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WATER TREATMENT SERVICES for National Research Council Canada, Montreal Road (Headquarters) Ottawa

National Research Council Canada | Published March 6, 2017  -  Deadline December 4, 2017
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Water Treatment Services

for

National Research Council Canada, Montreal Road (Headquarters) Ottawa

Background:

The National Research Council Canada, Montreal Road (Headquarters), located at 1200 Montreal Road, Ottawa requires the services of an organization specialized in the water treatment process which includes all water boiler systems, all cooling towers, all hot water loops and all chilled water loops.

Tasks:

The water treatment program will include all chemical products, any required equipment, and professional consulting services to:

  1. Improve program safety and reduce program risk/liability
  2. Reduce fuel and electrical consumption through heat transfer efficiency. This is accomplished by minimizing scale, corrosion, fouling, and microbiological growth, which create deposits on heat transfer surfaces.
  3. Minimize repair and maintenance costs associated with replacement and cleaning of equipment due to scale, corrosion, fouling, or microbiological activity.
  4. Provide professional, knowledgeable and involved sales/service personnel to ensure program success.
  5. Accurately monitor program results and communicate appropriate recommendations with quantifiable business oriented justifications.
  6. Thoroughly train maintenance personnel on the implementation and control of the program.

Timeframe and Delivery Dates:

The proposal is for these five year(s) periods.

Year 1 April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018

Year 2 April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019

Year 3 April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020

Year 4 April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021

Year 5 April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022

Criteria for assessment of the Statement of Capabilities - Mandatory requirements:

  • The proposed supplier must have at least 15 years’ experience working in the field of Industrial Chemical Sales and Service.
  • On-site staff must have a minimum of 10 years’ experience as a Technical Service Technician
  • The on-site staff must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s of Science.
  • The proposed product and service supplier must be able to provide a one hour response time to the Ottawa area which allows for face to face meetings on a monthly basis and for quick response over urgent operational issues.
  • The proposed supplier must regulate the concentration of amine using an on-site analyzer system which is designed to continuously monitor and control the concentration of amine in the system. A sample conditioning module prepares the process sample as it is being pumped to an analyzer. The conditioned sample is measured as it passes through a polished, quartz tube in the fluorometer by the following process; an excitation light source shines through the quartz tube, the conditioned sample fluoresces, and a photomultiplier measures the emitted light. The quantity of light emitted is proportional to the amount of chemical present in the system
  • The proposed supplier must use for the boiler, an internal sludge conditioner with an all polymer product to reduce the internal boiler corrosion and have an integrated fluorescent dye for the ease of testing (within 5 sec) and control
  • There must be no additional installation cost associated in the implementation of the proposed water conditioning system.
  • The proposed supplier must be able to supply/rent to the NRCC fully automated solid chemical systems for complete chemical control for large cooling tower systems. This system will have remote control and access ability.

Chemical bulk delivery:

CHEMICAL STORAGE AND HANDLING REQUIREMENTS

We are concerned with chemical storage, drum handling and disposal at our site. To eliminate chemical handling by site personnel, all products must be capable of being fed neat (without dilution or contact) by our operators. In order to minimize our liability in this regard, we require the following regarding chemical delivery and storage:

***Chemical Storage Requirements:

a) Storage container material of construction must be stainless steel. It must have an appropriate lining if storing corrosive chemical material. Exteriors must be stainless for strength.

b) Secondary containment volume must be at least 150% of the delivered chemical storage container volume.

c) Storage tanks must have bottom drain capabilities to insure positive, flooded suction for chemical pumping and injection and to allow complete emptying of the vessel.

d) Storage containers must have a clear sight glass with inventory and drawdown capabilities for monitoring and control of the chemical program.

e) Pumps must be located inside the containment.

f) The supplier must retain ownership of tanks.

g) Tanks must be vented and fitted with fume suppression equipment during delivery.

h) Tanks must be fitted with automated inventory control and re-ordering equipment to prevent running out of chemical unexpectedly and to notify supplier of use rate abnormalities.

i) Tanks must be fitted with automated inventory control and re-ordering equipment to prevent running out of chemical unexpectedly and to notify supplier of use rate abnormalities.

