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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Minister of Highways and
Public Works
REPORT FOR DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1974/75
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1975
  To Colonel the Honourable Walter Stewart Owen, Q.C, LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of the Department
of Public Works for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1975, in compliance with the
provisions of the Public Works Act.
ALEX. V. FRASER
Minister of Highways and Public Works
Office of the Minister of Highways and Public Works,
Parliament Buildings, December 31, 1974.
  "We must lead, not follow."
—Department of Public Works.
  INDEX
PA<jn
Report of the Deputy Minister  8
Report of the Director, Safety Engineering Services Division  9
Report of the Chief Boiler Inspector  10
Report of the Chief Gas Inspector  12
Report of the Chief Electrical Inspector  14
Report of the Comptroller of Expenditure  17
Tenders Received and Contracts Awarded for Buildings  27
 REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER
The Honourable Alex. V. Fraser,
Minister of Highways and Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir:
I have the honour to submit for your consideration the Annual Report of the
Department for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1975.
This Report covers statutory requirements to be presented at the sitting of the
Legislature and includes the Report of the Safety Engineering Division, Report of
the Comptroller of Expenditure, and Major Tenders Received and Contracts
Awarded for Buildings.
Respectfully submitted,
GEORGE L. GILES, f.r.a.i.c.
Deputy Minister of Public Works
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,   1974/75
E 9
REPORT OF THE  DIRECTOR,  SAFETY  ENGINEERING
SERVICES  DIVISION
The Safety Engineering Services Division has as its primary objective the provision of a safe environment for the citizens of British Columbia in the disciplines of
boiler and pressure vessels, electricity, and gas.
The objectives of the Division are achieved through educational standards
development and inspectional programming. Specific branch activities include
survey of plans and designs to ensure conformance with adopted safety standards,
examination and certification of persons and equipment, investigations of accidents
and fires, installation inspections, and educational functions which include standards
development meetings, code seminars, and dissemination of information on new
and amended safety requirements. In recognition of the changing needs of society
and in response to the recommendations of a commissioned inquiry chaired by Dr.
Hugh Keenleyside, the staff within the branches devoted considerable effort during
the year toward updating service-oriented programming.
To ensure the services are delivered in the most efficient and effective manner,
decentralization was continued. The inspection staff complement in outlying areas
was increased by some 30 individuals. The groundwork was also laid for improving information services on safety for the industry and the general public. Following are selected statistical data for 1974/75:
Inspections conducted   189,240
Work permits issued   123,079
Equipment certified   5,121
Examinations given   6,529
Individuals or contractors certified   13,871
Investigations conducted   151
Plans examined or designs surveyed  8,389
Meetings or seminars conducted   1501
Written recommendations and reports on defects and hazards „_. 70,000!
1 Approximate.
G. W. Lawson
Director
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
REPORT OF THE CHIEF  BOILER  INSPECTOR
Our Branch has the responsibility to enforce the Boiler and Pressure Vessel
Act, ensuring the safety of pressure plant equipment and the public.
Our efforts for the year have been particularly directed at further developing
consistent and uniform application of the codes and standards embodied in our Act
and regulations. In carrying out the task, we have attempted to serve all persons
equally with fairness and in the most expeditious and economical way, and in the
deployment of staff we are planning some further decentralization.
Experience during the past year, involving our investigations and meetings,
show where a number of changes in our approaches to the control of potential
hazards and the elimination of hazards need to be considered. The considerations
will involve reorganization of our Branch, include new roles for personnel, new
systems, methods, and procedures. Undoubtedly we will need to develop new
approaches to evolve an efficient effective service to the public. In addition there
will likely be new tasks and activities with the continuous expansion of plants and
equipment.
The demands for our services have taxed all members of our staff many times
beyond reasonable limits, especially the supervisors. It would be an act of omission not to include a sincere thank you to all of the staff for the way they have performed their duties.
During the year, many meetings of review and standardization boards were held,
mainly to develop an effective way to meet with as broad a representation of the
effected community as possible and afford a means for complete communication
with them in restructuring of our Act and regulations. These efforts are also continuing and will be complemented, we hope, by a flow of related information to
the public.
Activity graphs are attached.
We made 26 investigations into the more serious incidents and have full reports on file.   There were no deaths nor serious damages during the year.
B. W. Cole, P.Eng.
Chief Boiler Inspector
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,   1974/75
E  11
71/72 72/73 73/74
EXAMINATIONS GIVEN
72/73 7.1/74
PLANS SURVEY
71/72 72/73 73/74 74/75
IND. AND CONT. CERTIFICATES
72/73 7.3/74
INSPECTIONS
71/72
72/73 73/74
PERMITS
 E  12 BRITISH COLUMBIA
REPORT OF THE CHIEF GAS  INSPECTOR
The work of the Gas Branch remained at a high level during the past year
and, with the acquisition of seven additional gas inspectors, the service to the industry and the public has been improved. The inspection service has also been
upgraded and made more effective with a decentralizing of the activities within the
Branch and providing a Regional Inspector for seven general areas covering the
whole of the Province.
The offices where the inspection staff has been increased by one more inspector
are as follows: Kamloops, Nelson, Kelowna, Abbotsford, New Westminster, Williams Lake (new office), and Vancouver.
There were no changes to the Gas Act or to the regulations this past year, but
changes to both the Act and regulations are contemplated for next year.
Gas service will be extended into the municipalities of Salmo, Fruitvale, and
Montrose sometime this summer.
The Gas Inspection Branch investigated 18 fires, which were generally of a
minor nature, although one fire that was investigated had caused one fatality, but
natural gas was not the cause.
There were three explosions to equipment that were investigated, one of which
was a result of tampering with the equipment and the other two by failure of controls to function safely.
In most of the activities of the Branch there was an increase over the work
load of the previous year; however, the number of permits issued for the current
year was down about 8 per cent over the past year as a result of the downturn in
new construction.
Summary of Work, 1974/75
New designs checked     2,890
Appliance certifications     1,750
Gas permits (all municipalities)   30,340
Gas-fitter examinations         380
Gas-fitter licences issued         268
Gas-fitter licences renewed      2,491
Gas contractor licences issued        106
Gas contractor licences renewed        785
Inspections (all types)   72,000
Special investigations   48
Number of meetings conducted (including regional meetings) .... 16
W. R. Montgomery, P.Eng.
Chief Gas Inspector
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75
E  13
maior activity charts
GAS INSPECTION BRANCH
(Comparison with previous years)
2.900
2,800
2,700
2,600
2,500
2,400
2,300
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1,800
1,700
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1.600
1,500
4%  increase in new designs
approved.
8%   increase  in   number  of
gas-fitter licences issued.
3% increase in number of
appliances certified (field
approval).
71/72
72/73
74/75
24,000
22.000
20,000
8% decrease in number of
permits issued for all municipalities.
71/72
72/73
73/74
74/75
 E 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA
REPORT OF THE CHIEF  ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR
While many industries throughout the Province experienced reduced activity
throughout the year, activity in the construction industry remained at a high level.
Available statistics regarding the value of building permits issued throughout the
Province during this fiscal year indicate construction totalled approximately
$1,130,500,000, an increase of more than $26,157,000 over the previous fiscal
year.
The number of examinations held totalled 708, an increase of 16 per cent over
the previous year. Certificates of competency for electrical contractors issued
throughout the year totalled 2,739, a statistically insignificant decrease of 1 per cent
over the previous year.   Distribution of these certificates was as follows:
A—249
B—388
C—414
PA—312
PB—446
PC—688
RA— 11
RB— 18
RC—213
The number of electrical permits issued by the Branch totalled 92,452, a decrease of 14 per cent over the previous year. In view of the increase in total dollar
value of building permits issued, an increase in the average value per installation
is indicated. An increase in the inspectional staff during the year permitted an
increase in the number of inspections carried out to 83,752, an increase of 17 per
cent over the previous fiscal year.
Treasury Board approval for a staff increase of 20 electrical inspectors was
received in November 1974. Competitions were held and 14 new inspectors were
hired before the end of the fiscal year.
Through a change in emphasis the number of applications for certification of
equipment increased to 1,446, an increase of 26 per cent over the previous year.
The number of individual items decreased to 3,371 from 4,464 during the previous
year.
A. R. Luck, P.Eng.
(Acting) Chief Electrical Inspector
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75
ELECTRICAL BRANCH STATISTICS
PERMITS ISSUED INSPECTIONS
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 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75
E  17
REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF  EXPENDITURE
The following pages present in detail the expenditures relating to the construction, alterations, and repairs on the various Government buildings and institutions, etc., coming under the management, charge, and direction of the Minister of
Highways and Public Works.
