Thursday, March 14, 2019

City seeks bids on replacement of surveillance equipment for Recreation Centre

The City of Prince Rupert is looking to move into the digital age when it comes to is surveillance requirements for the city's recreation facility on McBride Street, with the IT department putting forward a request for bids through the BC Bid portal.

The notice which was posted to the province wide bid system on March 12th is calling for quotes for 25 digital cameras to replace the current stock of analogue cameras, as well as a new recorder to archive the footage provided.

The City is looking for two quotes from potential suppliers for the project, one for provision of all equipment as well as installation of the units, and a separate quote to provide only the equipment requested.

Mark Kessler, the city's Manager of IT Operations is overseeing the bids process, with the deadline for submissions to the city set for March 27th.

Those seeking more information can contact him at

The full details for the replacement program can be found on the BC Bid website.

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