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Environment Canada – Enforcement Services Officer Portal. Provision of portal maintenance and learning services, learning content development and delivery of consulting services

Environment Canada | Published June 30, 2016  -  Deadline July 22, 2016
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Environment Canada – Enforcement Services Officer Portal.

Provision of portal maintenance and learning services, learning content development and delivery of consulting services

Janitorial Services – Whitehorse, YT

Environment Canada | Published May 5, 2016  -  Deadline May 20, 2016
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To engage the services of a Contractor who shall provide all competent labor, supervision, approved materials and equipment required for building cleaning and janitorial services for Environment Canada’s Combined Services Building at 91782 Alaska Highway and the Yukon Weather Centre Building at 91780 Alaska Highway.

Janitorial Services – Pacific Environmental Science Centre

Environment Canada | Published October 30, 2015  -  Deadline August 12, 2015
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Environment Canada’s Pacific Environmental Science Centre (PESC) is located in North Vancouver, British Columbia, and has been in operation since November 1995. The Centre houses 4,000 square metres of analytical chemistry, environmental toxicology, microbiology and field laboratories and is comprised of the following five building blocks connected by way of links. Block A – the Administrative Building.Block B – the Field Operations CentreBlock C – the Aquatic Toxicity LabBlock D – the Inorganics LabBlock E – the Organics Lab The Centre requires ongoing building cleaning and janitorial services while maintaining the integrity of laboratory operations. Within Block B () there is a containment level 2 microbiology laboratory (Rooms B106, B107, B109, B111 and B112). The Public Health Agency of Canada’s Laboratory Bio-safety Guidelines require that unaccompanied janitorial staff entering Containment Level 2 laboratories be provided with adequate awareness training.This awareness training will include a 10 minute orientation session in the laboratory with a trained program staff member and the requirement to read, understand and sign-off on an awareness training form that will be supplied by Environment Canada. Floor Area of PESC offices that requires cleaning services All lab facilities – 44% 2,464 m2 (24,640 sq.ft.) Office premises – 56% 3,136 m2 (31,360 sq.ft.)

Marketing and Communications Project Contractor

 | Published February 10, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016
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The Contractor will be required to execute projects supporting consumer, trade and media channels. These will include maintaining and fostering partner, media and agency relations, as well providing recommended and implementing approaches to support related strategies and initiatives. The work involves coordinating a number of different marketing and communications-based projects concurrently and moving seamlessly from one project to another. The Contractor is expected to provide effective and efficient project management services and will rely on their strong knowledge of media trends along with their firm understanding of the international tourism and marketing environment. The media environment is constantly evolving and requires scanning of these environments to stay current in knowledge of innovations in media channels and communications, and the sharing of related insights.

The Contractor is responsible for day to day project management activities including analysis and interpretation of research, providing feedback and direction related to program development, interacting with CTC’s partners and suppliers, writing, editing, and producing communications products for both external and internal audiences. The Contractor will oversee the accuracy, completeness and effectiveness of content related to the program, its content sites and supporting social media channels. The Contractor has a direct impact on final marketing communication messages and contributes to the effective implementation of an integrated communications strategy. In addition the Contractor impacts, through the coordination of projects and contributions to the implementation of plans, to the success of CTC’s integrated marketing and communication campaigns.

Marine Water Quality Monitoring Contract – South Coast of British Columbia

Environment Canada | Published January 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 3, 2016
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Due to their filtering feeding mechanism, bivalve molluscan shellfish (clams, mussels, oysters, cockles, scallops, geoducks) are susceptible to concentrating deleterious water-borne substances in their meat. Bacteria and viruses are concentrated in high levels in shellfish where growing waters are polluted by sewage. Contaminated shellfish are a public health concern.