*Chemical Delivery Requirements:

a) Chemical transport equipment must comply with DOT requirements for transporting hazardous material.

b) Chemical transport equipment brought on site must be stainless steel on exterior for strength.

c) No empty or full chemical transport equipment is to be stored on-site.

d) Deliveries must be made by chemical handlers working for the chemical provider and not a third party contractor with the following certifications

i) Certified in WHIMS compliance

ii) Equipped with PPE on-site for delivery and transfer of chemical.

iii) Equipped with items required to handle spills and any unexpected incidents.

e) Chemicals must be transportable up steps if needed.

Dry Chemical Packaging, Storage and Handling Requirements

We are concerned with the amount of liquid chemicals being used and stored on campus. In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint, reduce freight charges and increase safety, we are asking for solid chemical feed and control programs for the cooling systems. This ensures the least amount of packaging material is used and makes storage easier due to the concentrated form of the chemistry. Minimal handling is allowed but must be minimized (i.e. placing solid bricks in feeder/dispenser is allowed). Training regarding proper PPE shall be provided at no additional cost. In addition, biocides should be handled with care to minimize contact with operators and workers. In order to minimize our liability in this regard, we require the following regarding chemical packaging, delivery and storage.

***Chemical Packaging Requirements:

a) Chemical packaging material must be recyclable and made of cardboard. Actual chemical bricks shall retain a light plastic wrapper to minimize dust until product can be place in dissolver.

b) Chemical packaging must provide >90% reduction in packaging material by weight as compared to 5 gallon pails.

c) There shall be no specified Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) required for handling the chemical bricks.

***Chemical Shipping Requirements:

a) Chemical containers or boxes must be capable of shipping overnight for emergency use.

b) Deliveries must not require specialized training or additional safety precautions.

c) Boxes of solid chemistry must be capable of being stored in a cabinet to minimize chemical footprint.

Large System Liquid Chemical Addition and Control (one system on site)

1. Chemical control panel for bleed control and inject of chemical is to meet the following minimum requirements:

· The Controller must be able to directly monitor and control both the addition of the corrosion inhibitor, the Primary Oxidizing Biocide and the secondary biocide. It must also be able to measure the active polymer in the system.

· The controller must have the ability to monitor and control conductivity (bleed).

· The controller is to be equipped with an automatic system that detects and reacts to Biological Activity real time to base feed and control strategies on both planktonic and sessile bacteria levels. The feed strategies must allow for manual, slug-based or timer feed options. This shall include pre-bleed and lockout capability.

· The controller must also be capable of monitoring and controlling the condenser water’s pH, and ORP.

· The control system must have in-line mild steel and copper corrosion probes, and be capable of sending those readings to the controller for instantaneous corrosion rate measurements.

· The unit must be capable of measuring turbidity.

· The controller must have the ability for remote monitoring and control, either through a phone line, or a web based system. It must also be able to send Alarms via phones, texts and/or emails.

· The controller must be equipped with a Data Management program, capable of storing measured values for a one year period, and be able to generate graphs and reports on any or all of the variables.

· Additional measurement capabilities shall include temperature, cell fouling, background fluorescence, relay status, and pulse counter with water meter.

· The controller shall be capable of calculating the following parameters: Holding Time Index, System Volume, Blowdown Rate, Heat Rejection, Makeup Water Rate, Recirculation Rate, Pump Duty, and Product Usage.

· The controller shall have additional two (2) 4/20 mA input relays and eight (8) additional output relays.

Large System Dry Chemical Addition and Control (two systems on site)

We are very concerned with our environmental foot print and the safety aspects of our cooling water program and are requiring a solid chemistry feed and control program. The program shall have the ability to have each component (inhibitor and biocides) to be in a solid form along with real time control of the solid form inhibitor chemistry.