A. E. Rhodes
Comptroller of Expenditure
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE, FISCAL YEAR 1974/75
Administration and Maintenance Votes
(For details, see Public Accounts)
$
Vote 219—Minister's Office     84,876.90
Vote 220—Administration         814,285.80
Vote 221—Government Buildings    (gross)  23,051,967.60
Vote 223—Rentals  (gross)   12,055,880.79
Vote 224—Safety Inspection Division         2,310,966.71
Less credits—■
Items recovered from the Department of Education re technical and
vocational schools (Government Buildings Vote)      3,757,844.04
Items recovered re Textbook Branch, commissions, etc. (Rentals Vote)       114,618.12
34,445,515.64
CAPITAL VOTES
Vote 222—Construction of Provincial Buildings (see expenditure by building)
 (gross)  41,235,738.00
Vote 22455—British Columbia Building  (Vancouver)  Special Fund, Revenue
Surplus Appropriation Act 1969     5,082,031.29
Less credits—Items, recovered from Department of Education re technical
and vocational schools      4,439,568.63
41,878,200.66
SUMMARY
Gross expenditure, Department of Public Works—
Administration and maintenance     38,317,977.80
Capital     46,317,769.29
Gross expenditure     84,635,747.09
Less credits—
Maintenance         3,872,462.16
Capital      4,439,568.63
Net expenditure       76,323,716.30
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Project
1-2-B
1-5-B1
631-B
5-0-B1
36-55-B1
759-B
26-6-B1
30-1-Bl
122-5-B1
1-22-B1
11-0
11-5-B1
11-8-B1
11-10-B1
11-31-B
11-33-B1
39-B-62
20-0-B1
20-29-B2
20-50-B1
20-28-B1
92-15-B1
20-27-B1
539-B
656-B
748-B
20-103-B1
48-0
34-0-B1
46-9-B1
36-0
702-B
41-3-B1
705-B
707-B
51-0
51-4-B1
52-0
5-B-121
5-B-138
5-B-143
5-B-146
12-0-B1
12-3-B3
12-10-B1
12-15-B1
12-16-B1
12-54-B1
12-63-B1
6-B-39
14-0-B1
14-54-B1
14-71-B1
VOTE 222—CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS
Description Expenditure
Abbotsford— $
Government  building   (renovations)   63,271.70
Poultry-testing station (laying-house)   54,919.63
Fraser Valley Trout Hatchery    669,184.55
Allison Pass—Highways establishment     35,049.78
Atchelitz Creek—Tourist rest and information centre   3,284.41
Barriere—Highways maintenance establishment _   2,592.11
Bella Coola—Highways residence     24,572.25
Blue River—Highways equipment building  55,031.43
Bob Quinn Lake—Highways maintenance establishment   848,535.96
Bradner—Tourist rest and information centre     9,737.93
Burnaby—
Lower Mainland Regional Correctional Centre—
Power supply system     940.97
Sprinkler system   4,319.79
Hospital unit  66.95
Isolation cells       6,477.70
Women's main building     43,563.15
Boiler room   3,485.87
Roads     4,764.29
West Complex, Willingdon Ave. (electrical distribution system) .... 105,705.84
Girls' Industrial School Complex, Willingdon Ave.   1,257.23
Dairy Laboratory, Willingdon Ave.   12,716.60
Mental health centre, in-patient unit  115,118.25
Workshop building, New Haven Correctional Centre   37,446.97
Youth development centre, central heating plant    18,268.23
Youth development centre   7,799.01
Motor-vehicle inspection station    13,248.05
Dogwood Lodge (formerly personal care home)    210,819.27
Dogwood Lodge (landscaping)        231.47
Cassiar—Purchase of property   10,000.00
Charlie Lake—Department of Mines establishment (site works) .... 321.56
Chetwynd—Weighmaster's residence   4,559.57
Chilliwack—Purchase of property     53,693.57
Clinton—Government Agent's residence     8,168.02
Courtenay—Highways office building      2,861.87
Creston—Wildlife management area administration _     920.03
Dawson Creek—Provincial Government buildings   464,152.16
Duncan—
Purchase of property __     140,000.00
Courthouse (replacement of roof)   18,793.47
Enderby—Purchase of property   90,909.76
Essondale—
Structural alterations, Zone 3       90,311.49
Riverview—
West Lawn buildings (renovations, Phase 2) (Credit) 434.00
Fire protection and escapes     9,922.90
Conversion of boiler plant  33,790.09
Essondale area (sewer and pumping work)   45,070.14
Riverview Hospital (site works)   63,468.03
East Lawn Building (renovations)   _   10,495.57
Pennington Hall (renovations)      47,517.86
Minicare units     9,814.72
Patients' residences   .(Credit) 62.7/
Laundry, Essondale (preliminary design costs)   102,413.18
Colony Farm—■
Riverside Building (alterations and extensions)   75,073.29
Drainage and dyke improvements    94,239.02
Dairy building          214,192.03
Cow barn     96,633.95
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75
E  19
VOTE 222—CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS—Continued
Project                                                             Description Expenditure
Fernie— $
54-1-B1                   Government office building and courthouse   2,169.27
54-6-B1                 Highways maintenance establishment   701,351.14
130-12            Fort St. James—Office alterations     _ 6,384.85
708-B             Fort St. John—Provincial Government buildings  974,350.34
59-2-B1          Ganges—Provincial Government building (court room)    3,233.23
General—
289-B                      General expenses     _ 1,005,098.47
289-B-l                  Wages and expenses (casual design staff)    1,588,123.54
289-B-2                  Furnishings (for rental and leased buildings)    638,518.48
289-B-3                  Provincial Art Collection     319,939.76
289-B-4                  Projects Art     76,930.41
384-B                     Various Government buildings (grounds improvements)   54,536.16
Planned/Proposed Projects—
Abbotsford—
1-2-0                                       Provincial Government buildings (irrigation)    585.92
1-14                                        2539 Mont Vue (renovations)    739.07
4-0-2                               Shelter Bay—Sewage complex     212.12
5-0                                  Allison Pass Highways camp   33.60
5-22                                Manning Park Recreation and Conservation Lodge (heating and plumbing renovations)   367.80
Haney—
10-0/3                                    Correctional Centre (sewage disposal)    1,158.19
10-50                                      Woodlands Recreation Building (new)   1,271.83
Essondale—
12-0/2                                    Frontage road, Riverview   ..... 3,515.21
12-4                                         Centre Lawn, Riverview (renovations)   159.11
12-6                                      Crease Clinic    1,381.72
12-14                                      North Lawn Building, Riverview   985.95
12-17                                      Riverside Building, Riverview   179.97
13-0/3 Woodlands   site   works,   Queens   Park   (secondary
access road and parking)   1,521.01
13-1                                      Woodlands School   40.15
13-4-3                                     Woodlands School (water pressures)   186.94
13-8/3                                    Woodlands School, Queens Park underground (electrical ducts)      719.41
13-61                                      Woodlands, Queens Park Hospital Building   601.76
14-90                                      Colony Farm (pole-type sheep barn)  1,073.77
15-0                                        20-bed units, landscaping   2,384.10
15-55/2                          Tranquille distribution conversion   434.73
15-92                              Landscaping and site work, Tranquille School  238.30
Vancouver—
16-1                                        Courthouse, Postal Branch  221.75
16-8                                        Jericho Hill Auditorium      3,727.50
16-20                                      B.C. Government Services Centre  94.21
16-27                                      635 Burrard St. (fire alarm)   167.11
16-42, 43                                Pearson Hospital (new kitchen and renovations, dietary cafeteria)   2,059.09
16-112                                    Public Safety Building (UBC proposed)   1,798.15
16-152                                    Jericho Hill School—Covered play area  1,718.34
16-172 Jericho Hill School—Maintenance facility, D.P.W.,
and laundry    10,073.83
16-173                            North Vancouver Transit Terminal   3,240.26
16-178 University Endowment Lands (club house), Department
of Lands  2,267.22
16-179                            Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal    555.09
16-181 Vancouver    Airport—Aircraft    building    (renovations,
BCVS)      14,754.32
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
VOTE 222—CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS—Continued
Project
17-0
17-0-28
17-0-89
17-1
17-12
17-15
17-22
17-26
17-33/3
17-55
17-89
18-6
18-21
19-0/2
19-0/3
19-7
19-8
19-29
19-41
19-45
19-49/2
19-55
19-73
19-84
19-100
19-104
19-128
19-131
19-133, 134
19-136
19-137
19-138
19-142
19-143
19-145
19-156
19-160
19-224
19-227
19-228
20-16
20-18
20-48
20-108-B1
20-0
32-21,31
33-5
33-21
Description
General—Continued
Planned/Proposed Projects—Continued
Kamloops—■
Regional Correctional Centre (trailer power)	
Personal Care Home (grounds and lighting)	
Motor-vehicle testing station (landscaping)	
Central heat distribution extension	
Public Health 	
Courthouse   	
Predator control   	
Government Precinct model 	
Cariboo College (lawns and irrigation)	
Gaol and site plan  	
Motor-vehicle   testing   station   and  drivers'   testing
centre 	
Vernon—
Dellview Hospital (renovations) 	
Public Health Centre 	
Victoria—
Government buildings (burglar and fire alarms) ....
Cuthbert Holmes Park (landscaping)	
Douglas Building—Third Floor (relighting)	
Douglas Building (central heating plant alterations)
Helmcken House Museum 	
Information Photo Laboratory, Menzies St.	
Potlatch House, Thunderbird Park	
Government House (swimming-pool) 	
Government House (new tea house)	
Dogwood Building (convert to underground electrical service) 	
Temple Building (convert to underground electrical
service)    	
Carving-shed, Thunderbird Park	
Motor-vehicle inspection station 	
B.C. Resources Building   	
Viewfield Road (totem storage) 	
St. Ann's   	
Provincial Government office building, Courtney and
Blanshard Sts.     	
Trutch St. (fire alarm)  	
Alterations to Spencer House	
Lands Reproduction Centre 	
Town and Country Transit	
Acoustical insulation, 466 Superior St.	
Day care centre (proposed)  	
Craigflower School  	
Service Centre, Oak St., Cloverdale Rd	
Highways—Saanich Office 	
Point Ellis House  	
Burnaby—
BCVS Industrial Instrumentation Laboratory	
BCIT Cafeteria   	
Library (base alterations) 	
Bunkhouse 	
Vancouver Island Youth Centre  (Brannen Lake)   (sewage disposal)  	
Campbell River—Fish and Wildlife storage	
Castlegar—
Guardrail building   	
LCB Store (air-conditioning) 	
Expenditure
32.78
200.21
29.31
1,173.16
9,136.97
36.60
754.53
1,694.99
247.16
1,901.22
35,199.84
4,313.41
1,491.88
33.60
160.98
9.91
1,304.02
143.48
285.55
2,412.10
1,000.42
1,573.10
1,644.01
809.08
1,484.31
4,618.19
149,494.23
4,532.29
83,962.91
164,369.03
83.17
4,104.77
21,538.31
1,192.87
193.76
2,245.86
222.63
283.96
1,151.95
39.87
1,409.57
33,680.63
176.65
105.04
311.27
1,119.00
224.19
179.03
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75
E 21
VOTE 222—CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS—Continued
Project Description
General—Continued
Planned/Proposed Projects—Continued
Chilliwack—
36-0-1 Courthouse (irrigation) 	
36-1 Courthouse 	
36-51 BCVS   	
Surrey—
38-61 Motor-vehicle testing station   	
38-63 Highways establishment, Pike Rd. 	