The Canadian Shellfish Sanitation Program (CSSP) has the primary objective of protecting public health from the consumption of contaminated bivalve molluscan shellfish by controlling harvesting of shellfish in Canada. The CSSP is jointly administered by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and Environment Canada (EC). EC’s role is to evaluate actual and potential sources of fecal contamination through shoreline sanitary surveys, as well as collect surface marine water samples for bacteriological analyses. Fecal coliform concentrations are measured and used as an indicator of sewage contamination. The data for each sample site is examined and compared to an international standard. Based on marine water quality results, coupled with shoreline sanitary information findings, recommendations are made to the Pacific Region Interdepartmental Shellfish Committee for appropriate classification for the purposes of harvesting shellfish.

In order to maintain appropriate classifications and according to known pollution risks - two, five or six marine water samples are collected from each sampling site each year. Samples are analyzed for fecal coliforms and salinity content.

The Marine Water Quality Monitoring unit requires the services of a Contractor with the expertise and resources to perform sampling activities in designated sampling sites in the southern coast of British Columbia.

Resulting Term of the Contract

The initial period of work covers fiscal year 2016/2017 (April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017).

Environment Canada may extend the contract (after modifications to the scope of areas, if so warranted) for an optional three additional fiscal year periods (April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018 and April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019 and April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020).

2016 Treatment Wall B Rejuvenation PEC Site

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published August 12, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2016
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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:   2016 Treatment Wall B Rejuvenation  PEC Site   EZ897-171173A Arthur (PWY), Carolyn Telephone No. - (604) 364-2752  Fax No. - (604) 775-6633   Title: Pacific Environment Centre (PEC) Site Remediation  2016 Treatment Wall B Rejuvenation  Location:  Pacific Environment Centre (PEC) Site, West Vancouver, BC  Work Description:  Work under the Contract covers remediation of contaminated material by permeable reactive barrier wall. - Work to be performed under the Contract includes, but is not limited to, the following items covered further in the Contract: - Prime Contractor for health and safety and environmental protection at Site. - All required design activities to complete Work. - Pre-mobilization Submittals. - Progress Submittals, including cash flow and forecasting. - Prepare Site for Work, including clearing site as required and provision of onsite temporary office facilities for Departmental Representative and consultants. - Supply and prepare wall treatment material as specified - Plan Wall B restoration, including geotechnical design as required. - Design and install temporary shoring support as required to allow removal of existing wall material and replacement with new wall material to extents as shown on Drawings. - Design and install temporary shoring support as required to allow eastern extension of existing wall material and placement of new wall material to extents as shown on Drawings. - Onsite management of excavated material. - Restore Site to pre-existing conditions. - As-built and closure Submittals. - All ancillary activities required to complete Work.  Optional Work may be awarded under this Contract.  Optional work includes, but is not limited to, the following items covered further in the Contract:  - Supply and prepare additional wall treatment material as specified. - Design and install temporary shoring support as required to allow vertical extension of existing wall and eastern extension to extents as shown on Drawings. - Onsite management of additional excavated material. - All ancillary activities required to complete Work.  Green Requirements:  Use only environmentally responsible green materials/products with no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) emissions or minimum VOC emissions of indoor off-gassing contaminants for improved indoor air quality  subject of acceptance of Submittal of Materials Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Product Data.  Use materials/products containing highest percentage of recycled and recovered materials practicable  consistent with maintaining cost effective satisfactory levels of competition.  Adhere to waste reduction requirement for reuse or recycling of waste materials, thus diverting materials from Landfill.  Work will be performed in accordancewith the contract and as shown on the drawings.    Site Visit:  Contractors are strongly recommended to visit the site prior to submitting a tender for this work and to make inquiries or investigations necessary to become thoroughly acquainted with the site as well as the nature and extent of the work. A site visit is scheduled on Thursday, August 18, 2016 @ 10:00 am local time.  Interested bidders are to meet at the Site Vehicle Gate of the Pacific Environment Centre Site in West Vancouver (as shown on Figure #3 in Specifications).  Bidders must wear personal protective equipment (hard hat, high visibility vest, and work boots) to the site visit.  Delivery Date:  The work shall commence immediately upon official notification of acceptance of tender by the Contracting Authority and is to be completed by January 31, 2017.  Value of Project:  To assist with bonding and insurance requirements, this project is estimated to cost between $2,000,000.00 and $2,500,000.00  Tender Enquiries:  Carolyn Arthur, A/Supply Officer  Tel: (604)364-2752 Email:  Carolyn.Arthur@pwgsc.gc.ca   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.

