|More upgrade work could be in the works for the Civic Centre complex|
The to do list at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre complex has one more item of note heading into the summer of 2018, with the City of Prince Rupert posting a Request for Proposals with Bid BC for an upgrade to the Civic Centre Ammonia plant ventilation system.
The first stage of the upgrade program would be the submission to the city of a conceptual design for approval of a new ammonia plant ventilation system, along with a cost estimate towards the construction of it.
The proponent will also be required to assist the City in matters related to Work Safe BC an other regulatory officials.
The process will also require the submission of A Final Report for review and approval of the City.
A part of the request for bids, the city is hosting an optional information meeting for proponents on Thursday, July 12th at noon at the Civic Centre complex on McBride.
The deadline for expressions of interest by proponents is 2 PM on July 20th.
The full City of Prince Rupert Request for proposals can be found on the BC Bid website.
The upgrade is one of a number of renovation and upgrade projects that have been put in place at the Civic Centre complex over the last few years, this summer will see the focus of repairs directed towards the Earl Mah Aquatic centre and the Hot Tub replacement project that was recently approved.
More background on Bids for projects with the City can be found on our archive page here.
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