38-69                              Cloverdale—LCB conversion to Courthouse and Sheriff's
quarters 	
Colquitz—
39-0 Tillicum Lodge (drainage and sewage)	
39-0/3 Water, looping of mains	
39-0-19 Tillicum Lodge (drainage) 	
39-2 Wilkinson Rd. (alterations) 	
39-10 Glendale Lodge  (heating plant, maintenance shop,
millwork)    	
39-19/2 Tillicum Lodge (fire-alarm system)	
39-20/2 Glendale Lodge (fire-alarm system)	
41-1 Courtenay Courthouse (air-conditioning) 	
42-0/3 Fort Steele (electrical distribution)	
42-22 Cranbrook (storage, Recreation and Conservation)	
43-0 Salmo-Creston, Highways camp (diesel generator) 	
43-3 Creston—Court facilities  ;	
44-51 Hornby Island—Medical clinic  	
46-10 Chetwynd—Double-width trailer  	
47-4 Dease Lake—Highways equipment building  	
51-11 Duncan—Motor-vehicle inspection station  	
52-2 Enderby—Highways establishment 	
58-31 Fort Nelson—Weigh-scale station	
59-4                                Ganges, Saltspring Island—Highways maintenance buildings     	
Golden—
61-0/3 Approach roads, sprinkler and irrigation	
61-21/3 Information centre (landscaping) 	
67-22 Hope—Salt shed 	
78-1 Langford—Highways Mechanical Shop (relighting)	
83-8 Merritt—Provincial Government office building	
84-1 Mission—Provincial Government building (irrigation)....
89-52 Cassidy—Highways establishment  	
89-0 Departure Bay—Terminal landscaping 	
Nanaimo—
89-1 Courthouse  (renovations)  	
89-54 Fish and Wildlife storage 	
89-55 Public Health Building 	
Nelson—
90-0/3 Arterial highway irrigation	
90-1 Courthouse restoration 	
90-13 BCVS (electrical substation) 	
90-74 Storage, Recreation and Conservation  	
90-75 Highways maintenance establishment 	
91-15 New Denver—Highways maintenance building 	
New Haven—
92-0 Regional Correction Centre, Burnaby  	
92-0-1 Electrical distribution   	
92-8-1 Correctional Centre (fire-alarm system)	
101-0/3 Swartz Bay—Terminal landscaping 	
102-1 Revelstoke—Courthouse, Phase 3    	
103-1 Pouce Coupe—Courthouse and office building	
Expenditure
$
499.50
8,029.67
2,046.25
53.21
12,632.61
4,093.03
139.47
1,237.88
77.70
1,677.85
190.43
439.65
95.63
1,240.19
1,575.32
3,570.84
69.72
774.33
367.90
79.59
10.01
922.41
425.89
30.05
50.02
11.95
2,417.69
70.31
288.10
802.61
1,730.95
346.26
337.69
151.13
1,232.19
4,073.30
1,619.26
4,616.39
47.40
1,271.95
30,875.22
128.73
1,068.42
488.66
444.75
260.19
292.96
2,025.24
 E 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA
VOTE 222—CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS—Continued
Project                                                             Description Expenditure
General—Continued $
Planned/Proposed Projects—Continued
Prince George—
106-0                                      Library Commission (landscaping)   42.00
106-33                                    Library Commission  _"_    1,338.85
106-35                                    Public Health   1,425.03
Prince Rupert—
107-13                                    Conversion of LCB to Land Registry  632.94
107-14                                    Portable dental unit    202.13
110-17                            Quesnel—Weigh-scale      372.32
Revelstoke—
112-0/3                                  Approach roads, sprinkler and irrigation  11.95
112-0-6 Highways, 50 Mile Mica Creek Camp  (water and
sewer)     98.88
112-0-6 Highways, 50 Mile Mica Creek Camp (purchase of
diesels)     42.00
112-1                                       Courthouse, Phase 3     2,668.31
113-0-1                            Rossland—Courthouse (landscaping)   517.80
114-0/3                           Rayleigh—Correction camp     292.92
Smithers—
118-11                                    Fish and Wildlife storage   22.13
118-12 Provincial   Government  building   (landscaping   and
irrigation)     194.74
122-7                               Meziadin Lake—Highways 20-man camp   1,344.81
Terrace—
126-24                                    Vocational School (dormitory alterations)   189.36
126-50                                       Senior citizen housing     240.72
126-51                                     Public Health building     3,823.76
126-63                                     Intermediate care home (75-bed)   6,947.93
126-64                                    Laundry     973.59
130-11                            Fort St. James—Public Health building   211.90
132-10                            Syringa Creek—New workshop, Recreation and Conservation   30.32
134-2                              Trail—Provincial Government office building    8.86
Williams Lake—
135-0/8                                     Provincial building (screen fencing)      199.73
135-16                                    Predator control, laboratory, and storage     9,820.29
135-31                                    Weigh-scale station   796.18
141-3                               Ucluelet—Government Agency   185.80
200-5                               100 Mile House—Government office building   150.06
200-6                              Likely—Highways equipment building _.   1,129.91
200-7                              Bridge Lake—Highways building    2,124.01
200-21                             100 Mile House—Salt shed, Highways maintenance establishment  112.69
Essondale—
214-8                                      Valleyview Hospital (renovations)    10,028.69
214-9                                       Valleyview (300-bed unit)   3,663.17
Golden—
61-9-B1                  Highways residence     1,289.23
61-21                      Visitor reception centre   234,907.26
729-B                     Highways maintenance establishment   224.89
62-5-B1          Grand Forks—Highways maintenance establishment  6,315.79
67-32-B1        Haig—Weigh-scale station .       3,067.03
Haney—
10-0-B1                  Alouette River Unit (site works)     1,013.81
10-31-B1                Correctional Centre       36,117.17
67-21-B1        Hope—Highways establishment     167.22
28-51-B1        Houston—Temporary community centre (relocatable prefabricated
units)      56,050.09
70-1-B1          Invermere—Provincial Government buildings   35,848.67
69-2-B1          Jordan River—Correctional Centre         213,060.58
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E 23
VOTE 222—CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS—Continued
Project                                                                 Description Expenditure
Kamloops— $
10-B-56                  Structural alterations, Zone 4      79,148.59
17-0-B1                  Site development, roads and services, Columbia St.   3,590.15
17-0-B2                  Site development, Notre Dame Rd.     2,848.47
17-14-B1                Land Registry Office     19,208.88
17-28-B1                Personal care home (Ponderosa)   541,235.98
17-68-B1                Bunkers (former National Defence site)   6,454.38
17-101-B1              Rancher Motel    87,600.34
17-507-B1              Aircraft hangar    12,911.87
733-B-2                  Regional Correctional Centre, recreational building   3,127.54
743-B                      Public Works maintenance building      552,797.93
71-3-B1          Kaslo—Equipment storage building    336,577.07
72-1                Kelowna—Courthouse   11,471.94
Kimberley—
73-3-B1                  Provincial Government buildings, Phase 2     3,600.42
760-B                      Provincial Government buildings, Phase 1    13,237.63
79-2-B1          Lillooet—Highways maintenance establishment (replacing of heating system)       5,624.30
17-122-B1      Logan Lake—Highways equipment building     63,136.96
735-B             Lytton—Court facilities   5,083.67
110-71-B1      McLeese Lake—Highways equipment building —   24,290.45
122-4              Meziadin Lake—Highways maintenance building   115,050.11
Nanaimo—
29-5-B1                  Island Youth Centre (duplex residence)   50,102.21
29-11-B1                Island Youth Centre (maintenance building)   20,286.38
711-B                      Motor-vehicle inspection station   28,669.75
Nelson—
90-0                        Purchase of property   70,629.28
90-2-B1                  Forestry building   290,365.89
90-9-B1                  Selkirk College     92.55
641-B                     Structural alterations, Zone 5   68,192.08
698-B                       Provincial Government building   400,473.44
New Denver—
91-7                        Youth Centre     18,241.06
91-10-B1                 Pavilion Building       1,853.88
519-B                      Dormitory alterations (Credit) 240.00
728-B                      Highways maintenance establishment     39,257.62
93-0                New Westminster—Purchase of property      500,000.00
Woodlands School—
7-B-26                            Motor Transport building   26.31
7-B-51                            Fire-alarm system    (Credit) 22.22
7-B-57                            Ventilation to 100-bed units     5,409.86
7-B-58                              Academic and activity buildings   378,512.28
7-B-61                              Fraserview Building  (ventilation)    1,152.81
13-2-B1                            Swimming-pool     346.70
13-21-B1                        Fraserview Building      146,195.48
746-B                       Courthouse (renovations)   11,470.29
16-32-B1        North Vancouver—Highways District Office (renovations)   1,759.09
96-0                Oliver—Purchase of property     60.000.00
Penticton—
102-6-B1                Highways establishment     1,052.74
102-10-B1              Provincial Government annex       10,869.60
761-B                     Provincial Government building        4.282.10
461-B-l          Port Alberni—Government buildings (renovations)   590.78
115-9-B1        Port Hardy—Purchase of trailer (for Probation Officer) . 4,043.06
103-21-B1      Pouce Coupe—Weigh-scale station       142,266.78
715-B             Powell River—Provincial Government building ... 86,766.39
Prince George—
106-6-B1                Regional Correction Centre (sewage treatment plant)   35,429.59
106-14-B1              Weigh-scale station     142.952.13
 E 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
VOTE 222—CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS—Continued
Project Description Expenditure
Prince George—Continued $