CSB Envelope Recapitalization

Environment Canada | Published June 16, 2016  -  Deadline July 13, 2016
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Trade Agreement: LCSA/AIT Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: Yes Nature of Requirements:   K4A22-170081/A Yi (PWY), Patty Telephone No. - (778) 919-2578  Fax No. - (604) 775-6633   Title:  COMBINED SERVICES BUILDING ENVELOPE RECAPITALIZATION Location:  Combined Services Building (CSB), Whitehorse, Yukon  Work Description: Work of this Contract comprises the renovation of the wall assembly on the Environment Canada Combined Services Building (CSB), located at 91782 Alaska Highway, Whitehorse, Yukon as described in the attached plans and specifications.  Work of this Contract includes the supply of all labour and materials for the installation of a new insulated metal panel wall assembly including new windows and doors on the existing 1,127 square meter, pre- engineered steel building, but is not limited to the following: .1 Demolition of existing metal wall finish, trims, flashings, eavestroughs and downspouts, fiberglass batt insulation, sub-girt clips and girts, mechanical and electrical components. .2 Installation of z-girts and installation of new insulated metal panel wallassembly including new trims and flashings. .3 Installation of new fiberglass windows, metal doors and frames, and overhead sectional doors with electric operators. .4 Installation of new eavestroughs and downspouts. .5 Modification of existing mechanical and electrical penetrations as necessary to accommodate new wall assembly and flashings. .6 Modification of existing roof flashings to accommodate new wall assembly. .7 Installation of new bollards and re-painting of existing bollards and interiordoor jamb guards. .8 Installation of new steel columns and wind girts as indicated. .9 New exterior recessed lighting and plugs. .10 Co-ordination of sub-contractors. .11 Liaison with Owner and Consultant team members including architect. .12 Securing and paying for all fees and permits. .13 Mobilization and demobilization costs. .14 All work within the extent of contract. .15 Construction waste management with a target of 75% waste diversion. .16 Dumpster, construction fencing, and portable toilet rental and coordination of all rental costs (including all heavy and light equipment). .17 Coordination and management of all staging areas. .18 Site cleanliness, including progressive cleaning.  Mandatory Site Visit: A Mandatory Site Visit hasbeen scheduled on June 23, 2016 at 2:00pm PDST.  Interested Bidders are to meet in the lobby of the  Environment Canada Combined Services Building (CSB), located at 91782 Alaska Highway, Whitehorse, Yukon  Interested bidders should wear personal protective equipment (such as:  hardhat, high visibility vest, work boots) to the site visit.  Bidders are responsible for making their own travel arrangements. Interested bidders are requested to provide their name(s) and company name(s) to the Contracting Authority, Patty Yi (778) 919-2578 or patty.yi@pwgsc.gc.ca by  1430  PDST on  June 21, 2016, if you will be attending site visit.  Any clarifications or changes to the bid solicitation resulting from site visit will be included as an amendment/addendum.   No questions will be answered at the site-visit.  All questions must be submitted in writing to the Contracting Authority, Patty Yi via fax (604) 775-6633 or email patty.yi@pwgsc.gc.ca.  Completion Date: The Contractor must reach Substantial completion by August 31, 2017.  Inquiries: Patty Yi, Supply Specialist  Tel: (778) 919-2578 Fax: (604) 775-6633 Email:  patty.yi@pwgsc.gc.ca  Value of Project:  To assist with bonding and insurance requirements, this project is estimated tocost between $900,000.00 to $ 1,100,000.00.  Firms intending to submit proposals on this project should obtain tender (solicitation) documents through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders. Addenda, when issued will be available from Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders. Firms thatelect to base their proposals on tender (solicitation) documents obtained from other sources do so at their own risk and will be solely responsible to inform the tender calling authority of their intention to bid.   This procurement office providesprocurement services to the public in English.   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.

