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Chemical Repellent Treatments

Department of National Defence | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 28, 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:   Chemical Repellent Treatments  W7702-175839/A Chubey, Karen Telephone - (204) 291-5928  Fax - (204) 983-7796   The Department of National Defence (DND), Defence Research and Development Canada in Ralston, Alberta has a requirement to supply and treat fabrics, perform durability conditioning, perform repellency performance testing on an as and when requested basis in accordance to the Statement of Work attached at Annex A herein.  The period of the Standing Offer Agreement (SOA) is from Date ofissuance to April 30 2018 with Canada retaining an irrevocable option to extend the SOA for an additional two (2) consecutive one (1) year periods.  Work shall be completed in accordance with the Statement of Work and terms and conditions specified herein.  The requirement is subject to the provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Bilateral Trade Agreements and the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).   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.

Cavity Ringdown Spectrometer

Environment Canada | Published November 25, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 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:   Cavity Ringdown Spectrometer  Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), Air Quality Research Division, Toronto, Ontario has a requirement for one (1) CRDS (CO2/CO/CH4/H2O) analyzer. Quantification of these species provides valuable information as they are tracers of combustion processes.  These measurements will advance our knowledge and understanding of pollutant sources and CO2 and CO can be used as reference for determining emission factors of other chemical species.  This system must use CRDStechnology and continuously measure CO2, CO and CH4 with high precision and be robust for sampling from various platforms including aircraft, ground vehicles, towers, ground sites and in the laboratory.   All the deliverables must be received on or before March 31, 2017.  The requirement is subject to the provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)."    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.

RISO Water Treatment Chemicals

Department of National Defence | Published February 1, 2017
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Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/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:   RISO Water Treatment Chemicals  This PWGSC office provides procurement services to the public in both official languages of Canada.  W6837-175313/A Drisdelle, Charlotte Telephone No. - (506) 851-6948 Fax No. - (506) 851-6759 Email: charlotte.drisdelle@pwgsc.gc.ca  REQUIREMENT:  Requesting a standing offer for the supply and delivery of Chemical Products to Department of National Defence at 5th Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown to the Water Treatment Plant and the Waste Water Plant (approximately 5 to 6 kilometers apart) located in Oromocto, New Brunswick on an "as and when requested" basis for the period 01 June, 2017 to 31 May, 2018 inclusive.  PRICING:    Bidders must provide pricing as per attached Annex "B", Basis of Payment,List of Product as per the mandatory specifications.   MANDATORY DELIVERY REQUIREMENT:   The supplier or his designated representative will be responsible and MUST give DND (24) hour advance notice of the specific date to expect delivery of products.    This is to ensure that DND has someone available that day at all times to receive shipment with the necessary equipment to unload if required.  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.

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.

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.

Vessel and Crew to Support the Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), Maritimes Region, Ocean Monitoring Program – Spring 2017

Fisheries and Oceans Canada | Published January 30, 2017
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Vessel and Crew to Support the Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), Maritimes Region, Ocean Monitoring Program – Spring 2017

CONTRACTING PERIOD

Upon contract award through to May 15, 2017. The Contracted Work will consist of 20 working days, including 16 working days at sea.

OBJECTIVE

The Department is seeking availability of a capable non-Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) Oceanographic Research Vessel to conduct its Atlantic Zonal Monitoring Program (AZMP) Spring 2017 ocean monitoring program. Specifically, an Oceanographic Research Vessel is required for 20 days in April 1, 2017, through to May 15, 2017, as per the following time requirements:

  • Mobilization at Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, CANADA – 2 days
  • Monitoring Survey on the Scotian Shelf, including Cabot Strait, located in the offshore of Nova Scotia, CANADA – 16 days at sea
  • Demobilization at Halifax, Nova Scotia, CANADA – 2 days

The AZMP Spring 2017 ocean monitoring program needs to be conducted during this time period to allow for comparability of data and results with previous annual surveys conducted at this time and location.

BACKGROUND

The Science Branch, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Maritimes Region, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CANADA, requires the complete services of an Oceanographic Research Vessel charter (vessel and crew) to deliver its AZMP in the Spring of 2017, to operate within the offshore waters of Nova Scotia, CANADA. The monitoring program was implemented with the aim of increasing DFO’s capacity to understand, describe, and forecast the state of the marine ecosystem, and to quantify the changes in the ocean’s physical, chemical, and biological properties.

The AZMP Spring 2017 ocean monitoring program will consist of up to 55 water sampling stations (e.g., Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD), nets, and water bottle samples). This sampling will consist of the core AZMP with sampling up to 160 nm offshore and to depths of 2000 m. The area of operation is the offshore waters of the Scotian Shelf, inclusive of the Cabot Strait in the northeast to Browns Bank in the southwest. This annual Spring monitoring program typically is carried out using CCG Oceanographic Research Vessels. In Spring 2017, however, CCG Oceanographic Research Vessels are not available for this program due to lifecycle maintenance.

REQUIREMENTS

The Statement of Work outlines all mandatory and asset requirements that an Offshore Research Vessel considered to be capable of completing during the AZMP Spring 2017 ocean monitoring program will include. The Bidder must provide proof of Contractor capability and vessel’s capacity to meet all mandatory requirements. Copies of all relevant certificates must be included in a Bidder’s submission. Should a Bidder not provide this information, the Contracting Authority may follow-up with the Bidder to get the information for verification purposes.

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.

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