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PEI releases second round of road, bridge tenders

By ReNew Canada 07:28AM March 10, 2017

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The government of PEI has released its second round of road and bridge tenders for the 2017 construction season.

The second round of tenders includes 12 projects (see below for full list), including the construction of a new roundabout as part of Phase 2A of the Trans-Canada Highway Extension project.

The government also made a secondary announcement as part of the same project, awarding the Environmental Impact Assessment contract for Phase 2B to Stantec. The company will assess the environmental impact of the proposed Phase 2B of the project – the new roadway running from North River to New Haven.

The list of the second round of road and bridge tenders includes:

  • Route 152 – St. Edward – Resurfacing 1.2 km
  • Route 150 – Alberton/Union – Resurfacing and asphalt widening 2.3 km
  • Route 2 – Bloomfield Corner – Roundabout construction
  • Route 142 – O’Leary – Resurfacing 1.2 km
  • Route 124 – Wellington – Resurfacing 1.3 km
  • Trans-Canada Highway Extension – Cornwall – Phase 2A – Roundabout construction
  • Route 6 – Grand Tracadie – Asphalt widening 1.2 km
  • Route 21 and 215 – Mount Herbert – Roundabout construction
  • Irving Avenue – Stratford – Road construction 0.13 km
  • Bridge Construction Tenders – Round 2
  • St. Raphael – Route 177 – Structure replacement
  • Stanley Bridge – Route 6 – Deck rehabilitation

Details on the tenders are available at the Government of Prince Edward Island Tenders website, and their locations can be found on the 2017 Construction Map.

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