Treatment Dispenser

The solid chemistry dispenser shall meet the following minimum requirements:

· The capacity of the dispensing tube shall equate to the volume of active product in a 5 to 15 gallon container.

· The reservoir that contains the dissolving solid brick chemistry shall have 3 level sensors to minimize chemical spills.

· At least one level sensor must be capable of shutting down the flow to prevent overflow conditions.

· The reservoir shall be capable of doubling its capacity with two solid dispenser units and maintain one common reservoir to simplify feed and demand strategies based on real time control.

· Dispenser shall be capable of automatically notifying the operator of low inventory chemical levels.

· Dispenser must contain an automatic safety shut off when the inventory lid is opened to prevent spray or spill incidences.

· Dispenser shall be IP-67 rated for environmental conditions.

· Dispensing unit must have passed temperature testing for a range between 33F to 140F (please provide laboratory test results/proof).

Cooling Towers – Conventional Treatment (17 systems on site, most year round operation)

The NRCC recognizes that technology changes over time and updating is required from time to time. Due to the number of cooling towers and the differences in size and operation of each, there are various controller platforms used. As each unit is assessed and replaced the following criteria will be followed

Chemical control panel for bleed control and injection of chemical is to meet the following minimum requirements:

· The Controller must be able to directly monitor and control both the addition of the corrosion inhibitor, the Primary Oxidizing Biocide and the Secondary biocide. It must also be able to measure the active polymer in the system.

· The controller must have the ability to monitor and control conductivity (bleed).

· The controller must also be capable of monitoring the condenser water’s ORP.

· The unit must be capable of measuring turbidity.

· The controller must have the ability for remote monitoring and control, either through a phone line, or a web based system. It must also be able to send Alarms via phones, texts and/or emails.

· The controller must be equipped with a Data Management program, capable of storing measured values for a one year period, and be able to generate graphs and reports on any or all of the variables.

· Additional measurement capabilities shall include temperature, cell fouling, background fluorescence, relay status, and pulse counter with water meter.

· The controller shall be capable of calculating the following parameters: Holding Time Index, System Volume, Blowdown Rate, Heat Rejection, Makeup Water Rate, Recirculation Rate, Pump Duty, and Product Usage.

· The controller shall have additional two (2) 4/20 mA input relays and eight (8) additional output relays.

CLOSED LOOP CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT

The NRCC has over 100 closed loops located in the various buildings on the Montreal Rd. campus. The closed loops require corrosion inhibitor to be maintained to prolong the life of the systems and ensure the highest heat exchange capacity. Consideration will need to be made in terms of quantity of treatment these systems on an ongoing basis. Professional guidance will be required if a system becomes a challenge to the staff of NRCC with regards to the correcting of the systems chemistry.

Service

1. Minimum monthly site service visits with reports and recommendations to be submitted to manager in a professional type written manner. All reports are to be maintained on site in binder format for the current contract year. Weekly reports must also be submitted to the manager with all of the parameters that the control system is measuring as specified in Section B.

Laboratory and analytical capabilities

Vendor shall own and operate their lab and have the ISO 9001:2000 certification and not sub-contract analysis.

Vendor should be able to provide the following analysis:

· Deposit analysis

· Resin analysis

· Membrane analysis

· Complete Differential Microbiological Analyses

· Metallurgy

Pool Chemicals & Water Filtration

Department of National Defence | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline May 30, 2017
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Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   Pool Chemicals & Water Filtration  W0107-16C622/A Cook, Wayne Telephone No. - (613) 401-0623 (    ) Fax No. - (613) 687-6656 (    ) E-mail: wayne.cook@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca  To establish a Regional Individual Standing Offer (RISO) for the supply anddeliver of various types of pool chemicals, water filtration products and other related materials for Real Properties, Garrison Petawawa on an "as and when requested basis.  The period for placing call-ups against the Standing Offer shall be from date of award to 31 July 2020.  Delivery: as required  Quantity: various  Delivery Date: 04/04/2017  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

