|Prince Rupert's recreation centre on McBride Street is the focus for the|
latest call for Bids with the provincial agency BC Bid
The latest call for bids from the City of Prince Rupert takes would be service providers to the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre, with the City issuing a call for Expressions of Interest towards the exclusive rights to vending machine services in the high traffic recreation facility on McBride Street.
The scope of expectations for the successful applicant is outlined as part of the prospectus for the REOI which was released on Tuesday.
Once an applicant has been selected, the contract in place for the services will be effective for one year from the date of signing, with an ideal start date of October, 2022, and potential opportunities for future contract extension.
The Closing Date for the Call for Expressions of Interest is September 30th
As part of their outline on the opportunity, the City makes note of the volume of activities that take place at the Civic Centre complex to showcase the potential level of business that the vending machines could see during the course of the contract.
Our recreation facility hosts frequent community events, including the All Native Basketball Tournament in February of each year, which sees thousands of people over the course of the week-long event. In addition, the Complex hosts regular hockey and basketball tournaments and games, as well as regular programming, swim meets, craft fairs, weddings and a host of other community events.
The full bid package can be reviewed from the BC Bid website
A look at past RFPs and other City of Prince Rupert bid calls can be reviewed from our archive page.
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