Construction Carpentry Services SOA

Correctional Service of Canada | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline April 2, 2016
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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:   Construction Carpentry Services SOA  21C82-164003/A Ly, Ronny(PWY) Telephone No. - (604) 666-0043 (    ) Fax No. - (604) 775-6633  Title: Construction Carpentry Services SOA  Location:  Zone A: Lower Mainland Zone B: Vancouver Island  Noteto Tenderers: Drawings and Specifications are now available for viewing and downloading in a Portable Document Format (PDF) or in a standard paper version. Tenderers should note that Attachment  contains the Drawings and Specifications Package (DSP) which consists of PDF files organized in an industry recognized directory structure.  Work Description: Work under this Standing Offer covers the provision of Carpentry Services for CORCAN, Correctional Service Canada;  The specific requirements in the provision of services shall include, but will not be limited to: -perform carpentry work as directed by the Site Supervisor. -ensure the maximum use of offender labour, exposing semi-skilled and unskilled candidates to a private-sector working environment. -participate, and instruct semi-skilled and unskilled offenders in carpentry techniques to optimize a balance between training and project completion deadlines.  Work will be performed in accordance with the contract schedules within the Statement of Work.  The selected offerors shall provide a range of services as identified in the Statement of Work section of this document for projects in the following zones: Zone A: Lower Mainland Zone B: Vancouver Island  It is PWGSC's intention to authorize up to one (1) Standing Offer for  Zone A and up to one (1) Standing Offer for Zone B, each for a period of two (2) years with two (2) options to extend the Standing Offer  Each for an additional consecutive twelve (12) month period.   The total dollar value of all Standing Offers is estimated to be $588,000.00 (GST or HST included)  of which $294,000.00 will be allotted to Zone A projects and $294,000.00 will be alotted to Zone B projects.   Individual call-ups will vary, up to a maximum of $40,000.00 (GST or HST included).  Offerors should note that there is no guarantee that the full or any amount of the Standing Offers will be called-up; CORCAN  will issue call-ups only when the specific services to be provided under the Standing Offer are needed.    Period of Standing Offer: The period for placing call-ups against the Standing Offer shall be for two (2) years commencing from the start date identified on the Standing Offer.    The Contractor hereby grants to Canada deux (2) irrevocable option to extend the term of the Contract each for an ADDITIONAL CONSECUTIVE TWELVE (12) MONTH PERIOD, under the same terms and conditions as contained in the Contract. It is to be noted that Canada is not obliged to exercise any of the two (2) options. The exercise of any option will be at Canada's sole discretion, by providing notification in writing to the Contractor at least sixty (60) days prior to the Contract expiry date or the expiry date of an exercised option period.  THIS STANDING OFFER CONTAINS A SECURITY REQUIREMENT: The Contractor/Offeror must, at all times during the performance of the Contract/Standing Offer, hold a  valid Designated Organization Screening (DOS), issued by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate  (CISD), Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC).    Tender Enquiries: Ronny Ly, Supply Specialist (604)666-0043 ronny.ly@pwgsc.gc.ca  Firms intending to submit proposals for this project should obtain documents through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.  Addenda when issued will be available from Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.  Firms that elect to base their proposal on documents obtained form other sources do so at their own risk and will be solely responsible to inform the tender calling authority on their intention to bid.  Proponents must indicate (when requested) on the offer form the identification number(s) of the addenda, if any, that they have taken into consideration for their proposal submission.  This PWGSC office provides procurement services to the public in English.  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.