106-51-B1              Public Works maintenance building  387,486.49
106-1-B1                Courthouse (reroofing)   2,330.09
201-B-2                  Courthouse (roads and paving)   6,162.00
479-B                     Structural alterations, Zone 6   78,505.81
Prince Rupert—
107-0                      Purchase of property  155,228.90
107-1-B1                Courthouse (renovations)   41,766.01
107-3-B1                Forestry building   47,287.19
107-51-B1              Highways establishment (conversion to housing purposes)   15,720.88
110-B1            Quesnel—Government building (reroofing)   17,492.41
452-B1            Revelstoke—Courthouse (renovations)    14,767.93
611-B             Richmond—Motor-vehicle inspection station   58.60
113-1-B1        Rossland—Courthouse and Government offices   14,119.73
10-0-B2 Ruskin—Women's Detention Camp  (sewage disposal system and
site works)    5,664.43
126-71-B1      Salvus—Camp relocation   26,082.42
4-2-B1            Shelter Bay—Ferry crew accommodation   12,860.14
688-B             Smithers—Provincial Government building    268,428.82
54-21-B1        Sparwood—Highways equipment storage building  264,779.59
122-4-B1        Stewart—Highways maintenance establishment   4,035.08
142-1-B1         Summerland—Fish hatchery (effluent outfall)   17,618.27
47-3-B1          Tatogga Lake—Highways equipment building   197,257.99
Terrace—
126-0                      Purchase of property   408,764.70
126-10-B1              Skeenaview Hospital (minor renovations)   253.32
126-49-B1              Weighmaster's residence   42,478.90
Tranquille School—
10-B-12                  Water supply and sewage disposal   17,473.14
10-B-57                  Fire-alarm system  (Credit) 1,400.00
10-B-60                  Fire escapes, Greaves Building   5,770.00
10-B-61                   100-bed unit     379,991.33
15-20-B1                East Pavilion (alterations)   76.00
15-48-B1                 Barn complex     86,186.37
15-67-B1                 Sage Building (roofing)   19,435.54
4-4                  Trout Lake—Highways maintenance establishment  134,680.73
712-B             Valemount—Court facilities   4,354.95
Vancouver—
16-0                        Purchase of property     1,066,197.11
Jericho Hill School—
16-3-B1                          Fire-alarm system     123,637.24
16-3-B2                          Boiler plant      3,171.57
16-110-B1                      Site works     44,772.82
79-B-15                          Principal's residence   170.93
79-B-16                          Kitchen-dining, infirmary building   10,356.32
79-B-18                          Centennial gymnasium   34,628.90
16-26-B1                Elevator replacement, 411 Dunsmuir St.   1,867.32
16-31-B1                Motor-vehicle inspection station (renovations)    414,024.82
Pearson Hospital—
16-39-B2                        Boiler plant   160,830.51
16-39-B3                        Site works     54,609.25
89-B-3                    Provincial Health Building (renovations)   16,140.23
408-B                      Structural alterations, Zone 2     119,479.24
546-B-2                  Willow Chest Centre (renovations)     61,709.75
610-B                      Courthouse (courtroom facilities)   8,129.62
634-B                      British Columbia Building   103,281.71
721-B                     Dogwood Lodge (formerly personal care home)   231,809.66
747-B                      Probation Office and Training Centre, Marpole   5,342.45
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E 25
VOTE 222—CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS—Continued
Project Description
Vernon—
18-0 Purchase of property   	
18-5-B1 Dellview Hospital (modifications and laundry facilities)	
18-1-B1 Provincial Government building and Courthouse 	
617-B-l Provincial building (landscaping)  	
Victoria—
Vancouver Island Regional Correctional Centre, Phase IV 	
Purchase of property 	
Finance Building (alterations)   	
Douglas Building (renovations)   	
Parliament Buildings (Precinct fire-alarm system) 	
Mines and Petroleum Resources (analytical laboratory) 	
No. 4 Temporary Building, 544 Michigan St. (renovations) ....
Data Processing Centre, Menzies St., Motor-vehicle Building
Government House (renovations) 	
Law Courts Building extension	
British Columbia Museum Complex (salt-water system) 	
Office building, Pandora Ave. and Blanshard St. 	
Data Processing Centre, 914 Yates St. (renovations)  	
St. Ann's Academy (see also Planned/Proposed Project) 	
Braca Building (renovations)   	
Spencer House (furnishings) 	
Dowell Building, 1113-1121 Wharf St. (renovations) 	
Office building, Blanshard St. and Burdett Ave. 	
Times-Colonist Building   	
Highways establishments, various locations  (motorized overhead doors)   	
Mobile homes and trailers (various zones)	
Glendale Laundry 	
Langford Highways establishment (paint spray room) 	
Sidney—Purchase of property
9-B-19
19-0
19-4-B1
19-7-B1
19-8-B2
19-33-B1
19-34-B1
19-35-B1
19-49-B1
19-83-B1
19-96-B1
19-103-B1
19-129-B1
19-134-B1
19-135-B1
19-138-B2
19-141-B1
19-144-B1
19-146-B1
19-489-B1
19-499-B
39-10-B1
78-3-B1
101-0
101-1-B1
101-4-B1
211-B-l
292-B
385-B
486-B
518-B
554-B
601-B-2
629-B
690-B
722-B
731-B
738-B
146-1-B1
137-1-B1
20-19-B1
20-23-B1
20-23-B2
20-53-B1
20-107-B1
401-B-2
401-B-7
401-B-9
Patricia Bay Airport, Hangar 1 (alterations and additions)
Highways establishment, Keating Cross Rd. 	
Materials testing laboratory 	
Structural alterations, Zone 1  	
Parliament Buildings (parking facilities)    .
British Columbia Museum and Archives Building 	
Dogwood Building, 1019 Wharf St.   	
Glendale Lodge (formerly Glendale Hospital) 	
International Airport (roof repairs, hangars) 	
Windermere Building (roofing, parapets, and renovations)
Parliament Buildings (renovations)  	
Tillicum Lodge (formerly personal care home)   	
Cafeteria (renovations)   	
Provincial Government Service Centre  	
Whistler—Highways equipment building   	
Yahk—Weigh-scale station   	
British Columbia Institute of Technology, Burnaby—
Classroom Administration Building 	
Central heating plant   	
Emergency lighting systems 	
Administration,  seven huts  (portable classroom and  similar
units)  ; 	
Classroom Laboratory Building   	
Library 	
Roads and ancillary site work 	
Addition to Food Training Centre 	
Expenditure
$
75,771.73
31,731.71
11,896.23
85,831.90
11,770.02
6,828,465.67
115,964.18
583,932.15
29,561.00
67,784.26
94,687.85
3,293.28
102,491.35
57,535.86
3,487.10
1,349,334.10
522,005.78
72,956.59
72,998.84
6,939.18
141,592.31
204,194.16
510,998.83
49,882.96
30,453.91
561,654.12
37,711.73
186,317.92
34,596.94
115,661.15
3,484.22
164,181.87
10,096.94
795,538.84
6,766.15
14,124.96
8,154.98
1,222.78
3,217,053.61
41,744.73
499.22
33,174.57
103,353.09
98,730.02
249,618.42
75,431.86
297.40
211,853.32
645,339.64
116,018.28
34,171.96
8,275.91
 E 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA
VOTE 222—CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS—Continued
Project                                                             Description Expenditure
British Columbia Vocational School, Burnaby— $
20-104-B1              Ironworker's Shop   7,313.42
20-105-B                Multidiscipline buildings   2,966,764.76
299-B-8                  Horticultural Building   516.84
620-B-l British   Columbia   Vocational   School,   Kamloops—Workshops,
classrooms, and administration  738.10
British Columbia Vocational School, Kelowna—
72-7-B1                  Classroom conversion     230.08
72-22-B1                Welding-school   32,124.87
British Columbia Vocational School, Nanaimo—
89-0-B1                  Link enclosure   8,665.00
89-6-B1                  Fire-alarm system     13,011.67
British Columbia Vocational School, Nelson—
90-13-B1                Electrical underground systems   34,833.48
90-25-B1                Kootenay School of Arts   5,020.81
429-B-l                  Central Receiving and Stores Depot (including site works) _ 16,551.45
312-B-2          British Columbia Vocational School, Prince George—Alterations to
welding-shop  1,865.12
British Columbia Vocational School, Terrace—
126-21-B1              Workshop building  1,188.70
126-22-B2              Fire-alarm and emergency lighting   10,692.20
407-B-l                  Dormitory and cafeteria   16,642.90
633-B British Columbia Vocational School, Victoria—Workshop complex
(welding-booths)     815.44
Salary adjustment credits  4,010.00
Salary contingency credits (from Vote 70)   5,250.18
41,235,738.00
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75
E 27
MAJOR TENDERS  RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS
AWARDED  FOR BUILDINGS
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
1-5-B1
ABBOTSFORD
Alterations, Laying house, Poultry Test Stations:
$
52,754.00
60,098.00
74,375.00
74,800.00
76,000.00
58,492.00
76,295.00
108,800.00
102,394.00
106,640.00
108,070.00
110,490.00
110,896.00
114,610.00
122,700.00
135,352.00
43,725.00
46,000.00
46,750.00
53,500.00
22,900.00
28,490.00
39,550.00
32,335.00
32,438.00
32,975.00
33,100.00
35,507.81
35,849.00
37,493.44
38,538.12
61,500.00
72,514.00
17,270.00
17,378.00
18,986.00
21,950.00
29,273.00
71,154.00
72,611.00
79,694.00
83,584.00
Awarded.
1-2-B1
Air-conditioning Units, Courthouse:
Awarded.
R. F. Sparrow & Co. Ltd 	
5-0-B1
ALLISON PASS
Water Supply System, Highways Establishment:
20-0-B1
BURNABY
Primary Electrical Distribution, Phase 2,  Willingdon Ave.  West
Complex:
C. H. E. Williams Co. Ltd.                   	
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd. 	
I.C.R. Electric Ltd.      	
223
Alterations, Public Service Commission Offices, 1899 Willingdon
Ave.:
Model Designed Interiors Ltd    ..—
Awarded.
D. C. Festing & Sons Ltd          	
223
Klassen Construction Ltd   	
Alterations,   Family   Courts   and   Probationary   Services   Offices
7983 Edmonds St.:
H. Vau         .      	
223
Carpets, McLaren Centre, 4240 Manor St.:
Hal H. Paradise Ltd                        	
Fred M. Beatty Floors Ltd    .
Alrich Contract Flooring Ltd _	
11-31-B1
Lower Mainland Regional Correctional Centre
Fire Escape, Women's Building:
11-10-B1
Fire Exit Isolation Cells:
223
Burnaby Centre, 4211 Kingsway
Labour Office Carpets:
Hal H. Paradise Ltd.    ...                        	
