Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Construction costs for Big Pipe continue to escalate
Publication:
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 28 Feb 2007, p. 9


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he price tag on the building of the Big Pipe from Fifth Line South to Trafalgar Rd. has gone up-- yet again. The Big Pipe brings water and wastewater servicing from Lake Ontario to service the Town of Halton Hills industrial area, the 401-407 Gateway Business Park (401 Corridor). After tenders were opened last fall, low bids put the construction at another $200,000 over-budget. Originally construction dollars were set at $7.2 million, and that climbed two years later to $9.46 million, and now to $9.65 million. The costs are due to increased tunneling, greater sewer depths, and escalations in costs related to property acquisition and materials. The five developers benefiting from the Pipe, will be pick up the extra cost. They are TransCanada Energy Ltd., the Lawrence Avenue Group 2000 Inc., Mold-Masters, John and Anne Zdunic and P.A.Z. Properties Corp. Due to the delays in awarding the tenders and getting extra cash from the developers, the area won't be fully serviced now until mid2008.


Media Type:
Newspaper
Item Types:
Articles
Clippings
Date of Publication:
28 Feb 2007
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Zdunic, Anne ; Zdunic, John
Corporate Name(s):
Big Pipe ; Lake Ontario ; Halton Hills ; Gateway Business Park ; TransCanada Energy Ltd. ; Lawrence Avenue Group 2000 Inc. ; Mold Masters ; P.A.Z. Properties Corp.
Local identifier:
Halton.News.219908
Language of Item:
English
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Construction costs for Big Pipe continue to escalate