Lauren Collins photo The Town of Qualicum Beach is seeking tenders for improvements to the Hemsworth Road trailway. Tenders are due by March 28.

Town of Qualicum Beach seeks trailway tender

Work will be for upgrades to Hemsworth Road trail

The Town of Qualicum Beach is now accepting tenders for work on the Hemsworth Road Trailway.

Work on the trail will include: approximately 130 metres of three-metre wide paved trailway, including raising the trail profile; installation of owner-supplied culvert; retaining walls; riprap armouring and revegetation.

Awarding of the contract is subject to sufficient budget funds being available for the project, according to the invitation to tender from the Town of Qualicum Beach.

For more information, visit qualicumbeach.civicweb.net/document/7308.

The town will be accepting sealed envelopes clearly marked “Tender for Town of Qualicum Beach, Hemsworth Road Trailway” to be deliver to the town offices (201-660 Primrose St.). Tenders need to be mailed or dropped off at the offices by 2 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28.

Tender documents are available at the offices of Koers & Associates Engineering Ltd. (194 Memorial Ave., Parksville).

Any questions about the project can be directed to Kevin Dougan at 250-248-3151 or kdougan@koerseng.com.

— NEWS Staff/

Town of Qualicum Beach

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