 E 28 BRITISH COLUMBIA
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
223
BURNABY— Continued
Burnaby Centre, 4211 Kingsway—Continued
Alterations, Second and Third Floors:
$
22,995.00
25,190.00
25,480.00
29,179.00
31,000.00
44,845.00
16,300.00
17,640.00
84,930.00
85,000.00
85,300.00
89,000.00
94,300.00
100,000.00
45,000.00
48,757.00
49,983.00
55,423.00
58,950.00
73,315.00
114,635.00
124,756.00
197,000.00
12,969.00
19,850.00
12,348.00
13,696.00
14,352.00
15,260.00
297,000.00
311,400.00
11,365.00
11,646.00
11,695.00
11,920.00
15,446.00
265,300.00
121,105.00
139,820.00
140,507.63
144,033.00
161,990.00
87,912.00
103,900.00
124,465.00
12,910.00
12,990.00
13,887.00
14,935.00
17,171.00
543,000.00
599,784.00
Awarded.
223
Alterations, First Floor:
Awarded.
223
Additions, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Floors:
Awrrded.
223
Additions, Attorney-General's Office, Plaza Level, Tower 2 (4288
Grange St.):
Awarded.
289-B-2
Acoustic Screens, Second and Third Floors:
B.C Millwork Products Ltd	
Awarded.
748-B
Dogwood Lodge, Willingdon Ave.
Landscaping and Site Works:
Awarded.
748-B
Landscaping:
Awarded.
2O-103-B1
Paging and Music System (Burnaby and Vancouver):
Radio Service Engineers Ltd   —	
Awarded
20-19-B1
British Columbia Institute of Technology
Alterations, Classroom and Administration Building, Phase 1:
Awarded.
211
Additional Ventilation, Basement Storage Area, Cafeteria:
T.M.F. Mechanical Ltd    	
Awarded.
A & A Plumbing & Heating Ltd  	
M & M Sheet Metalworks Ltd 	
20-23-B1
20-23-B1
Services Extension, Central Heating Plant:
Metro Mechanical Co. Ltd..      	
Services Extension, Central Heating Plant (retender):
Not awarded.
Awarded.
A & A Plumbing & Heatinc Ltd ..    ..        ..
401-B2
Mathias & Nicol Custom Contracts Div.  (Mechanical Div.
of Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd.) 	
Flanders Installations Ltd  „ -	
Renovations, Library Lobby:
Awarded.
401-B2
Alterations, Library Basement:
Awarded.
20-1O7-B1
Turnbull & Gale Construction Co. Ltd	
Ballarin Bros. Construction Co. Ltd 	
Classroom and Laboratory Building, BCIT
Precast Concrete (CLB 2):
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75 E 29
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
20-107-B1
BURNABY—Continued
Classroom and Laboratory Building, BCIT—Continued
Underground Mechanical Work (CLB 3):
$
94,983.00
99,389.00
105,978.00
118,500.00
62,590.00
63,632.00
78,397.00
9,860.00
11,137.00
13,645.00
14,310.00
140,619.00
162,200.00
188,683.00
31,829.00
36,593.21
30,351.00
32,240.00
399,650.00
409,600.00
475,218.00
735,400.00
749,962.00
817,502.00
141.582.00
176,593.00
14,556.00
18,185.00
19,406.00
20,248.00
184,440.00
213,900.00
240,550.00
243,158.00
259,000.00
30,414.00
31,243.00
31,730.00
36,800.00
59,000.00
114,198.00
121,202.00
19,636.00
49,000.00
3,878.00
5,995.95
4,240.00
5,975.00
48,628.00
53,700.00
A & A Plumbing & Heating Ltd	
Underground Electrical Work (CLB 4):
C. H. E. Williams Co. Ltd....	
Awardtd.
Hoarding (CLB 1A):
Awarded.
D. C. Festing & Sons Ltd.    ....   _.	
Jepsen Mulder Construction Ltd.
Aluminum Window Wall, Glass, and Glazing (CLB 6):
Awarded.
Contrax Glass & Metals Ltd.
Metal Doors, Door and Window Frames (CLB 8):
Awarded.
Campbell & Grill Ltd.	
Finish Hardware (CLB 9):
Awarded.
Main Electrical (CLB 14):
Awarded.
Eades Electric (B.C.) Ltd 	
Main Mechanical (CLB 13):
Awarded.
Keith Plumbing & Heating Co. Ltd	
A & A Plumbing & Heating Ltd.                                       	
Concrete Topping (CLB 17):
Duron (B.C.) Ltd.
Awarded.
Tile Work (CLB 22):
Star Tile Co. Ltd            	
Awarded.
Metro Tile Co. Ltd „,   	
Metal Studding, Furring, Drywall, Lath and Plaster (CLB 24):
Whitehall Contracting of B.C. Ltd—	
Awarded.
Alpine Drywall & Plastering (B.C.) Ltd 	
Masonry (CLB 26):
Awarded.
20-105-B1
British Columbia Vocational School, Multidiscipline Building
Rough Carpentry (Contract 13):
Awarded.
Concrete Retaining-walls (Contract 14):
Walter Cabott Construction Ltd.  	
Awarded
Outside Drains and Sewers (Contract 15):
Not awarded.
Overhead Doors (Contract 19):
j Awarded.
Washroom Accessories (Contract 24):
Twin Cee Ltd. ..    	
Folding Partitions (Contract 20):
Awarded.
i
[ Awarded.
Steel Lockers (Contract 21):
1
1
 E 30 BRITISH COLUMBIA
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
2O105-B1
BURNABY~Continued
British Columbia Vocational School, Multidiscipline Building
—Continued
Toilet Partitions (Contract 22):
$
13,718.00
16,877.00
19,998.00
177,465.00
194,373.00
163,350.00
129,800.00
129,987.00
135,071.00
136,232.00
141,000.00
145,921.00
31,624.00
48,679.00
52,840.00
10,624.00
11,794.00
11,817.00
12,824.00
57,894.00
106,699.00
15,498.00
22,558.00
42,884.00
28,900.00
31,300.00
24,228.00
28,800.00
212,000.00
38,900.00
49,000.00
52,800.00
47,400.00
223,960.00
235,775.00
254,460.00
295,400.00
331,000.00
50,500.00
57,828.00
Awarded.
Chalk and Tack Boards (Contract 23):
Awarded.
Millwork (Contract 16):
Awarded.
Incomplete.
Painting (Contract 18):
Awarded.
Excel Painting & Decorating Ltd ____ _	
Component Casework (Contract 17):
Creighton Construction Co. Ltd   ____  __	
Acoustical Panel Ceilings (Contract 29):
F. Drexel Co. Ltd  	
Site Works (Contract 25):
Aluminum Doors and Frames (Contract 26):
Pilkington Contract Div, ___ _	
Awarded.
Awarded.
223
Slab and Concrete Toppings (Contract J):
Duron (B.C.) Ltd       ___               	
CHILLIWACK
Alterations to Offices, Highways and Fish and Wildlife, 13b Mill
St.:
Kajob Construction Ltd  	
Awarded.
Awarded.
292-B
COURTENAY
Alterations, Provincial Government Building:
707-B
DAWSON CREEK
Additional Work, Provincial Government Building:
481-B
Exterior Painting, Vocational School:
Keeler Painting & Supplies (1970) Ltd. ...             	
Not awarded.
51-4-B1
DUNCAN
Reroofing, Law Courts Building:
Not awarded.
12-0-B1
ESSONDALE
Reconstruction of Sanitary Sewer:
12-15-B1
Renovations, Pennington Hall, Riverview Hospital:
D. C. Festing & Sons Ltd -	
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75 E 31
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Remarks
14-54-B1
14-7I-B1
54-6-B1
708-B
ESSONDALE—Continued
Alterations, Dairy Building, Colony Farm
Commonwealth Construction Ltd.	
Walter Cabott Construction Ltd	
Seaward Construction Ltd.	
Barn, Colony Farm:
Timm Construction Co. Ltd 	
Seaward Construction Co 	
D. C. Festing & Sons Ltd 	
Bent Construction Ltd  	
FERNIE
Highways Maintenance Establishment:
Boundary Industries Ltd 	
Pacific Coast Construction Co. Ltd.—
Ray Bilt Contractors Ltd  ...„
FORT ST. JOHN
Provincial Government Building
Elevator:
Montgomery Elevator Co. Ltd..
Otis Elevator Co. Ltd _.
Exterior Work:
Cana Construction Co. Ltd	
GOLDEN
Visitor Reception Centre:
Crystal Construction Co. Ltd..
Braniff Construction Ltd	
Klassen Construction Ltd	
Blockheaters and Exterior Lighting, Highways Establishment:
Johnson Electric Corp. Ltd  — .....
HOUSTON
Temporary Community Centre (Treatment Centre):
Atco Structures Ltd	
Fabco, Div. of Neonex Shelter Industries Ltd...
70-1-B1
743-B
17-0-B2
223
17-28-B1
INVERMERE
Alterations, Provincial Government Building:
Deck Electric Ltd   	
17-28-B1
17-0-B1
KAMLOOPS
Public Works Maintenance Building, Phase 3:
Max Daburger Contracting Ltd	
Norspan Building Systems (B.C.) Ltd 	
Wilson & Dalgleish Contracting (1970) Ltd	
Electrical Site Works, Notre Dame Road Complex:
Betts Electric (1974) Ltd. 	
Alterations, Registrar of Voters Office:
Weemac Industries Ltd   	
Wilson & Dalgleish Contracting (1970) Ltd......
Willan Construction Ltd  	
Personal Care Home (Ponderosa Lodge)
Millwork:
Weemac Industries Ltd   	
George's Woodcrafts Ltd   	
Willan Construction Ltd. -.—. 	
Bel-Air Installations Ltd 	
B.C. Millwork Products Ltd	
David Howrie Ltd   	
J. R. Bezanson Ltd     	
Landmark Cabinets Ltd.  	
Drapery:
Valery Black Draperies Ltd.... 	
