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City of Mississauga

Environmental Site Assessment and Risk Assessment at J.C.Saddington Park

PRC001380

Closing Date: 01/29/2019 2:00:00 PM ET

Detail:

NOTICE OF INTENDED PROCUREMENT
 
The City of Mississauga, located in the Province of Ontario, Canada, intends to procure the goods and/or services as described below: 
Procurement Name: RFP FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT AND RISK ASSESSMENT AT J.C. SADDINGTON PARK
Procurement Number: PRC001380
Bidding Documents: Bidding documents will be available on or about:
Friday, January 4, 2019
Cost of Document(s) and Payment: TO PARTICIPATE BIDDERS MUST REGISTER AND:
OBTAIN BIDDING DOCUMENTS ONLINE:
www.biddingo.com/mississauga
FEE: $ 50.85 NON-REFUNDABLE
OR
OBTAIN DOCUMENTS IN PERSON OR BY COURIER:
City of Mississauga
300 City Centre Drive, Ground Floor (next to Parking Elevators)
Mississauga ON Canada L5B 3C1
Between the hours of 08:30 to 16:30
Monday to Friday (excluding Statutory holidays)
Person picking-up documents and/or courier must provide: Procurement Number, complete bidder company name, proper mailing address, fax, phone number, contact name and email address of a person responsible for receipt of addenda and other correspondence related to this procurement or documents WILL NOT be released.
FEE: $ 63.56 NON-REFUNDABLE
Method of Payment: Cash, Amex, Visa, MasterCard, Debit Card or Cheque (payable to: City of Mississauga)
Description of Procurement: The Corporation of the City of Mississauga (the “City”) is seeking to retain a qualified consultant team (the “Consultant Team”) to provide professional and technical services to undertake environmental site assessment and risk assessment activities at J.C. Saddington Park located in the southern portion of the City (the “Site”). Due to the location and history of the Site, an archaeological assessment will also be required prior to any subsurface investigation work being undertaken at the Site.
 
The primary purpose of this project is to develop a risk management plan (RMP) as part of a due-diligence risk assessment (DDRA) for the property. Findings and recommendations of the DDRA will be used to support the City’s decisions regarding the potential future upgrades and redevelopment of the Site.
To be considered, bidders should meet the following requirements:
  • Provide a Consultant Team that consists of an Environmental Consultant component and an Archaeological Consultant component. The Consultant Team must have the capacity, expertise, knowledge and skills to meet the City’s needs for the duration of the contract to deliver the project on time and within budget.
  • Environmental Consultant – Key personnel assigned to this project must include one (1) QP­ESA and one (1) QP­RA, or one (1) QPESA/RA, and must be registered with the Professional Engineers of Ontario and/or Professional Association of Geoscientists of Ontario, with a minimum of five (5) years of experience directly related to environmental site assessments and risk assessments in Ontario.
  • Archaeological Consultant – Archaeologist licensed by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.
 
Recurring Contract: No
Delivery Schedule for Goods or Services OR Contract Duration: The project is expected to commence in Spring 2019 and take place over up to five (5) months, concluding in Summer 2019. 
Procurement Method: Request for Proposal (RFP)  
Language(s) Permitted for Supplier Responses: English only
Specific Conditions for Procurement: The responses received will be reviewed as to price, qualifications, capabilities and experience of the bidder and the availability of funds by the Municipality to complete the work.  The City reserves the right to accept or reject all or any bids and to waive informalities in accordance with established policy.
The City of Mississauga relies on this advertisement to provide Public notice of this business opportunity. The City of Mississauga is not obligated to notify any bidders in any other manner.
Complete details and instructions are included in the bidding documents which take precedence over any notices.
Bidders are invited to attend a public opening commencing at 14:30 hrs.  LOCAL TIME, on the day of closing, at Mississauga City Hall, 300 City Centre Drive.
Limited Number of Suppliers? No
Trade Agreement(s) Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)
Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA)
Ontario Quebec Trade and Cooperation Agreement (OQTCA)
   
Contact for More Information:
 
  • For all other inquiries, please contact the Buyer, Ping Ge, at: 905-615-3200, ext. 5947 or  email at ping.ge@mississauga.ca
   
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF REQUESTS FOR PARTICIPATION IN PROCUREMENT: Before or on Monday, January 28, 2019 5pm by email to ping.ge@mississauga.ca - To participate, all interested bidders must register and receive bidding documents in advance of the Deadline for Submitting Responses shown below.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING RESPONSES: Tuesday, January 29, 2019
No later than 14:00 hours LOCAL TIME
DELIVER TO: Manager, Materiel Management
300 City Centre Drive, Ground Floor (next to Parking Elevators)
Mississauga, ON, Canada L5B 3C1
RESPONSES MUST BE TIME-STAMPED IN MATERIEL MANAGEMENT TO BE CONSIDERED.
BIDS RECEIVED BY EMAIL OR FAX WILL BE REJECTED WITHOUT EXCEPTION.
LATE BIDS WILL BE REJECTED WITHOUT EXCEPTION.
 

 
SUMMARY NOTICE OF INTENDED PROCUREMENT

Procurement Name: RFP FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT AND RISK ASSESSMENT AT J.C. SADDINGTON PARK
Procurement Number: PRC001380
Description of Procurement: The Corporation of the City of Mississauga (the “City”) is seeking to retain a qualified consultant team (the “Consultant Team”) to provide professional and technical services to undertake environmental site assessment and risk assessment activities at J.C. Saddington Park located in the southern portion of the City (the “Site”). Due to the location and history of the Site, an archaeological assessment will also be required prior to any subsurface investigation work being undertaken at the Site.
 
The primary purpose of this project is to develop a risk management plan (RMP) as part of a due-diligence risk assessment (DDRA) for the property. Findings and recommendations of the DDRA will be used to support the City’s decisions regarding the potential future upgrades and redevelopment of the Site.
To be considered, bidders should meet the following requirements:
  • Provide a Consultant Team that consists of an Environmental Consultant component and an Archaeological Consultant component. The Consultant Team must have the capacity, expertise, knowledge and skills to meet the City’s needs for the duration of the contract to deliver the project on time and within budget.
  • Environmental Consultant – Key personnel assigned to this project must include one (1) QP­ESA and one (1) QP­RA, or one (1) QPESA/RA, and must be registered with the Professional Engineers of Ontario and/or Professional Association of Geoscientists of Ontario, with a minimum of five (5) years of experience directly related to environmental site assessments and risk assessments in Ontario.
  • Archaeological Consultant – Archaeologist licensed by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.
 
Procurement Method:   Request for Proposal (RFP)
   
Contact for More Information:
Ping Ge,, Buyer
Materiel Management
Phone : 905-615-3200, ext. 5947
e-mail: ping.ge@mississauga.ca

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