Wednesday, December 22, 2021

City of Prince Rupert Request for Expression of Interest seeks to consolidate testing of Fire and Safety systems in all facilities

Prince Rupert City Hall is one of seven buildings to be
part of a proposed streamlined Fire and Safety systems
maintenance contract 

The City of Prince Rupert is looking to streamline how it tests and maintains its Fire and Safety systems in all civic operated facilities, with Tom Jawed, Manager of Facilities and Maintenance putting a Proposal up for consideration of Expressions of Interest on the BC Bid website.

The posting issued on Friday afternoon is designed to offer a maintenance contract to a supplier if the city's conditions and expectations of the program are met.

"In order to consolidate the Fire & Life Safety Systems testing and maintenance at City owned building sites, the City is inviting qualified respondents to demonstrate how they can add value to this consolidation process while satisfying all local jurisdiction and code requirements, as well as the adoption of best practices. If there is sufficient interest, the City plans to proceed with the process of acquiring a maintenance contract."

Eleven elements make for the Scope of the project which include:

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Seven Civic Facilities are on the list to be included as part of the complete system streamline proposal.

The Deadline for the City's call for expressions of interest on the proposal is set for 2 PM on January 31st, 2022.

You can review more on the proposed streamlining plans from the BC Bid website.

More notes on past Bids and RFP's can be reviewed from our archive page.

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