Sikanni Remediation & Relocation

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published May 17, 2016  -  Deadline July 6, 2016
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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:   Sikanni Remediation & Relocation  EZ897-170083/A Ngan, Ken (PWY) Telephone No. - (604) 658-2755 (    ) Fax No. - (604) 775-6633 (    ) E-mail: ken.ngan@pwgsc.gc.ca  Title:  Sikanni Remediation & Building Relocation  Location: Sikanni Maintenance Camp Building, Sikanni, BC  Note to Tenderers: Drawings and Specifications are now available for viewing and downloading in a Portable Document Format (PDF) or in a standard paper version. Tenderers should note that Attachment File(s)contains the Drawings and Specifications Package (DSP) which consists of PDF files organized in an industry recognized directory structure.  Work Description:  Work to be done under this Contract comprises of relocation of the existing maintenance building, threeabove ground storage tanks (ASTs), two propane tanks, hydro poles and above ground power line, remedial excavation of petroleum-hydrocarbon (PHC) soil, screening of excavated soil, placement of PHC-contaminated soil in the onsite Biocell and backfillingat the Sikanni Maintenance Camp (the site) owned by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) (the Site Owner).   The Sikanni Maintenance Camp (SMC) is located at kilometre (km) 254 of the Alaska Highway, British Columbia (BC).  Prior to remediation, the maintenance garage, generator shed, ASTs, propane tanks, power poles and power line will be permanently relocated to the new operations area approximately 150 m north-west of the current maintenance garage location.  The new operations area will require backfilling, compaction, and grading to include a 10m buffer around it to the north.  Remediation will consist of the excavation, screening and placement of the PHC-contaminated soil in the onsite Biocell and backfilling the excavation. Work to be performed under this Contract includes, but is not limited to, the following:  1. Health and Safety Plan.  Submit site-specific project Health and Safety Plan and emergency procedures to PWGSC within 5 working days of award. Provide work area delineation plans to comply with Work Safe BC Prime Contractor requirements.  2. Locate and protect all known and unknown buried services on and adjacent to the site.   3. Grading and any necessary maintenance of the gravel access road from km 258 to the Man and Beast Pit prior to start of Work, after completion of Work, and any other times necessary to maintain the road is useable condition.  4. Backfill, compaction, and grading the infrastructure and AST relocation area and 10m buffer around it(as shown on Drawing 3) and soil compaction testing by a geotechnical engineer prior to building relocation.  5. Proposed Fuel Storage and Transfer Containment Slab - In accordance with current environmental protection practices, a new exterior reinforced concrete storage and refueling slab is to be built to provide protection to the site from the Aboveground Storage Tanks (AST's) to be relocated with the building and refueling and maintenance activities. 6. See the drawings that accompany the specification documents for the approximate location and size of the proposed containment slab.  The containment slab is to be drained by drainage system including an oil water separator.  The intent of the containment slab is to reduce the risk of contaminating the ground or natural water courses together with appropriate operation and maintenance procedures.  It is not the intention that it provides secondary containment to the AST's. 7. Above-ground Storage Tanks (AST's) - An existing 35,000 L Diesel AST,55,000 L Bitumen AST, and a 2,500 L Waste Oil AST are to be relocated on a proposed containment slab adjacent to the related maintenance building.  Relocation work is to also include the installation of services serving these tanks such as monitoring and leak detection systems in accordance with Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) Environmental Code of Practice for Above Ground and Underground Storage Tank Systems Containing Petroleum and Allied Petroleum Products PN 1326 and other relevant standards. 8. Propane Tanks - Relocate two existing 1,900 L above ground propane tanks, associated services and protective concrete jersey barriers.  Propane tanks are to be reconnected to heating services in the maintenance building. 9. Relocate the existing power poles, above ground power line, and associated structures to the new location at the site as shown on Drawing 3 in Appendix A to similar specifications (as a minimum height, spacing, etc) as currently exists. 10. Maintenance Building Relocation - The existing maintenance building at the Sikanni Highway Maintenance Camp is to be relocated to allow ground remediation works to take place at the camp site. The new location at the site as shown on Drawing 3 in Appendix A.  The existing maintenance building structure, and other building elements, are described in Scouten Engineering drawings 1027-02 G-101, C-101 to C103, and S-101 to S-103.  The maintenance building is a pre-engineered steel framed type structure with exterior profiled metal cladding.  The building appears to be founded on reinforced concrete foundations.  The project requires the existing maintenance building to relocated, and therefore the construction of new building foundations and an interior partitioned office space, mezzanine floor, mezzanine floor access stairs and associated non-structural partitions, doors and windows to approximately match the existing interior of the maintenance building.  The new floor slab for the building is to be designed to allow water and snow collected on vehicles to drain to the new oil-water separator (see the description of the proposed Fuel Storage and Transfer Containment Slab below). Following the maintenance building relocation, the existing foundations are to be demolished and removed from site. 11. Generator and Seacan Enclosure Relocation - The existing generator together with its Seacan enclosure is to be relocated and related services re-routed.  The generator and enclosure is to be placed on a new reinforced concrete slab-on-grade foundation in its proposed new location. 12. Commissioning (hook up) of the existing power system to the onsite facilities after the power lines are re-routed to the new structure locations. 