Monday, January 30, 2023

Tag: procurement

New Brunswick streamlines procurement of construction services under new Act

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The Government of New Brunswick announced that regulations for the government’s purchase of goods, services and construction services are now consolidated under a modernized...

Second stage of procurement begins for Prince Albert Victoria Hospital

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The Government of Saskatchewan announced a modified Request for Proposals (RFP) has begun for the expansion and redevelopment of the Prince Albert Victoria Hospital. In...

Infrastructure BC publishes the spring 2022 Major Projects Brochure

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Infrastructure BC announced the release of the latest edition of the BC Major Infrastructure Projects Brochure. “Our government committed to taking quick action to modernize...

B.C. Construction Association recognizes public project owners for best practices

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Procuring construction services is a highly specialized practice that requires unique experience, knowledge, and skill. BC has seen a 79 per cent increase in...

Procurement begins for new Weyburn General Hospital

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The Government of Saskatchewan has issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to identify qualified firms to design and construct the new Weyburn General Hospital...

Procurement begins for Prince Albert Victoria Hospital expansion

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The expansion and redevelopment of Prince Albert Victoria Hospital (PAVH) is one step closer. The Government of Saskatchewan has released a Request for Qualifications...

Infrastructure Ontario market update highlights key P3 projects

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The province of Ontario released Infrastructure Ontario’s (IO) Fall 2021 P3 Market Update, highlighting 38 major infrastructure projects that use the public-private partnership (P3)...

New guide outlines potential of sustainable procurement

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A new guide from the Canadian Collaboration for Sustainable Procurement (CCSP) outlines key sustainable procurement terms, myth-busters, and a best practice framework needed to get the...

Prepare for revamped government procurement rules

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The COVID-19 pandemic will have long-term implications for how governments think about procurement, according to a recent article published by business lawyers Torys LLP. The...

Feds take first steps towards building new train service

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Transport Canada announced it is taking the first steps in preparing for the procurement process to build a new train service in the Toronto to Quebec City...