Request For Expressions of Interest

RFEOI PS20161522 - SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE OF LEAK DETECTION EQUIPMENT

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All queries related to this RFEOI should be submitted in writing to the attention of:Michael Sachdev, Buyer

Email: michael.sachdev@vancouver.ca

PHONE NUMBER

604.873.7800

FAX NUMBER

604.873.7057

ENQUIRIES

purchasing@vancouver.ca

[Please specify bid number, bid title and purchasing agent's name when sending email.]

Questions will be accepted, and answers posted, ONLY IF they are submitted in writing five working days prior to the bid closing date

CLOSING DATE & TIME

3:00:00 pm (Local Vancouver Time), Tuesday, November 22, 2016

CLOSING LOCATION

Mailing Address:
City of Vancouver, Purchasing Services
453 West 12th Avenue
Vancouver, BC Canada V5Y 1V4

Envelopes submitted by courier or otherwise in-person should be delivered to:
Supply Chain Management
453 West 12th Avenue - 4th Floor
Vancouver City Hall
Vancouver, BC Canada

Submissions received after the closing time may be returned unopened.

Fax submission will not be accepted.

Please visit our Bidding Procedures page for additional information.

General Description of Requirement

The City of Vancouver Water Utility is classified as a level III system servicing a population of 603,502 residing in an area of 115 km2. The Water Distribution System is comprised of 1,400 km’s of mainline and 100,403 service lines. The average age of the piping network is 45 years with mains ranging from 100mm (4 in) to 950mm (36 in) in diameter. The distribution system represents an estimated worth of 1.5 Billion to the City of Vancouver Taxpayers. On an average day, the Vancouver water system delivers 307 million litres of high quality water to its customers.

The City of Vancouver is continuously evaluating all its resources, as water utility owners; we recognize the need to manage leaks and system integrity. One of our key initiatives for the past several years has been the Pro-Active Leak Detection program which has evolved from surveying 33% of the distribution system annually to a survey of the entire system on an annual basis. The main drivers for the program are the management of a sustainable resource through the City’s Greenest Action Plan, Corporate Strategic Business Plan and Engineering Services Departmental Action Plan.

The City of Vancouver Waterworks Operations is requesting to explore vendors that are able to supply Programmable Acoustic Leak Detection Equipment.

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SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE OF LEAK DETECTION EQUIPMENT

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