13. Construct a new mezzanine inside the Maintenance Garage after relocation. 14. Excavate and transport to the onsite Biocell approximately 6,920 m3 of hydrocarbon-contaminated soil as detailed in Section 1.4, below.  The maximum depth of excavation is approximately 6 m.  Approximately 1,385 m3 of the sand and gravel soil, excavated from surface to between approximately 1.0 and 2.0 m depth, will be screened with a 19 mm (¾) screener prior to transport to the Biocell.  An additional approximately 25 m3 of PHC-contaminated soil with concentrations exceeding the BC Hazardous Waste Regulation (HWR) will be transported offsite for disposal. 15. Construction of dewatering system and wastewater storage and treatment system for contaminated waters generated during soil remediation work, including separation, recovery and elimination of free phase hydrocarbons, if encountered.  The treatment system must consist of a minimum of two water storage tanks and capable of treating liquid/solid mixtures while not causing delay to dewatering operations.  A minimum storage capacity of approximately 30,000 L for each tank is required. 16. Water from the Water Treatment Facility will be transferred to the storage tanks prior to discharge for sampling and characterization.  It is the responsibility of the Contractor to sample water in the storage tanks for hydrocarbons prior to discharge and have that samples analyzed by a CALA certified laboratory.  The laboratory results of the water stored in the tanks must be provided to the Departmental Representative and accepted prior to discharge.  For the laboratory results to be valid, no additional water can be added to the storage tank between the time of sampling and the time of discharge.  The discharge location must be accepted by the Departmental Representative. 17. Tilling / turning of the material in the Biocell as described in Section 02 61 00 01.  This will include the addition of soil amendments and water as necessary. 18. Excavation and/or Biocell dewatering, collection, and treatment of hydrocarbon-impacted water.  Treated water infiltration onto the site will be completed once treatment of water to applicable standards / guidelines has been confirmed by laboratory analytical results and as directed by the Departmental Representative. 19. Placement and compaction of backfill to geotechnical specifications.  Backfill will consist of geotechnically suitable screened 19 mm (¾) overs, imported backfill provided by the Contractor, and backfill from two locations provided by PWGSC 1) the Man and BeastPit, located down a road to the east of km 258 of the Alaska Highway (a distance of approximately 17 km from the site); and 2) from the site, within 500m of the excavation. The location of the Man and Beast Pit and route from the SMC site is shown on Drawing 7.  The Contractor will be responsible for screening with a 38 mm screen and loading the backfill at the pit and within the site, transporting the backfill from the pit and within the site to the backfill area, and placement and compaction of the backfill onsite. 20. Repair and re-instate to their original condition any utilities, structures if damaged, tanks or other infrastructure. 21. The general Electrical Scope of Work consists of the relocation of the existing maintenance building, generator building and the extension of electrical services required as a result of the relocation.  Electrical requirements for the relocation are located in the NRS Engineering Ltd. Division 16 Section 16010 General Provision in Appendix D. 22. The intent ofthe project scope of work is to design and build new construction in accordance with current Building Codes and Guidelines.  Because of the nature of this project it is not the intent that all aspects of the relocated, existing building and other work included in this scope will be upgraded to meet current Building Codes and Guidelines unless they represent a risk to life safety.  An example of the above project limitations would the thermal insulation of the relocated building.  It is beyond the scopeof this project to upgrade the building insulation to meet the current energy efficiency requirements of the British Columbia Building Code.   Work will be performed in accordance with the contract schedules within the scope of work.  Site Visit: The site visit for this project is MANDATORY.  The representative of the bidder will be required to sign the Site Visit Attendance Sheet at the site visit. Bids submitted by Bidders who have not signed the attendance sheet will not be accepted.  The mandatory site visit is scheduled for Friday, May 27th, 2016 at 10:30am local time at the Sikanni Maintenance Camp, Km 254, Alaska Hwy, BC. Interested bidders are responsible for making their own travel arrangements.  Interested bidders should wear personal protective equipment (such as: hardhat, high visibility vest, work boots) to the site visit.  Contractors interested in attending the site visit should pre-register by close of business on Thursday, May 26th, 2016 with the PWGSC Contracting Authority by e-mail: ken.ngan@pwgsc.gc.ca     Delivery Date: The work shall commence immediately upon official notification of acceptance of tender by the Contracting Authority and is to be completed on or before September 15th, 2016.  Tender Enquiries: Ken Ngan, Supply Specialist (604)658-2755 or ken.ngan@pwgsc.gc.ca  Value of Project: To assist with bonding and insurance requirements this project is estimated to cost around $3,500,000.00.  Firms intending to submit tenders on this project should obtain tender (solicitation) documents through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders. Addenda, when issued will be available from Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders. Firms that elect to base their bids on tender (solicitation) documents obtained from other sources do so at their own risk and will be solely responsible to inform the tender calling authority of their intention to bid. In all cases, bidders must indicate (when requested) in the space provided on the tender form the identification number(s)of the addenda, if any, that they have taken into consideration for their bid.  This procurement office provides procurement services to the public in English.      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.