Wallace Upholstery Ltd 	
City Auto Trim & Upholstering Ltd  	
Landscaping:
Kimoff Landscaping Ltd   	
B.A. Blacktop (Kamloops) Ltd....  ....
235,039.00 | Awarded.
260,282.00 [
500,000.00 j
19,910.00 | Awarded.
21,542.00 |
22,908.00
23.925.00 I
1,176,000.00      Awarded.
1,243,892.00    |
1,271,739.00    |
27,150.00    | Awarded.
44,280.00    |
I
80,500.00    I Not awarded.
224,114.00
261,063.00
300,000.00
Awarded.
14.995.00    I Awarded.
55,800.00       Awarded.
73,000.00    !
26,711.00    I Awarded.
616,800.00
620,516.00
696,050.00
61,900.00
12,744.45     | •■■.v..irdal.
13,710.00
14,773.00
66,663.73
66,920.00
68,422.00
68,763.45
71,730.00
85,090.00
87,330.00
99,523.20
25,700.00
31,823.55
41,337.00    |
152,750.00
219,062.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
 E 32                                                     BRITISH COLUMBIA
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED-
-Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
71-3-B1
73-3-B1
90-13-B1
698-B
7-B-58
7-B-58
13-2-B1
13-21-B1
13-2 IB 1
223
715-B
106-1-B1
223
107-3-B1
KASLO    .
Highways Equipment Building:
Braniff Construction Ltd..—    ....   	
Ray-Bilt Contractors Ltd                                               	
$
313,266.00
444,846.00
866,300.00
488,700.00
650,000.00
68,886.00
82,750.00
26,980.00
29,579.00
39,297.00
289,559.00
27,604.00
21,252.00
23,396.00
27,800.00
30,000.00
174,000.00
181,000.00
210,000.00
229,468.00
236,005.00
62,541.00
69,800.00
71,481.00
82,900.00
54,888.00
62,865.00
67,993.00
69,996.00
98,539.00
29,000.00
51,050.00
88,442.00
109,961.00
17,440.00
24,845.00
1
I
Awarded.
Boundary Industries Ltd. (price combined with Sparwood)
KIMBERLEY
Provincial Government Building, Phase 2:
Boundary Industries Ltd.        	
Not awarded.
NELSON
Electrical Underground Ducts, Selkirk College (Vocational Div.):
Demountable Partitioning, Provincial Government Building:
F. Drexel Co. Ltd                	
Awarded.
Benton & Overbury Ltd.    ....     	
NEW WESTMINSTER
Woodlands School
General Alterations, Academic and Activity Building:
Reroofing, Academic and Activity Building:
Pool Mechanical Equipment:
Mathias  & Nicol  Custom  Contracts  Div.   (Mechanical Div.
of Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd.)	
Metro Mechanical Co. Ltd.
Awarded.
B & B Plumbing & Heating Contractors Ltd	
Argus Installations Ltd.
Alterations, Kitchen, Beech Cottage and Fraserview Building:
Seaward Construction Ltd	
D. C. Festing & Sons Ltd	
Ratcliffe & Sons Construction Co. Ltd.
Bent Construction Ltd.
Gadicke Construction Co. Ltd.
Electrical Distribution System, Queens Park Hospital:
Seaward Construction Ltd	
Lorjack Construction Co. Ltd.
Awarded.
Mott Electric Ltd.-.
Mutual Construction Ltd.
PORT HARDY
Renovations, Provincial Government Facilities:
Pacific Coast Construction Co. Ltd —	
POWELL RIVER
Exterior Work, Provincial Government Building:
Spra-Mac Landscaping Ltd	
Awarded.
Awarded.
PRINCE GEORGE
Reroofing Provincial Government Building:
Prince Sheet Metal & Heating Ltd	
Interior Alterations, Offices Victoria and Fourth Sts. (Scotia Bank):
Dezell Construction Co. Ltd.
Crossroads Construction Co. Ltd.
PRINCE RUPERT
Reroofing Forestry Building:
Awarded.
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75 E 33
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
110-9-B1
QUESNEL
Provincial Government Building
Reroofing:
Roofing & Sheet Metal (Quesnel) Co. Ltd  	
Prince Sheet Metal & Heating Ltd _	
$
19,467.00
21,950.00
27,680.00
15,270.00
19,874.00
10,045.40
10,764.00
12,093.44
12,131.00
21,722.00
14,311.00
15,850.00
17,964.00
2,865.00
44,724.00
59,556.00
5,821.00
32,365.00
66,150.00
15,514.00
25,465.00
27,223.00
341,746.00
415,037.00
866,300.00
13,468.00
16,200.00
29,850.00
91,667.00
16,187.00
17,461.00
12,800.00
19,243.00
21,070.00
148,136.00
225,763.00
262,868.00
170,300.00
177,465.00
223,844.00
247,413.00
Not awarded.
Mainline Roofing Co. Ltd.	
Reroofing (retender):
Prince Sheet Metal & Heating Ltd  ___ __   	
688-B
SMITHERS
Provincial Government Building
Carpet:
cancelled.
Roseann Flooring	
Atlas Flooring Ltd.
Acoustic Ceiling and Partitioning:
Benton & Overbury Ltd	
Casework:
B.C. Millwork Products Ltd	
Prince George Cabinet Craft Ltd	
Carpet-laying:
Roseann Flooring    	
Electrical Work:
Beblow & Sibley Electric Ltd.    -
A. G. Third & Co. Ltd	
Mechanical and Plumbing:
Doug's Sheet Metal Northern Ltd.
Parking Area (Blacktop):
L. G. Scott & Sons Construction Ltd.
Awarded.
Landscaping:
Bill  Vriend  and  George  Vander  Deen   (including  irrigation
and sidewalks, etc.)
Glacier Truck  & Equipment Ltd.   (excluding irrigation  and
sidewalks, etc.)    „.
Not awarded.
Landscaping and Irrigation (retender):
Jeckway Landscaping Ltd.
Awarded.
David Hunter Landscape Nurseries Ltd.
54-21-B1
SPARWOOD
Highways Equipment Building:
Ray-Bilt Contractors Ltd.—.
126-22-B2
Boundary Industries Ltd. (price combined with Kaslo)
TERRACE
Emergency Lighting, Generator, and Fire Alarm, British Columbia
Vocational School:
Kalum Electric Ltd	
Altena Electric Ltd	
15-48-B1
Electric Power Equipment Ltd	
TRANQUILLE
Tranquille School
Barn Renovations:
Wilson & Dalgleish Contracting (1970) Ltd.
15-67-B1
Reroofing 104-bed Unit:
Western Roofing (1973) Ltd	
Alpha Roofing & Sheetmetal Ltd.    .
10-B-61
Sewer Replacement:
Walter Cabott Construction Ltd	
Interior Plumbing and Heating Ltd	
10-B-61
Landscaping, 20-bed Units:
15-92-B1
Landscaping and Site Work, 20-bed Units (retender):
Walter Cabott Construction Ltd          	
 E 34 BRITISH COLUMBIA
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
4-4
TROUT LAKE
Generator Connection, Equipment Building:
Boundary Electric Ltd 	
223
LCB
223
16-39-B3
223
16-26-B1
223
223
223
223
VANCOUVER
Partitioning,   Kapilano  Office   Tower,   Suite  501-502,   972   Park
Royal, West Vancouver:
Interior Dimensions Ltd.—   	
Whitehall Contracting of B.C. Ltd	
Allan & Viner Construction Ltd.  	
Ballarin Bros. Construction Co. Ltd  	
New Premises, B.C. Purchasing Commission, 1620 W. Eighth Ave.:
Ballarin Bros. Construction Co. Ltd    	
Stevenson Construction Co. Ltd.  —	
Whitehall Contracting of B.C. Ltd   	
Allan & Viner Construction Ltd  	
Creighton Construction Co. Ltd    	
Store Relighting, B.C. Liquor Commission, 175 W. Second Ave.,
North Vancouver:
Pacific Power Services Ltd   	
Paragon Electric Co  	
Alterations, 11th Floor, B.C. Forest Products Building, 1050 W.
Pender St.:
Bent Construction Ltd.  —   -
Sherwin-McRae Contract Services Ltd.  	
Allan & Viner Construction Ltd —	
Interior Dimensions Ltd     	
Dawson & Hall Ltd. ... _.    ._	
Site Works and Landscaping, Pearson Hospital:
Columbia Bitulitlv'c Ltd —   	
Winvan Paving (Div. of Capital City Construction Co. Ltd.)
Interior Improvements, Consumer Affairs, Kingsgate Mall, 370 E.
Broadway:
Bent Construction Ltd   	
Elevator Renewal, 411 Dunsmuir St.:
Dover Corp. (Canada) Ltd., Turnbull Elevator Div 	
Alterations,  B.C.  Police  Offices,   United Kingdom  Building, 409
Granville St.:
Sherwin-McRae Contract Services Ltd 	
Stevenson Construction Co. Ltd 	
Interior Dimensions Ltd.   	
Bengal Construction Co. Ltd  	
Jepsen Mulder Construction Ltd..— — 	
Heldur Vau Construction    	
Offices, Library Development Commission, 1525 W. Eighth Ave.:
Allan & Viner Construction Ltd  	
Jepsen Mulder Construction Ltd —   	
Offices, Housing, 1525 W. Eighth Ave.:
Allan & Viner Construction Ltd....  	
Model Designed Interiors Ltd.
16-110-B1
Office Alterations, A ttorney-General, 525 Seymour St.:
McLelland Bros. Construction Ltd — ." 	
Bengal Construction Co. Ltd  	
Turnbull & Gale Construction Co. Ltd.	
Offices, Consumer Services, 535 Thurlow St.:
Artrek Contracting Ltd     	
Interior Dimensions Ltd 	
Allan & Viner Construction Ltd	
Jepsen Mulder Construction Ltd 	
Sherwin-McRae Contract Services Ltd 	
Heldur Vau Construction  	
Jericho Hill School
Site Development:
Winvan Paving (Div. of Capital City Construction Co. Ltd.).
Holland Landscapers Ltd.	
