Kelvin Grove WWTP RBC Design Build

Closing Date
Status
Competition Closed
Department
Public Works

Addendum 3:

Section 8 of the contract (Schedule B) is hereby amended by adding Section 8.10 as follows:

8.10 Contract Security

(a) The Contractor shall, at least 7 calendar days prior to the commencement of construction, provide to the Municipality a performance bond and a labour and material payment bond, each in the amount of 50% of the Contract price covering the performance of the Services."

(b) All bonds shall be issued by a duly licensed surety company authorized to transact a business of suretyship in British Columbia and in a form acceptable to the Municipality, and shall be maintained in good standing until the fulfillment of the Contract including all warranty obligations.

Included within the documents section is a attached draft form of Agreement to Bond.

 

Addendum 2:

Section 8.3 (a) and (b) of the contract (page 26 of 58) contain a discrepancy between the written values for commercial general liability and automobile liability insurance. In both sections (a) and (b) the insurance values currently read:

"not less than five million ($10,000,000) dollars"

These should read:

"not less than ten million ($10,000,000) dollars"

 

Addendum 1:

The closing date for this opportunity has been extended to January 27, 2020.

 

Summary: 

The purpose of this request for proposal (RFP) is to select a qualified and experienced firm to decommission and dispose of the existing rotating biological contactor (RBC) plant in the Kelvin Grove (KG) neighbourhood of Lions Bay and to design, supply, install, and commission a new prepackaged secondary treatment system consisting of a RBC plant and secondary clarifier that fits within the confines of the existing concrete well. For the duration of the decommissioning and disposal of the existing RBC, a secondary treatment system will need to be installed and effluent quality under the Municipality’s existing permit must be met.