Upgrades to SCADA Network
|Posted:||Wednesday, May 29, 2019|
|Closing:||Tuesday, June 25, 2019 by 02:00:00 pm|
|Contact:||Chadwick Paddick, Project Manager
Capital Projects Office, City of St. Albert
|Web Link:||Read the Opportunity Notice ›|
UPGRADES TO SCADA NETWORK
Sealed Tenders, clearly marked as to content, will be received by the Customer Services Department,
Main Floor at St Albert Place, 5 St Anne Street, St. Albert, Alberta T8N 3Z9 up to 2:00:00 pm hours local
time on June 25, 2019, for the City of St Albert - Upgrades to SCADA Network. The time will be
conclusively determined using the National Research Council of Canada Webclock at
http//time5.nrc.ca/webclock_e.shtml. Tender opening will not be open to the public.
The Work to be undertaken is generally described as: Upgrades to SCADA Network in the City of
St. Albert. Includes approximately:
· The City of St. Albert is requesting proposals from qualified, licensed and professional firms to
provide construction and installation services for the upgrades to the SCADA network. This
upgrade will be for storm, wastewater, and water pumping facilities.
· The work will be awarded to one proponent and will be performed in phases dependent on budget
Starting 4:00:00 p.m., local time, on May 29, 2019, Tender Documents and Drawings may be obtained from the Alberta Purchasing Connection (APC) and BuildWorks Canada websites. Please be aware that it is the Bidder’s responsibility to obtain any and all addenda from the websites, if the original Tender Documents are obtained from either the Alberta Purchasing Connection or BuildWorks Canada websites. Bidders are completely responsible for ensuring that their bids reach the correct final location prior to the bid submission deadline. Faxed, emailed and other non-hard copy forms of bids or amendments WILL NOT be accepted.
A bid bond or certified cheque for the amount of ten percent (10%) of the Tender Price is to accompany
each Tender. Submission of a Tender by the Bidder gives the City the right to require the Bidder to
execute the Contract and to perform the Work as set out within the Tender Documents. Tenders may not be withdrawn at or after the Tender submittal deadline and will be irrevocable and open for acceptance by the City for a period of sixty (60) days following the Tender submittal deadline.
The bidder acknowledges and will be willing to accept the role of prime contractor pursuant to the
occupational health and safety act requirements and by submission of a bid acknowledges that it has the capability of fulfilling this requirement.
The City reserves the right, without prejudice, to reject any or all Tenders. Inquiries regarding the Tender Document and/or Drawings shall be directed to:
Renée Arlow, PMP, Project Manager