HIGH-DIMENSIONALITY COLORIMETRIC ARRAYS FOR MICROBIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DETECTION-IDENTIFICATION

Department of National Defence | Published December 20, 2016  -  Deadline October 1, 2017
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Trade Agreement: NONE Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   1. TITLE  HIGH-DIMENSIONALITY COLORIMETRIC ARRAYS FOR MICROBIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DETECTION-IDENTIFICATION  2. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS  There is no security requirement applicable to the Contract.  3. REQUIREMENT  Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC)  Suffield Research Centre (SRC) has an opportunity to develop and exploit an inexpensive and versatile detector, based on high-dimensionality colorimetric arrays, essentially a test panel of responsive indicators arranged on a disposablefilter paper fragment. The chemical nature of the responsive indicators is such that within a selection of 50-100 such indicators, millions of unique responses are possible, and unknown compounds will cause an unpredictable, but reproducible response. DRDC intends to collaborate on the development of such a device, by building a comparator library of known samples, against which unknowns can be tested.     To this end, DRDC SRC has been exploring the utility of non-electronic passive sensors for volatile organic compounds (VOC). VOC may be produced by bacterial cells in culture or chemical compounds in the environment.  The sensors are generally described as having multiple differentially responsive elements (10-100), having a response profile predominantly in the range of visible light, in a small array (less than 10 cm2 in size, printed onto paper or membrane surfaces). Alternative small formats would be acceptable (e.g. plastic surfaces, stiffened membranes). The intended use of the arrays is inavariety of holders or vessels, which may be used to grow or capture various unknowns. The main challenge of such a system is the ability to rapidly analyse and interpret the response of the array to any exposure. It is anticipated that the array provider will also have analytical tools either ready to use, cloud based, or in prototype.  4. PERIOD OF THE CONTRACT  The estimated period of the contract is from date of award to March 31, 2019  5. EVALUATION AND SELECTION  Mandatory technical evaluation criteria are included in Annex D.  A bid must comply with the requirements of the bid solicitation and meet all mandatory technical evaluation criteria to be declared responsive. The responsive bid with the lowest evaluated price will be recommended for award of a contract.  6. OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY  Any intellectual property arising from the performance of the Work under the Contract will vest in the Contractor.  Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Employee Relation Consultant(s) for the update of the Hazard Prevention Program – Level Senior and Intermediate

Canadian Heritage | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline June 1, 2017
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Update of the Hazard Prevention Program

The present program dates back to 2011 and does not reflect the total reality at PCH. In particular, the hazards found at the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) are not given in great detail (many laboratories). Furthermore, in 2013 PCH received a new program from the National Capital Commission (NCC). A number of NCC employees involved in Canada Day and Winterlude, for instance, joined PCH. That group, now known as the Capital Experience, face many hazards previously unknown at PCH (e.g.: stage construction, outdoor work in winter and in summer, etc.) Furthermore, with the new standardization of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS), we must ensure that everything is compliant.

This bid solicitation is being issued to satisfy the requirement of The Department of Canadian Heritage (PCH) [the “Client”] for the provision of Task and Solutions Professional Services. PCH aims to comply with the requirements of Part II of the Canada Labour Code as well as those of Part XIX of the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations in terms of the Occupational Hazard Prevention Program in regards to hazard identification and assessment (according to the hazard level), the choice of prevention measures and identification of the appropriate training. The identified hazard will be comprised of safety hazards (such as working at height, hazards related to the use of machinery and mobile equipment), physical hazards, biological and chemical hazards, ergonomic hazards and psychosocial hazards as well as any other hazards that can be identified.

Support for Implementation, Adaptation and Improvement of the CFIA's Establishment-Based Risk Assessment Model

Canadian Food Inspection Agency | Published April 13, 2017  -  Deadline May 23, 2017
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The CFIA is modernizing its inspection system and developing a risk-based model for assigning inspection resources to the food establishments under its jurisdiction within Canada and for countries exporting to Canada.

When such a model is put into practice, close monitoring is needed to check the model’s performance, identify and correct shortcomings and make the necessary changes.

