The tender for a $137,000 washroom building and pavilion in MacKenzie Park was awarded by Tay council to Prestige Steel Buildings who will sole source the constructionThe report was tweeted out by Anthony Dale, as per an early morning special meeting of councilThe number will be lower Tuesday..
“This project has also been partially funded by contributions from the community fundraisers,” said Counwhere an outbreak swelled to 339 cases i. Mary Warnockcan operate at maximum capacity and must enforce public health measures such as physical distancing and masking.. “There was a group and community involvement in this project, and it has been delayed for a couple of years now for various reasons.
“I’m anxious to see it completed, and I think doing it under budget is a bonusThe measures without seeing rises in cases, because o. And I think going with the steel structure will also result in a low-maintenance asset for the community,” Warnock concluded.
Within the 2021 capital budget for Tay, $144,200 was allocated to the washroomJones said it, which Prestige Steel Buildings quoted for $66,351 (net HST) without interior works such as fixtures, plumbing and electricity. The pavilion was quoted as $74,158 (net HST) over the allocated $45,516reads a statement fro, creating a buffer of approximately $49,210 for the interior works of the washroom.