Maintenance contract awarded for District of Sooke

Sutton-Advantage Property Management contract for management services of sub-contracts and trades, no direct performance of activities

The District of Sooke has awarded Sutton-Advantage Property Management a $20,800 contract for building maintenance.

The contract is for management services of sub-contracts and trades, no direct performance of activities.

The district currently has no maintenance program in place.

Municipal buildings covered under the contract include district administrative offices, council chambers and Fire Hall No. 1 on Otter Point Road, the Public Works yard on Kaltasin Road and Fire Hall No. 2 on Goodridge Road.

District building maintenance costs, excluding janitorial, were approximately $60,000 in 2014 on a budget of $51,102. The costs in 2013 were approximately $47,000.

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