Landscaping:
Doyle Construction Co. Ltd   	
Holland Landscapers Ltd   	
23,600.00    [ Awarded.
10,425.00
12,100.00
15,790.00
16,589.00
29,955.00    | Awarded.
30,906.00
31,000.00
35,390.00
39,317.00
10,286.31       Awarded.
14,432.00
34,900.00
35,020.00
36.640.00
38,919.00
46,674.00
50,758.00
60.290.00
66,230.00      Awarded.
I
44,526.00    j Awarded.
23,500.00
26,771.00
27,855.00
28,787.00
29,353.00
32,000.00
24,380.00
27,500.00
18,830.00
20,750.00
51,140.00
54.660.00
56,307.00
17,387.00
18,577.00
19,440.00
19,570.00
19,800.00
29,670.00
279,108.00
283,500.00
197,000.00
260,593.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Not awarded.
Not awarded.
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75 E 35
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
20-103-B1
721-B
16-20
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
VANCOUVER—Continued
Dogwood Lodge, West 57th Ave.
Paging and Music System (Burnaby and Vancouver):
Radio Service Engineers Ltd  —   	
Pacific Communications Ltd   ._.	
Vancouver Sound Equipment Ltd  	
Westgate Electronics Ltd  	
Landscaping:
Jeckway Landscaping Ltd.     	
David Hunter Landscape Nurseries Ltd	
Kimoff Landscaping Ltd   	
Holland Landscapers Ltd    	
Biely Construction Co. Ltd	
Spra-Mac Landscaping Ltd.   	
Blocks 51, 61, 71 Project (Georgia, Howe, Nelson, and Hornby
Sts.)
Utility Duct Under Smythe St. (Contract BCB-13):
Hallcraft Construction Co. Ltd.-   —	
H.B-. Contracting Ltd —  	
Dawson* Hall Ltd   	
McGinnis Construction Ltd    	
United Contractors Ltd. _    	
Penner Bros. Utility Builders Ltd   — —
Demolition of Buildings on Block 71 (Contract BCB-14):
Johnston & McKinnon Demolitions Ltd   	
P & B Demolition   	
Merchant Contractors Ltd....  	
Weis-Port Contracting Ltd. _	
Johnny Walker Bulldozing Co, Ltd     	
Temporary Power, Howe St. Tunnel (Contract BCB-15):
Trans Power Construction Ltd.—  	
Canem Systems Ltd —    	
Comstock International Ltd.   	
Grayshon Electric (1970) Ltd 	
Hoarding for Howe St. Tunnel and Smythe St. Underpasses (Contract BCB-16):
Smith Bros. & Wilson Ltd    	
Ballarin Bros. Construction Co. Ltd   —	
Janin Western Contractors Ltd — 	
Progress Photography (Contract BCB-18):
Gunner Photography      	
Croton Studio  .-.   	
Bulk Excavation and Shoring (Contract BCB-29):
Miller Cartage & Contracting Ltd  	
Dillingham Corp. (Canada) Ltd   	
United Contractors Ltd   	
Dawson Construction Co. Ltd     —
Standard General Construction Co  	
Fownes Construction Co. Ltd.—   —	
MacLand Construction Co. Ltd  	
Tracked Crane (Contract BCB-28):
Heede International    	
F. B. Kroll A/S    	
Canron Ltd. —    — .....
Climbing Crane Services  	
Esco Corp.  —  	
Landscaping, Supply and Relocation of Trees (Contract BCB-27):
Holland Landscapers Ltd. (alternative bid)  	
Murray & Wood Growers Ltd    —
Hoarding (Contract BCB-30):
H. Haebler Co. Ltd  	
Smith Bros. & Wilson Ltd 	
Canusa Construction Ltd.  — 	
Project Construction Ltd—    	
Ballarin Bros. Construction Co. Ltd  	
Renovations, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Floor, Pacific Centre (Con.
tract BCB-36):
Double V. Construction Ltd.— —	
Allan & Viner Construction Ltd 	
McLelland Bros. Construction Ltd       	
H. Haebler Co. Ltd   	
Artek Contracting Ltd.—  ..—
Amount
Remarks
12,348.00
13,696.00
14,352.00
15,260.00
146,551.00
156,923.00
161,521.00
188,700.00
207,800.00
231,500.00
79,942.00
87,829.00
93,122.00
95,943.00
140,621.00
144,790.00
16,500.00
18,265.00
18,835.00
23,483.00
26,490.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
10,763.00      Awarded.
11,689.00
11,807.00
13,768.00
46,867.00
49,951.00
86,940.00
Unit Rates
Unit Rates
2,257,175.00
2.355,698.00
2,425,727.00
2,821,596.00
3,109,700.00
3,930,251.00
4,377.968.00
273,372.00
309,800.00
374,000.00
450,000.00
451,814.00
60.775.00
68.501.69
138,500.00
159,347.00
170,500.00
216,666.00
227,590.00
41,980.00
44,600.00
44,840.00
45,720.00
46,129.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
(U.S.).
Awarded.
Awarded.
 E 36 BRITISH COLUMBIA
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
16-20
VANCOUVER—Continued
Blocks 51, 61, 71 Project (Georgia, Howe, Nelson, and Hornby
Sts.)—Continued
Renovations, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Floor, Pacific Centre (Contract BCB-36)— Continued
Bent Construction Ltd. —  	
Bengal Construction Co. Ltd     	
$
46,872.00
47,490.00
49,630.00
52,384.00
960,633.00
1,278,400.00
1,395,000.00
1,471,139.00
1,630.00
2,300.00
3,307.00
3.546.00
Central and South Footings, Block 61 and Smythe St. Substructure
(Contract BCB-35):
Van Construction (Div. of Van Vliet Construction Co. Ltd.)
H. Haebler Co. Ltd  	
Awarded.
Grimwood Construction Co. Ltd —	
Dawson & Hall Ltd.          	
Resurfacing at Eastern Entrance to Courthouse (Contract BCB-33):
Alterations to  Warehouse,  Construction  of Security Fence and
Built-up Floor at 1150 Raynor St. (Contract BCB-34):
1
20,542.00    | Awarded.
23,313.00    1
23,552.73    |
Ballarin Bros. Construction Co. Ltd.—  	
23,895.00    |
25.684.00    1
26,034.00
28,485.00
1,197.97
1,499.00
1,848.00
2,764.00
5,440.00
5,875.00
5,910.00
7,106.00
1,588.00
2,138.00
2,517.00
16,640.00
19,757.00
21,173.00
600.00
729.00
2,500.00
3,200.00
3,400.00
3,445.00
718.393.00
H. Haebler Co. Ltd	
Main Courthouse and Annex Buildings  (acoustical treatment
and architectural work associated with registry relocation
and alterations)
Scaffolding (Contract BCB-37):
Sky Hi Scaffolding Ltd.    ..
Awarded.
Continental Steel & Scaffold Works     .	
Jackson Scaffolding Ltd.—  	
Masonry (Contract BCB-38):
Awarded.
Glazing (Contract BCB-39):
Awarded.
Canadian Pittsburgh Industries Ltd.  	
Carpentry (Contract BCB-40):
McLelland Bros. Construction Ltd   ...
Major Piatt & Co. Ltd	
Awarded.
Mechanical (Contract BCB-41 ):
Awarded.
A & A Air Conditioning Ltd   	
Electrical (Contract BCB-42):
The J. H. McRae Co. Ltd ._..
Awarded.
Truck and Car Tunnel
Excavation and Shoring (Contract BCB-17):
Dawson   Construction  Ltd.   (combined  price)   (Fownes
299.326.00    1
Franki (Canada) Ltd. (shoring)  	
Waterproofing (Contract BCB-24):
445,500.00
48,158.00
51,965.00
73,500.00
76,549.00
77,810.00
79,475.00
95,400.00
Mechanical (Contract BCB-21):
A & A Plumbing & Heating Ltd	
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75 E 37
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
16-20
VANCOUVER— Continued
Blocks 51, 61, 71 Project (Georgia, Howe, Nelson, and Hornby
Sts.:
Truck and Car Tunnel—Continued
Electrical (Contract BCB-22):
$
120,421.00    |
126,335.00    1
128,440.00    |
128,850.00
1
14,185.00    j
15,265.00    j
18,637.00
929,569.00    |
1,029,000.00
1,057,000.00    I
1
14,481.00
14,900.00
15,600.00    |
16,743.00
19,987.00
20,524.00
27,390.00
28,572.00
30,100.00
107,000.00
110,693.00
137,900.00
11,320.00
11,990.00
12,400.00
12,909.00
16,475.00
17,227.00
25,000.00
40,575.00
27,425.00
7,500.00
68,854.00
72,058.00
94,159.00
103,498.00
49,887.00
51,883.00
53,123.00
69,054.00
111,500.00
115,864.00
119,300.00
122,381.00
84,665.00
88,370.00
137,380.00
187,300.00
31,837.00
33,695.00
Awarded.
C. H. E. Williams Ltd	
Flanders Installation Ltd.—	
Grayshon Electric (1970) Ltd.   	
Miscellaneous Metal (Contract BCB-23):
Brittain Steel Ltd        ..            	
Qualified.
Awarded.
Reinforced-concrete Structure (Contract BCB-19):
Dawson & Hall Ltd            -	
Awarded.
Masonry (Contract BCB-3I):
Awarded.
Metric Masonry Ltd  	
A.F. Masonry Ltd 	
19-4-B1
VICTORIA
Alterations, Finance Building, 614 Government St.:
Awarded.
19-133-B1
Carpet, Offices, St. Anne's Complex, 835 Humboldt St.:
Awarded.
19^19-Bl
Kitchen Renovations, Government House:
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd	
Awarded.
19^89-B1
Overhead Door Motorization, Highways Maintenance Establishments (various locations):
Ambassador Door Sales (B.C.) Ltd. (all locations)	
Awarded.
223
Office Renovations, Health, 2840 Nanaimo St.:
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd.    —      	
Awarded.
O.K. Trucking Co. Ltd   	
223
Offices, 838 Fort St.:
Awarded.
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd.   	
