Publishing status: Active
Publication date: 2020-08-25
Amendment date: 2020-09-04
Date closing: 2020-09-22 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
- C216AA: Naval Architecture – Consulting Services
- C216BB: Technical Investigations and Engineering Services (TIES) (Marine)
- H100AA: Inspection, Engineering Services, Marine
- JX1990: Vessels, Miscellaneous – Repair
- JX1990A: Ships and Vessels (large) – Repair, Refits and Conversions (including Dry Docking)
- JX1990B: Ships, and Vessels (small) – Repair, Refits and Conversions (including Dry Docks)
- JX1990C: Ships and Vessels (small) – Repair, Refits and Conversions (excluding Dry Docks)
- JX1990DA: Shipboard Deck Machinery, Not Elsewhere Specified – Repair and Overhaul
- JX1990H: Ships and Vessels, Bilge and Tank Pumping and Disposal of Waste Water and Oil Products
- JX1990HA: Shipboard Hull (Non Structural) Repair, Overhaul and Maintenance
- JX1990HB: Shipboard Hull (Structural) – Repair, Overhaul and Maintenance
- JX1990P: Ships and Vessels – Asbestos Removal
- JX1990R: Ships and Vessels – Non Destructive Testing
- JX1990T: Ships and Vessels – Underwater Services – Repair, Overhaul, Modification, and Maintenance
- JX1990W: Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks – Repair
- JX2090: Ship and Marine Miscellaneous Equipment – Repair
- N1990: Vessels, Miscellaneous
- V501A: Towing and Tugboat Services
- V506A: Diving and Salvage Services
Notice type: Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)
Procurement entity: Public Works and Government Services Canada
Region of delivery: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon
Trade Agreement: CETA / WTO-AGP / CPTPP / CFTA / FTAs with Peru / Colombia / Panama / Korea
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: Yes
Nature of Requirements:
OPP/WAHV – Environmental Strategy
Telephone No. (613) 894-1817
Email: [email protected]
AMENDMENT 1 IS RAISED TO EXTEND THE CLOSING DATE.
The Oceans Protection Plan (OPP), announced by the Prime Minister in November 2016, comprises multiple initiatives meant to ensure the protection and safety of Canadas coasts in collaboration with coastal and Indigenous communities. The OPP priorities include addressing wrecked, abandoned and hazardous vessels.
As a result of the OPP, the Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act was passed by Parliament and came into force on July 30, 2019. The Act is meant to address wrecked, abandoned and hazardous vessels in Canadian waters. Vessels that are wrecked, abandoned, dilapidated, or pose or may pose a hazard to the environment, coastlines, shorelines, infrastructure or any other interest, including the health, safety, well-being and economic interests of the public.
In the spirit of this new Act, the Government of Canada sought the participation of industry and First Nations, Inuit and Métis (Indigenous) partners in spring 2020 to provide feedback on their capacity to provide the services that may be required to address the problematic vessels along Canadas major waterways (Pacific and Atlantic coasts, as well as the Arctic and Great Lakes, and inland waters):
Currently, the Government of Canada is seeking to better understand the options available for services for the disposal of vessels in an environmentally sound manner, in particular regarding smaller fibreglass-hulled and / or wood-hulled vessels. The Government of Canada is looking to learn more about these services and their availability across Canada, for consideration in the development of the functional instruments of the National Procurement Strategy to Address Wrecked, Abandoned and Hazardous Vessels.
Industry stakeholders and Indigenous partners that would like to participate in this exercise should provide the information and answer the questions requested in Appendix 1.
Delivery Date: Above-mentioned
The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.
Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.