Stettler County awards Botha pump house repair contract Nov. 8

Klassen Construction of Stettler was lone bidder

By Stu Salkeld The Stettler Independent

The County of Stettler’s pump house near Botha will be getting a new roof and a local company will be the ones doing the work after council approved a tender to that effect Nov. 8.

Councilors read an agenda item prepared by Garth Ennis, Director of Environmental Services, discussing a contract for Botha pump house roof repair.

Ennis noted the tender was publicly advertised. “The opportunity to quote was advertised in the Stettler Independent with the following quote received from Klassen Construction of Stettler$28,750,” he stated in his report.

Ennis also noted this project will be fully covered by a provincial grant.

Klassen’s offer included labour, garbage removal, supply and install asphaltic core board laminated with base sheet in low rise adhesive and much more. It was noted that any wet insulation could be replaced at $3.60/sqft per inch.

Ennis recommended the Botha pump house roof repairs contract be awarded to Klassen Construction, Stettler in the amount of $28,750 plus tax.

Councilors briefly discussed the report. It was mentioned that this project was funded through the Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI).

Councilors unanimously passed the recommendation.

editor@stettlerindependent.com

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