Tenders awarded for snow clearing and demolition

PICTOU, N.S -    Councillors for the Municipality of Pictou County awarded several tenders for snow clearing during a special council meeting Dec. 19. 

Tenders awarded for snow clearing at the Municipal Administration Building, sewage treatment plants, municipal roads other infrastructure properties.  They are as follows:

Municipal  Administration Building – C&G Yorke Construction Ltd.
River John STP – Eugene Martin Foundations
Scotsburn Plumping Statin – C&G Yorke Construction Ltd.
Thorburn STP – Brian V. MacLane Backhoe and Trucking
Hopewell/Eureka STP – Brian V. MacLane Backhoe &Trucking
Alma-Greenhill Pump Station & Chlorinator – Brian V. MacLane Backhoe &Trucking
Stanwood Drive & Barclay Ridge, Lyons Brook – Hans Rauh &Sons Construction
Lakeside Court, Garden - Hans Rauh &Sons Construction
MacIntosh Drive, Sylvester – Hans Rauh &Sons Construciton
Holland Lane & Jean Street, Plymouth – CF Construction Ltd
Pump Road, Hamilton Road – Hans Rauh & Sons Construction
Maple  Estates Drive, Abercrombie – C&G Yorke Construction Ltd
Hidden Cove Drive, Pictou Landing – C &G Yorke Construction Ltd
Pumping Station River Road, 7 MacLellan Brook –  Brian V. MacLane Backhoe &Trucking
Oak, Maple and Pine Streets, MacLellans Brook – Hans Rauh & Construction

Tenders awarded for sidewalk clearing in the Municipality of Pictou County include:

Nathan Carpenter Keystone Landscaping – Abercrombie, Alma, Hopewell, Riverton, Scotsburn & Lyons Brook and Westville Road (Wellness Centre). 
Eugene Mertin Foundations – River John
Brian V MacLane’s Backhoe & Trucking - Walkerville Road and East River Road 

Demolition tender awarded

In addition to snow clearing, Verhagen Demolition Ltd. has been awarded the contract for the demolition of the former Linacy School building by the Municipality of Pictou County. Verhagen Demolition had the lowest bid of $42,000 for the project. The Chignecto Central Regional Education Centre recently declared the former Linacy School as surplus property and it was turned back over the Municipality of Pictou County.  The County made the decision to demolish the building and once this is complete, the land will be conveyed to the Linacy Fire Department.