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Pictou County Company Submits Low Bids on Two Contracts

A local company has submited the lowest bid on a project in Guysborough County. S. W. Weeks Contracting posted a quote of 268-thousand dollars for a project involving drainage, gravelling and asphalt concrete paving along a section of Old Riverside Road, near Falkland Lane.

Two other companies offered tenders on the project.

S. W. Weeks was also the low bidder on another contract for RIM Gravel Patching in three sections of Colchester, Cumberland and Pictou Counties. Weeks posted a quote of 95-thousand dollars for the work. Four other companies submitted estimates.

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Local Company Submits Low Tender for Three Projects

A local company has posted the lowest bid on a tender for three projects in Guysborough County. S. W. Weeks Contracting offered a quote of 2.3 million dollars. Three other companies bid on the contract. The work includes bridge rehab work, drainage improvements and repaving. The project is along Route 316 near the Stormont Bridge and Route 211 in the Country Harbour area.

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Several Local Companies post low tenders on Construction Projects

Several local construction companies submitted low bids on tenders.

Alva Construction submitted the lowest quote of 67-thousand dollars for a slope failure repair on the Bayfield Beach Road, near the provincial park entrance. Six other companies bid on the project.

S. W. Weeks Contracting had the low bid for drainage improvements, partial depth reclamation and asphalt concrete repaving for three projects in Pictou County. They include Trunk 6 at Meadowville Station Road, River John Road and Salt Springs Drive. S. W. Weeks posted a bid of 2.2 million dollars. Two other companies also submitted quotes.

Zutphen Contractors had the low bid of just under 924-thousand dollars for replacement of the Captain Gillis Bridge on Trunk 19. Three other companies submitted bids.

and Nova Construction submitted the low bid of just under 435-thousand dollars for drainage improvements and gravelling for two projects in Hants County on Northfield Road and Payzant Bog Road, totalling more than 5.5 kilometres. Eight other companies posted quotes on the contract.

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Two local construction companies awarded contracts

A couple of local construction companies have won road repair contracts.
Nova Construction submitted the lowest bid among four companies of $2.5 million for a project in Richmond County for drainage, widening, bridge repair, turning lane, and repaving.
Meantime, S.W. Weeks Contracting has been granted a contract worth $827,000  for drainage structures, patching and repaving in Inverness County.  Weeks’ bid was the lowest of two submitted