APC - QU4730 - Drainage Program - Assessment, Design & Construction Supervision Services

Opportunity Notice

QU4730 - Drainage Program - Assessment, Design & Construction Supervision Services

Opportunity Information


Wood Buffalo

Organization Address:


Reference Number:


Solicitation Number:    


Solicitation Type:

Request for Proposal

Posting (MM/dd/yyyy):

04:48:59 PM Alberta Time

Closing (MM/dd/yyyy):

02:00:59 PM Alberta Time

Last Update (MM/dd/yyyy):

04:48:59 PM Alberta Time

Agreement Type:


Region of Opportunity:


Region of Delivery:


Opportunity Type:

Open & Competitive

Commodity Codes:

C219B: Engineering Services, N.E.S.
C129A: Architectural & Engineering Services - Other Non-Building Structures
F059A: Other Natural Resource and Conservation Services
5133D: Sewers/ Drainage
C212B: Architectual & Engineering CADD Services
B102A: Soil Studies
B201A: Geophysical Studies
C211E: Landscape Architecture Services
C219BK: Engineering Services - Construction Management
C211A: Drafting and Design Services
R019P: Threat and Risk Assessment Services
C212A: Drafting
C119C: Construction Supervision Services
E199D: Environmental Services
R019F: Consulting Services
C219A: Engineering Services

Category: Services

Potential vendors (bidders) may view the bid package here.

Interested vendors (bidders) who wish to submit a response to this opportunity should register their interest by downloading the document(s) from the bid package.

Response Submission:

Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Procurement Department
4th Floor, 9909 Franklin Avenue
Fort McMurray, Alberta
T9H 2K4

Response Contact:

Amalu, Foluke
Buyer II
Supply Chain Management, Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
9909 Franklin Avenue
Fort McMurray, Alberta T9H 2K4
Tel: 780-588-3724
Email: foluke.amalu@rmwb.ca

Response Specifics:

All responses are to be received at: 

Opportunity Description:

The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) is initiating a two-year pilot program to address the grading and surface drainage issues in the urban and rural areas. Several drainage issues have been reported in the last two years due to several reasons such as the effect of rebuilding, new development, fire breaks, lack of vegetation on surrounding hills, more frequent rain events with high-intensity and short-period, etc. Over the two year period, the program will attempt to identify and address the drainage issues in an organized and systematic manner so that an annual “Drainage Program” can be implemented as part of the routine activities of the Engineering department.

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