Council Awards Contract for the Regional Airport Rehabilitation

Quesnel City Council obtained a grant of up to $8,789,910 from the Airport Capital Assistance Program to cover all costs for the rehabilitation of the Quesnel Regional Airport.

The rehabilitation will cover Runway 13-31, Taxiway A and Apron I.

Bidders were asked to provide multiple pricing options for four lighting systems, however Transport Canada said the only lighting system eligible under the grant is the Omni-Directional Approach Lighting System (ODALS).

This is the lighting system currently in use at the Quesnel Regional Airport.

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The contract was awarded to Terus Construction, who had the lowest bid for the lighting system. The bid made was $7,881,403.39 (not including GST) which was a lower estimated cost than the engineer had projected.

To maintain schedule, Terus Construction was asked to provide the required pre-construction deliverables for submission and review. This will be prior to entering into a contract with the city to start the work.

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