Tender awards have been given for two large road projects in Kimberley.
A project on 314 Avenue will see drainage improvements including the curb and gutter.
The contract was awarded to Gally Equipment Services Ltd. out of Cranbrook with a value of $367,379.90.
Chris Mummery, Senior Manager Operations, told council they’ve seen an increase in bids coming in this ear.
The second project will see a storm drain installation, water main and sewer line replacement, plus a complete rebuild along the road on Boundary Street.
The contract has been awarded to Bad Ventures Ltd. also out of Cranbrook for $986,050.
The city will pay $698,693, while Teck Metals will contribute $287,357 toward the cost.
Both projects are scheduled to be completed by the end of September.