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City of St.Albert

Engineering and Architectural Consultants for Historical Conservation Project

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Alberta Purchasing Connection
Posted:Thursday, November 22, 2018
Closing:Thursday, December 20, 2018 by 04:00:00 pm
Contact: Meredith Willacy, Senior Project Manager
Capital Projects Office, City of St. Albert
Phone:780459-1527
Email:mwillacy@stalbert.ca
Web Link:Read the Opportunity Notice ›

Purpose

The purpose of this Request for Pre-Qualification (RFPQ) is to solicit submissions from suitably qualified consultants for the design and construction services for the conservation of the Chevigny House and Brosseau Granary. This is Phase 1 of a 2-phase process.

This process will ensure that firms are professionally qualified to perform the work required as outlined in the scope of services below. Acceptance by the City on this RFPQ does not guarantee that approved consultants will receive work from the City.

Phase 2 of this project will entail the issuance of a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the cost and schedule of the scope of work from the shortlisted proponents.

Background & Scope

The Heritage Sites have been undergoing development since 2009. This has included restoration of the grain elevators, Cunningham and Hogan houses, site utility installation, and select site grading. The scope of work to be completed as part of this project is the restoration of the interior and addition of universal accessibility to the main floor of the Chevigny House and the overall conservation and addition of universal accessibility of the Brosseau Granary.

A historic resource impact assessment and a design development plan were completed for the Chevigny House and are included as part of this RFPQ. It is the City’s intent to perform as much of the work as outlined in these documents as possible within the allowable budget.

No reports or assessments have been completed for the Brosseau Granary outlining the period of conservation and anticipated works. This would be needed prior to design work being undertaken. This could entail discussions with representatives of the Arts and Heritage Foundation, associated relatives of the family that donated the granary and/or photographic evidence. 

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