Monday, November 21, 2022

More City Contract Awards for CT Northern Contractors

The City of Prince Rupert will relay news of two more contract awards tonight for CT Northern Contractors. 

The local Indigenous led contractor group which has become quite a familiar name of late when it comes to City announcement; thanks to a number of  previous contracts awarded from the municipality in recent years

As part of the Agenda for tonight's Prince Rupert Council Session, Richard Pucci, the City's Operations Director and Director of Intergovernmental Relations will present a report that recommends the awarding of  a contract for the City's SCADA communication program to CT Northern Contractors Alliance Limited Partnership.

That organization provided for the one compliant proposal for the Bid that was issued in August and closed on September 15th. The lump sum price towards the contract is 1, 563,852.60.

It's noted in the report (available below) that the project is part of City Council's Strategic plan for Water Treatment and is supported mostly by a Grant.

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The second successful Bid for the Contractors Alliance is through a recent initiative from the Planning Department, that related to the recent Request for Expressions of interest towards a community housing solution.

That initiative will make for a co-shared award for the Northern Contractor Alliance and Graham Capital, a Canadian bases construction solutions firm that specializes in the development of public infrastructure and pubic-private partnerships. 

The City's Housing  initiative is called a zero-cost agreement in the Report for Council for review tonight.

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Council wil have opportunity to follow top on both reports with comments or questions as part of this evenings Council proceedings.

More notes on tonight's Council Session can be explored through our preview here.

Further background on past Bids and Tenders from the City can be reviewed here.

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