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Design of the Faro Mine Permanent Water Treatment Plant (PWTP)
EZ897-212882/A Costa, Michaela Telephone No. - (236) 888-7800 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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TITLE: Design of the Faro Mine Permanent Water Treatment Plant (PWTP)
Faro, Yukon Territory
DESCRIPTION: As part of the overall remediation plan for the Faro Mine Site (FMS), Yukon Territory, the existing Interim Water Treatment System (IWTS) serving the FMS requires replacement with a Permanent Water Treatment Plant (PWTP).
Canada requires the advancement and completion of a detailed design of the new PWTP, including Key Disciplines of geotechnical, water treatment process, mechanical, civil, electrical, and architectural design in accordance with the standard industry model for supply of such facilities. Detailed design will be based on the design basis developed as part of the 30% FMC remediation design.
Construction of the PWTP will be separately tendered by the Projects Main Construction / Care & Maintenance Manager (MCM/C&M). Engineering support is also required during the finalization of tender documentation and tendering of the construction of the PWTP, to lead and provide expertise during the conduct of constructability reviews, facilitate industry understanding of the detailed design during the construction tendering period and to provide design quality assurance during construction and post-completion commissioning, initial operations and warranty period, to support ensuring the constructed facility meets the design objectives and functional and performance requirements for the PWTP. As further set out in PD5 Program, scope of the detailed design for the complete PWTP facility includes all buildings, foundations, equipment, electrical installations, communication infrastructure, laboratory space (clean room lab and general use lab), washrooms, change rooms and administrative offices for up to six operators/personnel, a 20-person meeting room and any other services or facilities and included conveyance features required for long-term operations of the PWTP.
Canada is seeking a qualified and experienced Engineering firm to provide services for the following phases: 1.Review of available information and documentation and conduct sufficient investigation of site conditions, as required to support development of the PWTP design.
2.Preparation of a detailed design and AACE Class 2 cost estimate for the PWTP as defined herein suitable for Issue For Tender (IFT), including definition of initial commissioning plan and plant operations manual, including draft Standard Operating Procedures. 3.Support for the finalization of a comprehensive tender document covering the scope of services and requirements for the MCM to acquire all requisite construction and related services to build the PWTP and ensure effective integration with associated site infrastructure and systems. 4.Assistance during the construction tender period to support site visit/presentation of the design to industry/community participants, respond to design-related questions, and may include provision of technical subject matter expertise and advice to the MCM in the evaluation of construction contractors. 5.Support to construction oversight, inspections, providing quality assurance. 6.Support to commissioning, including provisioning of a third-party Commissioning Authority, and including operations training, and support to warranty period oversight, inspections, providing quality assurance.
The work must be performed as per the contract.
OPTIONAL VIRTUAL SITE VISIT:
The virtual site visit for this project is OPTIONAL.
Proponents may attend the optional virtual site visit prior to submitting a proposal for this work and to make inquiries or investigations necessary to become thoroughly acquainted with the site as well as the nature and extent of the work.
The optional virtual site visit will be held on the following date and time:
Date: May 17, 2021 Time: 10:00 a.m. PDT Platform: MS Teams
Instructions: Interested proponents may pre-register with the Contracting Authority, Michaela Costa, at email address email@example.com by no later than 24 hours prior to the optional virtual site visit, and provide the following information:
- Proponent (Company) Name: - Attendees Name: - Email Address: - Telephone number:
The meeting access details will be provided upon registration.
Proponents may attend either by phone (audio) or by computer (audio and/or video), though it is recommend proponents take advantage of the video as visuals will be presented.
Any clarifications or changes to the solicitation resulting from the optional
virtual site visit will be included as an amendment to the solicitation.
DURATION OF THE CONTRACT: The consultant must perform and complete the services described in the project statement within Seventy-Two (72) months from the date of contract award.
VALUE OF PROJECT: This project is estimated to cost between $1,000,001 and $5,000,000.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND EVALUATION Mandatory and Point Rated criteria are included. Proposals must comply with the requirements of the solicitation and meet all mandatory and point rated evaluation criteria to be declared responsive. See Part 5 -
Submission Requirements and Evaluation (SRE) of the solicitation.
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SOLICITATION ENQUIRIES: Attention: Michaela Costa Supply Specialist Tel: (236) 888-7800 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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