The CFIA has therefore agreed to have the model periodically updated so that the data used as its input are the latest and most pertinent, thus preserving its scientific value.

The ERA model will be applied not only in Canadian food production facilities, but also in establishments that export to Canada. An initial evaluation of the steps needed to incorporate imports into the model has already been made. It quickly became apparent that significant changes with regard to certain risk factors would be necessary as serious limitations emerged as to the sources of data to feed the model. Adapting the ERA model to cover imports will thus be more complex than expected and will be the subject of work under this contract.

Similarly, CFIA’s Science Branch has decided to develop a model on ERA lines, or an adaptation of it, for hatcheries under CFIA jurisdiction in Canada.

Lastly, when the model’s performance is evaluated and updated, including inclusion of chemical hazards at every step in the mitigation measures and facility history, plans provide for in-depth reviews of the literature and applied research projects, targeting, for example, levels of pathogenic bacteria in certain foodstuffs.

Contaminants and Health Effects in Wildlife in Canadian Great Lakes and the National Chemicals Monitoring Plan

Environment Canada | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline October 4, 2017
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To compile and report on data on contaminants and health of wildlife in Great Lakes Areas of Concern (AOC); to assess the beneficial use impairments (BUI) of wildlife in the AOC; to create databases, reports and presentations to be used in assessing the status of delisting criteria. Secondarily to compile, organize, tabulate and write reports on wildlife data generated by the Chemicals Management Plan (CMP) National Monitoring Program. Also prepare metadata and databases for input into the Environment and Climate Change Canada’s (ECCC) Data catalogue.

Emergency Medical Support - Ralston, Alberta

Department of National Defence | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline October 2, 2017
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   EMERGENCY MEDIAL SUPPORT - RALSTON, ALBERTA   The DRDC (Defence Research and Development Canada), Suffield Research Centre (SRC) Field Operations Section (FOS) carries out an extensive field test program that involves the use of hazardous materials and oversees a counter-terrorism training program involving the use of Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA). In addition, DRDC Suffield is conducting operations that involve extensive waste segregation and disposal of CWA contaminated waste and performing environmental remediation of legacy trial sites that are potentially contaminated with CWA. DRDC Suffield safety policies mandate that on-site emergency medical personnel are in attendance during these field tests and training programs.  Emergency response team members must be able to provide breathing assistance with oxygen support.  To provide optimal safety and immediate emergency response, DRDC Suffield Research Centre utilizes properly trained employees as first-on-scene responders to provide medical aid and initial decontamination of casualties.  To provide optimal medical care these employees need to be adequately trained in assisted ventilation with oxygen supplementation.  This contract will provide the required level of first aid certification toenable employee emergency responders to assess the casualty health status and if needed provide assisted ventilation with oropharyngeal airway placement and oxygen supplementation.  The estimated period of the contract is 2017-04-01 to 2020-03-31.  There are security requirements associated with this requirement. For additional information, consult Part 6 - Security, Financial and Other Requirements, and Part 7 - Resulting Contract Clauses. For more information on personnel and organization security screening or security clauses, Bidders should refer to the Industrial Security Program (ISP) of Public Works and Government Services Canada (http://ssi-iss.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/index-eng.html) website.  The requirement is limited to Canadian goods and/or services.   Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

