Jack Talstra Way will soon be completed in the Skeena Industrial Park.

Remainder of Jack Talstra Way to be completed

Road construction to begin soon and is expected to continue until June 2018

Daudet Creek Contracting Ltd. has been awarded the contract to construct the remainder of Jack Talstra Way, by Taisheng International Investment Services (Taisheng), announced the City of Terrace today, Aug. 16.

When complete, this road will provide access to the nearly 1,200 acres of property owned by Taisheng, the Canadian representative of the Qinhuangdao Economic and Technological Development Zone (QETDZ).

Road construction will begin soon, and is expected to last until the end of June, 2018.

The result will be a 2.2 km paved road running through the centre of the Skeena Industrial Development Park.

By the end of August, nearly 700 acres of Taisheng’s property will be cleared in preparation for infrastructure installation such as internal roads, electricity, and water works.

Taisheng is actively marketing the land in China to potential leasers.

Investor tours of the park will continue to showcase the potential for industrial development and form relationships with local officials.

These tours will be led by Taisheng’s Burnaby-based marketing team with assistance from the QETDZ staff based in China.


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