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Tender awarded for arena roof work

by Patrick Raftis

MAPLETON - A Grand Valley company has been awarded a $75,000 tender for repairs to the roof of the PMD arena in Drayton.

At the Oct. 24 meeting, township council approved the tender of Grand Valley Roofing and Coating Inc. for the project. The company’s bid of $75,700 was the lowest of five qualified bids for the project, with eligible bids ranging up to $97,100. Two non-compliant bids were also received for the project.

In a report to council public works director Sam Mattina stated the anticipated start time for the project is early November, with completion anticipated within about 10 working days, weather permitting.

Capital funding of $75,000 for the roof repairs was approved through the 2017 budget process. The $700 budget shortfall will be covered using unexpended funds from the replacement of a brine pump at the arena, which came in under budget, Mattina explained.


November 10, 2017


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