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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Nain Airport – Feasibility Studies
Surficial geology, geomorphology, permafrost, geotechnical and hydrogeological investigations
The Nunatsiavut Government is planning to build a new certified airport for the Inuit Community of Nain, NL to replace the existing airport infrastructure that is currently under stress from the effects of climate change. The new site will have a gravel airstrip measuring 5000 ft in length and 100 ft in width, exclusive of the maneuvering areas, with a surface area of approximately 1300 m² set aside for future development. The New Airport will operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to serve the local population during all seasons and will act as the center for emergency response for the region.
The Nunatsiavut Government is currently seeking for the contracting of services to complete surficial geology, geomorphology, permafrost, geotechnical and hydrogeological investigations (R4) of the Project and affected areas.
Proposals are to be received no later than 4:00 p.m. on January 27, 2022 to Darryl Shiwak, Deputy Minister of Nunatsiavut Affairs, via email at [email protected]
Before submitting proposals, interested proponents are required to obtain the full detailed scope of work, instructions and requirements for proposals, and any further information on the project from the Nunatsiavut Government offices in Makkovik:
Attn: Colin Gilbride- Director of Infrastructure and Planning
Telephone: (709) 923-2007
Fax: (709) 923-2366
Mail: P.O. Box 92, Makkovik, NL A0P 1J0
Email: [email protected]
Full detailed scope of work can also be found at the following link: https://www.merx.com/solicitations/open-bids/Nain-Airport-Feasibility-Studies-Surficial-Geology-Geomorphology-and-Others/0000214864?origin=2
Alternatively, proposals can be submitted through Merx or by mail and must be clearly marked: NUNATSIAVUT GOVERNMENT NAIN AIRPORT- FEASIBILITY STUDIES: Surficial geology, geomorphology, permafrost, geotechnical and hydrogeological investigations
The lowest-cost or any proposal may not necessarily be accepted and the Nunatsiavut Government reserves the right to cancel this RFP. Proposals will be evaluated on the principles of value for money, which include an evaluation of the Inuit Content Factor pursuant to the Procurement Act.