About the Project:
The Halifax Transition House Association’s (HTHA) largest program, Bryony House is the oversight and operation of a 24-bed emergency shelter for women, with or without children leaving situations of intimate partner abuse in HRM and surrounding areas.
The work for this project includes construction of a wooden frame, three-storey, approximately 16,000 sq ft (including a developed basement) building for the HTHA (owner), which will be located on Lot 5A 112 Tacoma Drive, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. In addition to the wood-frame facility, the work includes identified site works and related landscaping. The three-storey facility also includes a below-grade (finished basement) floor to be used for service and storage purposes.
We have been following this project! Have you?
See our Pipeline connection PL17-0253NS about the Halifax Transition House Association – Bryony House and view the Open Tender NS19-2272.
Tender close: Friday, December 6, 2019, at 2:00 p.m.
Construction Association of Nova Scotia
134 Eileen Stubbs Ave, Unit 103, Dartmouth, NS
Prior to Closing, arrange a submission by contacting:
John Apfeld | Project Manager, Summa Holdings Inc.
Looking for the Bid Documents? Click “Access Documents” for an electronic copy of the project’s Bid Documents from CANSnet (login required).
Hardcopies of Bid Documents are also available for purchase at CANS Office in Burnside.
134 Eileen Stubbs Ave, Unit 103
Dartmouth, NS B3B 0A9
Monday – Friday,
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
About Bryony House:
Bryony House is a 24-bed shelter. Each year, approximately 470 women and children stay at Bryony House and 2,500 distress calls are answered. Our dedicated counsellors are there to answer the 24-hour distress line, provide individual/group supportive counselling, public education, advocacy and referrals.