Dartmouth Bridge Terminal has options to be down-scaled

Architect Troy Scott worries Halifax council may opt out of pedestrian bridge

The tendering process for the expanded Bridge Terminal in Dartmouth continues apace, with about a dozen prospective bidders attending a mandatory job site meeting this morning. The companies range from Dexter Construction, the largest construction firm in the area, to several smaller firms reaching big, and include at least one unnamed company that previously has worked exclusively on the offshore oil platforms---that work is now drying up and the company is expanding its horizons, explain city officials. Such competition will hopefully bring the project costs down.

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