British Columbia

Park designer wanted

City of Vernon published a public tender to procure a design team for a new park City of Vernon Wanted: someone to design a new park in Vernon. On Jan. 15, the City of Vernon published a request for proposal (RFP) to find a design team for a park at the former Civic Arena site. “The park site is in ...

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Remontowa launches BC Ferries’ fourth Salish Class vessel

BC Ferries continues to roll out its Clean Futures Plan with the launch of its fourth LNG-fuelled Salish Class vessel. The ship entered the water over the weekend at Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. in Gdansk, Poland, with work continuing there until scheduled sea trials in late 2021. Following successful sea trials, the vessel will make the 10 440 nautical mile journey ...

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Oak Bay seeks proposals for marina use

A three-part look at the history of Oak Bay Marina and Turkey Head Satellite photo of Oak Bay Marina in 2020. The land and water lease for the marina come up Dec. 29, 2022.  This is the first segment in a three-part series on the Oak Bay Marina and Turkey Head Imagine a 150-foot long boardwalk along the Turkey Head ...

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AirTest Technologies Receives RFP’s for CO2 Sensors in School Classrooms

New Orders from OEM Customers Delta, British Columbia – AirTest Technologies (TSXV: AAT) (OTC: AATGF) (“AirTest” or the “Company”) President George Graham is very pleased to announce that AirTest has received new orders from existing OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers). The Company has also had RFP’s (Requests for Proposals) from a number of OEM customers for carbon dioxide (CO2) sensors in ...

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Team named for $600m Kicking Horse Canyon upgrade

The Canadian province of British Columbia (BC) has named the preferred team to design and construct the final phase of the Kicking Horse Canyon project near Golden. The project is one of BC’s top transportation priorities. Phase 4 will bring the remaining 4.8km of narrow, winding two-lane highway up to a four-lane, 100 km/h standard. The preferred proponent team selected ...

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ICBC spends $100K on reflective armbands

The Insurance Corp. of British Columbia (ICBC) spent a $1 each on 100,000 reflective pedestrian armbands awarding the contract in April, a month before Attorney General David Eby said the provincial insurer’s financial picture was unknown. A request for proposals (RFP) for the reflectors was published Feb. 5 with the competition closing nine days later. The request said delivery was ...

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Request for Proposal (RFP) for Security Guard Services For Granville Island (000169)

Tender Notice – Request for Proposal (RFP) Status Status:Active  Days until closing: 3 weeks 3 days hence Dates Publication date 2020/09/14  Amendment date None  Date closing 2020/10/09 11:00 Pacific Standard Time (PST) Details GSIN  K105A: Commercial Security Guard and Related Services Region of delivery  British Columbia End user entity Canada Mortgage and Housing CorporationProcurement entity Canada Mortgage and Housing CorporationRegion of opportunity  British ...

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Council to have greater role in local content issue

Coun. Laura Cabott City council has voted to become more involved in assessing how much weight should be awarded for local content when seeking professional services. The motion to have more council involvement was first introduced by Coun. Laura Cabott on June 15. Under current city practice, administration decides how many points would be awarded for local content when weighing ...

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B.C. shortlists three bidders, issues RFP for first phase of $1.3B Burnaby hospital redevelopment

Premier John Horgan announcing the major upgrade project at the hospital last fall. The British Columbia government has carved out a shortlist of bidders and issued a request for proposals for a major hospital redevelopment project in the Vancouver area. Partnerships BC, the crown agency that oversees major infrastructure work in the province, advanced the procurement process for the Burnaby ...

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