FIRE DETECTION,FIRE SUPPRESSION

Fisheries and Oceans Canada | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline April 25, 2017
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   CANADIAN COAST GUARD VESSELS CENTRAL & ARTIC REGION - GREAT LAKES SECTOR  PROVINCE OF ONTARIO FIRE DETECTION, FIRE SUPPRESSION AND PORTABLE FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT INSPECTION AND SERVICING SERVICES  The Canadian Coast Guard, Central & Arctic Region has the requirement for the annual inspection, servicing and certification of the fire detection, fire suppression and firefighting equipment on board an estimated 40 vessels located in the Central and Arctic region, Great Lakes sector in accordance with Annex A Statement of Work.  The vessels range in size from a 5.9 meter rigid hull inflatables to the 72 meter vessel with a crew of 25.  The term of the Standing Offer is for an initial period of one (1) year with two (2) one (1) year option periods.  The requirement is limited to Canadian goods and/or services.  The requirement is subject to the provisions of the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).  There are no security requirement associated with this requirement  The geographic area of the potential sites for services covered under this Standing Offer is for the Central and Arctic region, Great Lakes sector  province of Ontario.     The vessels of the Canadian Coast Guard have onboard an estimated 400 various types and sizes of portablefire extinguishers and equipment, including but not limited to: ABC dry chemical fire extinguishers (5, 10, 20 lbs), CO2 fire extinguishers (5, 10, 15, 50, 75, 100 lbs), FX 384, 358, 607 and 609 - ABC dry chemical fire extinguishers, AFFF foam fire extinguishers and 40 cubic ft. - 30 minute air bottles - Scott or M.S.A.  The vessels are fitted with a variety of systems including the following:  Fixed Systems  Alarm Systems  Kidde -Fenwal Inc. - FM200              Notifier Kidde - CO2 systems                     Edwards Novec 1230 Range Guard  Mandatory Technical Criteria  M.1  The Offeror must demonstrate that it employs on a permanent basis at least two (2) certified Fire detection and firefighting service technicians.  M.2  The Offeror shall Certify that he can accomplish the work at all the following Home Port / Locations in the province of Ontario as follows: Amherstburg, Burlington, Cobourg, Goderich, Kenora, Kingston, Meaford, Parry Sound, Port Dover, Port Weller, Prescott, Sarnia, Sault Ste. Marie, Thunder Bay, and Tobermory  M.3  The Offeror must demonstrate that he has the necessary equipment and rolling stock required for the repair, maintenance, and certification services for fire detection / firefighting systems described in paragraph 3 of Annex A.  M.4  The Offeror shall demonstrate that he is a Kidde and Range Guard certified Contractor by providing certificates indicating that the Offeror has on staff certified Kidde and Range Guard service technicians to perform shipboard service work on fixed FM 200 and CO2 systems.  M.5  The Offeror shall demonstrate that he is a Notifier certified Contractor and provide certificates indicating that the Offeror has on staff certified Notifier system service technicians to perform shipboard service work on Notifier Fire Detection systems.  M.6  The Offeror shall demonstrate that he has on staff certified service technicians to service portable fire extinguishers.  M.7  The Offeror shall demonstrate that he has on staff certified service technicians to service galley fire suppression systems.  M.8  Offeror must have a work record free of accident(s), incident(s) and unsatisfactory work record(s) on CCG ships and installations in the last two years including the following:   A.  Offeror personnel must not have had a serious, light or minor accident on a CCG ships in the last two years from the date of issue of the solicitation:  (Any injury that required more than local first aid.  This does not include a first aid injury where visit was made to a doctor for company or CSST regulations)   B.  Offeror personnel must not have had an incident that caused damage to CCG equipment or ship in the last two years from the date of issue of the solicitation.  This includes any incident / accident that could have caused a serious or light injury in the last two years.  C.  The Offeror must not have had an unsatisfactory rating with a contract or call up against standing offer in the last two years from the date of issue of the solicitation. Financial Evaluation  Financial evaluation  The financial evaluation criteria is described at paragraph 2 of Annex E - Evaluation Plan of the RFP.  The evaluation plan incorporates:  hourly rates, travel time & distance and rates per kilometer. Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Electrical repairs & upgrade

Fisheries and Oceans Canada | Published January 26, 2017  -  Deadline September 2, 2017
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Statement of Work

This project is to repair or upgrade all the electrical related items identified in the last building condition inspection as follows:

