Contracts for wastewater venture detailed – The Royal Gazette

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Created: 07/21/2021 07:50 AM

Crisson Construction is installing underwater pipes over Stokes Point as part of a plan to modernize water and sanitation. (File photo by Akil Simmons)

More than $ 5.5 million in wastewater disposal contracts in the East End was revealed through the Public Access to Information Act.

A notice published in the Official Gazette last week listed a number of contracts signed by the Bermuda Land Development Company in connection with work to modernize the East End’s water and sanitation systems.

Newterra, a Canadian company specializing in water services, won a $ 1.872 million contract to supply and build four modular wastewater treatment systems.

The contract started in February and the work is expected to be completed in December.

Local company Crisson Construction, meanwhile, won a $ 1.485 million contract to install the water pipeline infrastructure at Stoke’s Point as part of the water and sanitation project.

The contract started in January and work is expected to be completed this month.

D&J Excavating & Landscaping Ltd has been awarded a contract for $ 1.238 million to install piping and pumping infrastructure between Stokes Point and Echo Lane.

This contract began in March with an expected completion date this month.

Onsite Engineering Services Ltd received a $ 735,036 contract for civil engineering services between March and September.

Florida Aqua Store, based in Boca Raton, Fla., Won a $ 229,000 contract for tank relocation, including materials and labor.

This contract was signed in February and the work was completed in May.

Lt. Col. David Burch, the public works minister, said in May that several companies were working on the water and sanitation systems at the same time to “bring relief” to the long-suffering residents of the area.

He said the aging pipelines and pumping equipment in Southside, St. David’s came from the US military base at Kindley Field.

A $ 30 million guarantee for a loan from Clarien Bank to BLDC for a project was presented to the House of Assembly earlier this year by Treasury Secretary Curtis Dickinson.