Environmental Services

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published August 4, 2016
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North Forest Resources Mangement Ltd.
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Trade Agreement: NONE Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Notification Method: Source List Contract Award Procedure (Procurement Strategy): Only One Response to Bid Solicitation GSIN Description:  Environmental Services Quantity: 1

ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT AND ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development Canada | Published May 10, 2016
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SLR Consulting (Canada) Ltd.
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The Environmental Planning and Management Unit (EPM) is responsible for fulfilling the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada’s (AANDC) environmental obligations in the Manitoba region. The EPM Unit conducts activities in Environmental Site Reviews, Site Sampling Programs, Risk Management and Remediation Planning, Environmental Planning Services, and Environmental Awareness Services required to assess and manage environmental concerns and the associated risk to human health on reserve lands and lands selected to become reserve.  Professional expertise is required to provide Environmental Site Reviews, Site Sampling Programs, Risk Management and Remediation Planning, Environmental Planning Services, Environmental Awareness Services and on an as needed basis.  Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND), Manitoba Region, are inviting proposals from bidders for the above mentioned services.  All bidders must: •	have a lead engineer who must hold a Membership in the Association of Professional Engineers and Geologists of Manitoba (APEGM) and who must have a minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience; and  •	provide one written project summary for each of the five (5) categories of work, describing in details the Bidder’s current/previous experience in successfully providing similar services within the past five years, including at least one project summary with aboriginal involvement.  Bidders will be rated on past experience (as described in the project summaries), the lead engineer’s experience, proposed project team composition, proposed approach and methodology, administrative coordination, quality of the proposal and cost.    Standing Offer Agreements (SOAs) may be awarded for one (1) year, with an option to extend the term by two (2) additional one (1) year periods under the same terms and conditions.

ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT AND ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada | Published August 31, 2015  -  Deadline October 14, 2015
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The Environmental Planning and Management Unit (EPM) is responsible for fulfilling the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada’s (AANDC) environmental obligations in the Manitoba region. The EPM Unit conducts activities in Environmental Site Reviews, Site Sampling Programs, Risk Management and Remediation Planning, Environmental Planning Services, and Environmental Awareness Services required to assess and manage environmental concerns and the associated risk to human health on reserve lands and lands selected to become reserve. Professional expertise is required to provide Environmental Site Reviews, Site Sampling Programs, Risk Management and Remediation Planning, Environmental Planning Services, Environmental Awareness Services and on an as needed basis. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND), Manitoba Region, are inviting proposals from bidders for the above mentioned services. All bidders must: • have a lead engineer who must hold a Membership in the Association of Professional Engineers and Geologists of Manitoba (APEGM) and who must have a minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience; and • provide one written project summary for each of the five (5) categories of work, describing in details the Bidder’s current/previous experience in successfully providing similar services within the past five years, including at least one project summary with aboriginal involvement. Bidders will be rated on past experience (as described in the project summaries), the lead engineer’s experience, proposed project team composition, proposed approach and methodology, administrative coordination, quality of the proposal and cost. Standing Offer Agreements (SOAs) may be awarded for one (1) year, with an option to extend the term by two (2) additional one (1) year periods under the same terms and conditions.

Other Environmental Studies

Fisheries and Oceans Canada | Published December 3, 2015
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University of Victoria
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Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Notification Method: Source List Contract Award Procedure (Procurement Strategy): Exclusive Rights GSIN Description: Other Environmental Studies Quantity: 1

ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT AND ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES - SET ASIDE FOR ABORIGINAL BUSINESS

Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development Canada | Published May 10, 2016
Winner
Neegan Burnside Ltd.
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The Environmental Planning and Management Unit (EPM) is responsible for fulfilling the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada’s (AANDC) environmental obligations in the Manitoba region. The EPM Unit conducts activities in Environmental Site Reviews, Site Sampling Programs, Risk Management and Remediation Planning, Environmental Planning Services, and Environmental Awareness Services required to assess and manage environmental concerns and the associated risk to human health on reserve lands and lands selected to become reserve.  Professional expertise is required to provide Environmental Site Reviews, Site Sampling Programs, Risk Management and Remediation Planning, Environmental Planning Services, Environmental Awareness Services and on an as needed basis.  Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND), Manitoba Region, are inviting proposals from bidders for the above mentioned services.  All bidders must: •	have a lead engineer who must hold a Membership in the Association of Professional Engineers and Geologists of Manitoba (APEGM) and who must have a minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience; and  •	provide one written project summary for each of the five (5) categories of work, describing in details the Bidder’s current/previous experience in successfully providing similar services within the past five years, including at least one project summary with aboriginal involvement.  Bidders will be rated on past experience (as described in the project summaries), the lead engineer’s experience, proposed project team composition, proposed approach and methodology, administrative coordination, quality of the proposal and cost.    Standing Offer Agreements (SOAs) may be awarded for one (1) year, with an option to extend the term by two (2) additional one (1) year periods under the same terms and conditions.

ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT AND ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES - SET ASIDE FOR ABORIGINAL BUSINESS

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada | Published August 31, 2015  -  Deadline October 14, 2015
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The Environmental Planning and Management Unit (EPM) is responsible for fulfilling the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada’s (AANDC) environmental obligations in the Manitoba region. The EPM Unit conducts activities in Environmental Site Reviews, Site Sampling Programs, Risk Management and Remediation Planning, Environmental Planning Services, and Environmental Awareness Services required to assess and manage environmental concerns and the associated risk to human health on reserve lands and lands selected to become reserve. Professional expertise is required to provide Environmental Site Reviews, Site Sampling Programs, Risk Management and Remediation Planning, Environmental Planning Services, Environmental Awareness Services and on an as needed basis. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND), Manitoba Region, are inviting proposals from bidders for the above mentioned services. All bidders must: • have a lead engineer who must hold a Membership in the Association of Professional Engineers and Geologists of Manitoba (APEGM) and who must have a minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience; and • provide one written project summary for each of the five (5) categories of work, describing in details the Bidder’s current/previous experience in successfully providing similar services within the past five years, including at least one project summary with aboriginal involvement. Bidders will be rated on past experience (as described in the project summaries), the lead engineer’s experience, proposed project team composition, proposed approach and methodology, administrative coordination, quality of the proposal and cost. Standing Offer Agreements (SOAs) may be awarded for one (1) year, with an option to extend the term by two (2) additional one (1) year periods under the same terms and conditions.
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