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Industrial Drive extension tender approved

MAPLETON - Council here has approved a $440,000 tender for the construction of the Drayton Industrial Drive Phase II road extension.

On Oct. 30 council approved a staff recommendation to accept the lowest bid within the approved capital budget allowance of $450,000 for the project.

Public works director Sam Mattina stated there were three bids on the project, ranging from $440,145 from Kieswetter Excavating Inc. of St. Clements to $720,275 from Puslinch-based Prior Construction Corporation.

Council approved awarding the contract for the project to the low bidder,  Kieswetter Excavating.

Mattina explained in an email all three bids were originally over the approved budget amount. However, when a provisional item, removal of topsoil from the site, was taken out of the contract, the Kieswetter bid fell within budget parameters.


November 9, 2018


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