ARCHIVED Gibbons Point Pier and Range Tower Replacements, Little Current, Ontario (FP802-200080)
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- 2020/07/09 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
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- Invitation to Tender (ITT)
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- Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA)
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- Procurement entity
- Fisheries and Oceans Canada
- End user entity
- Fisheries and Oceans Canada
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- Aliaga, Ginette
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Fisheries and Oceans Canada 200 Kent Street Ottawa ON K1A 0E6 Canada
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LL997 & LL998, Gibbons Point front and rear ranges are a set of aids to navigation (ATON) located near Little Current, Ontario. The existing ATON have fallen into disrepair due to deteriorated concrete foundations.
Work under this Contract includes but is not limited to the provision of all labour, materials, and equipment required to:
- Mobilize to project site;
- Construct new concrete tower foundations;
- Install new towers and daymarks provided by CCG Parry Sound;
- Remove existing concrete foundations and return towers and equipment to CCG Parry Sound Base; and
Site is inaccessible by road and utilization of a suitable access plan must be anticipated.
For bids greater than 100K, the Bidder shall submit bid security with the tender in the form of a bid bond or a security deposit, with original signature(s).
The Bid Security shall be submitted in accordance with section GI08 Bid Security Requirements
(a) The Bid Security is to be submitted in electronic copy with original signature(s) and by the bid closing date, time and e-mail address as indicated above
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