Notice of Bid Opportunity:Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce New Office – Interior Renovation
NOTICE OF BID OPPORTUNITY:
Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce
New Office – Interior Renovation
Suite 702, 34 Cumberland St. N., Thunder Bay, ON
Project No. 2019-14
Bids will be received from General Contractors by:
12 St Paul Street
Thunder Bay, ON P7A 4S5
Until 2:00:00 PM, local time, Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Bids are to include a 10% Bid Bond or Certified Cheque
A Mandatory Site Visit for General Contractors is scheduled for Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 3:30pm at 34 Cumberland Street North (Whalen Building), meet in the main lobby. Bid Documents will be available electronically on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 and are to be printed by the bidders. Documents will also be available for viewing at the Construction Association of Thunder Bay.
The project is for the interior renovation of an existing vacant 1,200 sf space on the 7th floor of the Whalen Building – including minor plumbing, flooring, ceilings, painting, electrical, lighting, ventilation and coordination of Owners installers for supplied furniture, desking and demountable partitions, as well as coordination with the Owners network / data trade installer.
Bidding is open to all qualified General Contractors – the Chamber of Commerce policy is that members, in good standing (having been a member for at least 60 days), will be given preference for the purchase of goods and services. General Contractors are encouraged to entertain subtrade quotations from members of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce.
All inquiries must be made in writing to:
Attn: Cory Stechyshyn, OAA – Project Architect
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