The Capital Works department,within the City’s Facilities and Supply Management Division primarily focuses on the consistent delivery of all of the City’s major capital projects. Services provided by the department align with the phases of major project delivery, evolving from a support role in the early phases of the project life-cycle, to the lead role when the project goes from design into tender and contracting, and back to a support role in the maintenance period. The department work effort peaks during the construction process to ensure all necessary support and controls are in place and that the project is delivered in accordance with the objectives.
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- Airport Fueling Facility: This project involves the installation of a new Jet A above ground fuel facility and the purchase of two Jet A fuel delivery trucks.
- Big Rock Boat Ramp: Work under this project includes upgrades to the Big Rock Boat Ramp which is currently a free public use facility for recreational boaters in Campbell River.
- Campbell River Water Supply: Relocation of the City's water supply required as a result of BC Hydro’s John Hart Redevelopment Project.
- Larwood/Erickson Sewer Upgrade: Work under this project includes the renewal and upgrade of sanitary sewer mains on Erickson, Harrogate and Larwood roads.
- Lift Station Generators Upgrade: Work under this project includes a select number of existing lift stations to be serviced with an appropriately sized stand-by generator at each site.
- Maritime Heritage Centre Sewer Chamber Replacement: Work under this project is intended to address ongoing odour control issues at the Maritime Heritage Centre.
- Municipal Broadband Network: Work under phase one of the project will include the installation of micro-duct conduit to service strategic locations in the downtown core with broadband fibre.
- NWEC Upgrade - Phase 2: Upgrading the headworks and sani-dump receiving facility, and aeration oxidation ditch piping and electrical system.
- Robert Ostler Park Restoration: This original design is under review as the anticipated effects of climate change and sea level rise are triggering a review of some shoreline projects. Repair of the damaged shoreline large boulders (rip rap) is anticipated.
- Waterfront Sewer Forcemain Upgrade: This project includes the renewal of approximately 4.6 km of the City’s sanitary sewage conveyance system along Hwy 19A from Rockland Road to the Maritime Heritage Centre.
- Watermain Replacement: Work under this project consists of installing new watermains and domestic services at several locations around Campbell River.
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