  1. Electrical Room main breaker to be replaced, and the existing breaker to be serviced & used as a spare
  2. Electrical Room unit heater replacement
  3. Operational indicators for well house pumps to be tested and repaired as necessary.
  4. Thermographic analysis of all existing switchboard, transformer, etc., and clean, check all electrical equipment in Electrical Room 120 to factory recommended specifications
  5. Extend transformer ground for Right Wing Fish Pond Structure to main service ground
  6. Repairing fish feeder electrical system
  7. Installation of six (6) pull stations
  8. Electrical work to make electric hoists in Sorting Building to be able to operate with a portable emergency generator.
  9. Electrical work in the Chemical Storage room for the existing lamps, air proving switches, exhaust fans etc.
  10. Replacement of Washroom hand dryer in the Administration Building.
  11. Make Locker/Storage room exhaust fan to run 24 hours/day
  12. Replacement of existing lighting in Mechanical room basement with waterproof lighting
  13. Install new receptacles with ground fault breakers for Garage Building.
  14. Electrical work to make Administration Building office area to be able to operate with a portable emergency generator

    Additional requirements of the project

  1. The construction schedule shall not interrupt the Science Program on site.
  2. The contractor will demonstrate to the project engineer during the final inspection that the contract documents are followed.
  3. The contractor is to provide price to supply and install all labour, materials, permits, etc… for this project.
  4. The contractor will include the information about the warranty (period and items to be covered)
  5. The contractor will provide the as-built drawings in one-week following the project substantial completion inspection.

    Work Schedule

  1. Project completion by March 31, 2017.
  2. Notifying the project engineer once the work is completed, the project engineer will co-ordinate final inspection
  3. Provide at least 48 hours advanced notice to the project engineer before coming to the site for the first time to start the work

    LOCATION OF WORK, WORK SITE AND DELIVERY POINT:

    114 Fish Hatchery Lane, Kingsclear, NB E3E 2C6

    FAMILIARIZATION WITH SITE:

    Site visit is mandatory before tender closing. The site visit will occur twice over a one (1) day period. Contractors wishing to visit the site must contact by email the Senior Contracting Officer listed below.

Contractors, bidders, or those they invite to site are to review specification Section 01 35 28 – “Health and Safety Requirements” before visiting site. Take all appropriate safety measures for any visit to site, either before or after acceptance of bid.

Regional Annual Fire Sprinkler Testing

Correctional Service of Canada | Published March 20, 2017  -  Deadline September 5, 2017
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This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada,

Trade agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), World Trade Organisation-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP), North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)/Canada-Peru, Canada-Colombia and/or Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreements

Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid.

Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid,

Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business:

This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers.

Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement:

This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement.

Security Requirements:

This contract does not include security requirements.

Nature of Requirements:

The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement.

Correctional Service Canada has an annual requirement for testing, inspection and certification of fire alarm and fire protection systems at eight institutions, one Regional Supply Depot and one Community Correctional Centre.

Objectives: The annual testing and certification of all nine aspects of the fire protection systems in accordance with NFPA 10, 14, 17, 17A, 25, 72, 96, CAN/ULC S536 and CAN/ULC S552, NFC 2015 and CSA B64.10.1-11.

Deliverables:

Provision of all labour, parts and materials, tools, equipment, transportation and supervision necessary to provide an annual test for all nine aspects of the Fire Protection Systems as follows including:

main fire alarm system and all components/devices;

wet, dry, and pre action fire sprinkler systems;

emergency lighting and exit signs in all buildings;

fire extinguishers;

fire hydrants;

back flow back flow prevention assemblies;

fire hoses;

kitchen hood(s) chemical sprinkler suppression system (semi annually);

Vesda smoke alarm system

Kitchen suppression system item

Provision of reports

Term of Contract:

Period of the Contract:

The Work is to be performed during the period of June 1, 2017 to May 31, 2019, with option to extend up to one additional one year period under the same conditions.

File Number: 21801-16-0131

Contracting Authority: Ella Tromp

33991 Gladys Avenue

Abbotsford, BC

V2S 2E8

Telephone number: 604-870-2521

Facsimile number: 604-870-2444

E-mail: ella.tromp@csc-scc.gc.ca

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The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.

Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French).

Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted.

After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person.

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