Moveable Partitions, Second and Third Floors, 1537 Hillside Ave.:
B.C. Gypsum Dry-Wall Systems Ltd	
Awarded.
19-7-B1
Alterations, Phase 2, Douglas Building, 617 Government St.:
Awarded.
486-B
Thunderbird Park, Douglas and Belleville Sts.
Carving Shed:
Not awarded.
Landscaping, South Extension:
1
Alteration, Potlatch House:
1
H E Fowler & Sons Ltd	
i
i
 E 38 BRITISH COLUMBIA
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
289-B2
VICTORIA—Continued
Nootka Court, Douglas and Humboldt Sts.
Demountable Partitioning:
B.C. Gypsum Dry-Wall Systems Ltd   	
$
49,777.00
60,275.00
72,861.00
87,325.00
32,944.00
37,389.00
17,997.00
18,327.00
18,625.00
21,512.00
21,750.00
22,960.00
23,926.00
27,849.00
16,697.00
17,332.00
18,030.00
23,994.00
5,544.00
5,625.00
6,578.00
11,825.00
18,219.00
18,916.00
20,590.00
21,200.00
24,820.00
23,250.00
25,925.00
23,683.50
27,407.00
12,787.00
13,985.00
31,624.00
47,750.00
100,860.00
103,777.00
107,025.00
109,100.00
196,913.00
200,995.00
214,000.00
222,600.00
251,352.00
15,884.00
16,457.00
21,256.00
17,405.00
18,569.00
45,564.00
Awarded.
F. Drexel Co. Ltd ..	
223
Casework:
Somersby Woodworkers Ltd    	
W. Campbell Ltd.             ~
Awarded.
223
Electrical Alterations:
Awarded.
Trilec Installations Ltd   —	
H. J. Langdon & Sons (1970) Ltd.	
Hume & Rumble Electrical   (Div. of Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd.)    	
289-B2
Chateau Victoria, 737 Courtney St.
Additions:
B.C. Gypsum Dry-Wall Systems Ltd   .....
Farmer Construction Ltd         	
Awarded.
Coast Partitions (1972) Ltd	
223
Electrical:
Awarded.
Ricketts-Seweli Electric Ltd.  	
223
Harbour Towers, 345 Quebec St.
Alterations, Electrical Work:
Awarded.
Mechanical Alterations:
Davids Plumbing & Heating, Schellenberg Construction Ltd.—
Rawlings Plubing & Heating Co. Ltd  ..	
Gordon Cooper Plumbing & Heating (1970) Ltd 	
Awarded.
M. Griffin Ltd.        —	
223
Croyden Building, 1319 Government St.
Carpeting:
Awarded.
Demountable Partitioning:
B C. Gypsum Dry-Wall Systems Ltd             	
Awarded.
19-146-B1
Times-Colonist Building, 2631 Douglas St.
Alterations, General Office:
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd	
Awarded.
Reproduction Centre:
Not awarded.
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd  _ 	
Alterations, Phase 3:
Awarded.
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd.        ....	
Finish Carpentry and Casework:
Awarded.
Somersby Woodworkers Ltd  	
D. Mowat & Son Ltd.                              	
19-33-B1
Mines Laboratory, 541 Superior St.
General Work (Contract 1):
H E. Fowler & Sons Ltd.   ~ 	
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75 E 39
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
19-33B1
VICTORIA—Continued
Mines Laboratory, 541 Superior St.—Continued
Millwork (Contract 2):
$
16,866.00
27,942.00
28,209.00
28,350.00
41,890.00
6,684.00
8,885.00
8,915.00
11,813.00
88,256.00
14,360.00
16,116.00
17,225.00
150,000.00
152,447.00
152,737.00
163,285.00
212,300.00
32,452.00
35,687.00
67,370.00
68,275.00
70,920.00
71,850.00
74,332.00
80,200.00
328,000.00
450,000.00
462,500.00
472,000.00
486,400.00
500,000.00
525,000.00
548,700.00
600,000.00
21,850.00
24,250.00
24,689.00
28,998.00
181
19.5'
201
351
283,462.00
297,800.00
440,044.00
554,900.00
574,559.00
595,683.00
706,000.00
728,000.00
Awarded.
Somersby Woodworkers Ltd  	
Mechanical and Plumbing (Contract 3):
Awarded.
Electrical (Contract 4):
Awarded.
Willett Osborn Electric	
Combined Bid of Contracts 1 to 4:
Not awarded.
486-B
B.C. Museum and Archives
Receptacles, Exhibit Building:
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd...
Awarded.
Salt-water System, Curatorial Building:
Australian Construction Ltd	
Awarded.
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd	
Dalziel Construction Ltd.—
Hunter Construction Ltd. ..
Wheaton Construction Ltd.
19-135-B1
Braca Building, 2588 Cadboro Bay Rd.
Office Renovations:
Dalziel Construction Ltd....
Awarded.
Laupland & Louie Construction Ltd.
Office Alterations:
Farmer Construction Ltd	
Awarded.
Dalziel Construction Ltd.—
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd... ...
Coulter & Associates Construction Ltd.
Laupland & Louie Construction Ltd.
Australian Construction Ltd.
19-103-B1
Provincial  Government Building   (Health Services),  Pandora
Ave. and Blanshard St.
Construction Management Services:
Frank Stanzl Construction Ltd.
Cana Construction Co. Ltd.
Leander Construction Management Ltd.
Complete Construction Management Corp.
Dawson & Hall Ltd	
Johnston Associates Management Ltd.
Concordia Management Co. Ltd.
Wheaton Construction Ltd.
Swan Wooster Engineering Co. Ltd.
Hoarding (Contract 1):
Dura Construction Ltd	
Awarded.
Patterson Construction Ltd.
K. C. Johnson Construction Ltd.
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd. .
Sundry Labour (Contract 4):
Dura Construction Ltd. . ..
Sharan Developments Ltd.
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd.
Webb & Trace Ltd              	
Site Works (Contract 5):
Webb & Trace Ltd  	
O.K. Paving Co. Ltd                              	
Foundation (Contract 6):
Pine Tree Construction Co. Ltd.
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd...
i Percentage mark-up on union labour rates.
 E 40 BRITISH COLUMBIA
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
19-141-B
VICTORIA—Continued
Dowell Building, 1113-1121 Wharf St.
Reroofing:
$
27,861.00
43,970.00
47,662.00
49,061.00
55,900.00
27,789.00
31,593.00
13,919.00
17,796.00
16,890.00
20,679.00
19,388.00
20,522.00
12,577.00
12,911.00
20,900.00
21,598.00
21,896.00
13,188.00
22,377.00
74,550.00
81,163.00
84,335.00
84,856.00
88,833.00
57,990.00
59,897.00
20,458.00
21,650.00
173,535.00
176,546.00
180,005.00
186,665.00
117,861.00
172,000.00
115,035.00
143,701.00
164,885.00
17,374.00
23,669.00
24,873.00
10,945.00
12,500.00
27,492.00
43,280.00
50,348.00
34,736.00
188,474.00
281,748.00
41,355.00
43,266.00
Interior Demolition:
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd  	
Elevator (Contract 4):
Montgomery Elevator Co. Ltd  	
Awarded.
19-129-B1
Office Conversion, 914 Yates St.
Concrete Toppings:
Victoria Cement Manufacturer Ltd. 	
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd.-.      .	
Awarded.
Laupland & Louie Construction Ltd   	
Acoustic Ceilings:
B.C. Acoustical Specialties Ltd    	
Awarded.
Metal Stud and Drvwall:
B.C. Gypsum Dry-Wall Systems Ltd.	
Awarded.
Carpentry and Drywall:
Awarded.
Lath and Plaster:
Awarded.
L. R. Frenette Plastering Ltd   	
Electrical-
Hume & Rumble  Electrical   (Div. of Commonwealth  Construction Co. Ltd.)   —	
Awarded.
Trilec Installation Ltd.     	
Demountable Partitions:
Awarded.
B.C. Gypsum Dry-Wall Systems Ltd.  	
Finishing Carpentry:
Awarded.
Mechanical:
Awarded.
M. Griffin Ltd   	
690-B
Parliament Buildings
Finish Carpentry, First Floor, Centre Block:
Awarded.
Australian Construction Ltd    	
Finish Carpentry, West Wing and Centre Block:
Not awarded.
Finish Carpentry, West Wing and Centre Block (retender):
Awarded.
Executive Council Table:
Jas. F. Gillanders Co. Ltd.  —	
Franz Patella Contracting Ltd....   — —	
Somersby Woodworking Ltd — 	
Structural Steel, West Annex:
Edwards' Welding Ltd.   	
Not awarded.
Awarded.
Surrey Ironworks Ltd.      	
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd         	
Brittain Steel Ltd  	
Doors   and   Mouldings,    Colonnade   and   Executive    Chambers
Council:
Awarded.
Finish Carpentry, East and West Annexes:
Awarded.
B.C. Millwork Products Ltd.....	
Elevator:
Otis Elevator Co. Ltd. 	
Montgomery Elevator Co. Ltd	
Awarded.
 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1974/75 E 41
MAJOR TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Project
No.
Location, Description of Work, and Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
554-B
VICTORIA/COLQUITZ
Drapery and Walt Hangings, Glendale Lodge, Markham Rd.:
$
23,100.00
97,733.00
101,789.00
110,727.00
129,670.00
45,670.00
45,722.00
45,824.00
48,125.00
49,900.00
509,396.00
519,886.00
526,740.00
546,238.00
555,538.00
570,680.00
589,000.00
98,155.00
146,200.00
Alterations, Tillicum Lodge (Interurban Rd.) and Glendale Lodge:
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd	
VICTORIA/PATRICIA BAY
Alterations and Additions, Hangar 1, Airport:
Farmer Construction Ltd   	
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd.	
101-4-B1
Highways Equipment Building, Keating Cross Rd.:
H. E. Fowler & Sons Ltd— I  ....
137-1-B1
YAHK
Weigh-scale Station:
Awarded.
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1975
630-1175-2891
   LITHOGRAPHED IN CANADA BY K. M. MacDONALD, QUEEN'S PRINTER. VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA

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