Request For Expressions of Interest
RFEOI PS20180658 - AFTERMARKET ELECTRIC AND HYBRID POWERTRAIN UPFITTING
Questions & Answers
May 16, 2018
All queries related to this RFEOI should be submitted in writing to the attention of:
Gordon Harvey, Contracting Specialist
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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), Thursday, May 24, 2018
Each Respondent should submit a single electronic copy of its entire Expression of Interest by email to Bids@vancouver.ca
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The City of Vancouver may, in its discretion, accept, or reject and return, any Expression of Interest received after the Closing Time.
Each Expression of Interest must consist of a letter in the form set forth in Schedule 2 together with a Statement of Qualifications in the format set forth in Schedule 3, and declaration of Supplier Code of Conduct compliance in the form of Schedule 5.
Electronic files should be emailed as follows:
(i) The file name should be in the following format: PS# - Title – Vendor name and noted
in the subject line of the e-mail;
(ii) Download and complete Schedules 2, 3 and 5 in Word and convert to a single PDF
document attached to your e-mail submission.
Submitting the files via Drop box, FTP, or similar programs, is not acceptable.
Submissions received after the closing time may be returned unopened.
Fax submission will not be accepted.
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General Description of Requirement
The City of Vancouver (the “City”) is seeking expressions of interest (“Expressions of
Interest”) from Respondents who have expertise in Aftermarket Electric and Hybrid Powertrain
In November 2015, Vancouver City Council committed to achieving 100% renewable energy use before 2050; extending an existing goal mandating departmental reductions of vehicle and equipment greenhouse gas emissions by 30% from 2007 levels by 2020. These targets have broad reaching implication to the way the City runs its business.
The Equipment Management (EQM) team within the City’s Engineering Services department is committed to doing its part to help the City transition over to 100% renewable energy usage. EQM manages the City’s $200M vehicle fleet, vehicles used to provide our emergency services, build our roads, and run our day to day operations.
Given the importance of our fleet in delivering upon the City’s core mandates, there is no doubt that the City will be operating vehicles for the foreseeable future; and aligning our fleet operations with our broader sustainability goals is a top priority.
No information meeting at this time.
Downloading the Document
Proponents must not electronically alter any portion of downloaded documents with the exception of adding the information requested. To do so will invalidate your bid.
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Questions and Answers
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ISSUED MAY 16, 2018