The Municipality will receive proposals/submissions for the implementation of a real-time or non-real-time of a VMS allowing it to track and report on the travels performed by its fleet and the maintenance activities it performs where applicable. The intent is to provide consistent, accurate data to be able to confidently monitor and report on the levels of service provided to a specific area, a section of road, or otherwise defined areas of service.
The proposed solution shall provide the supporting information needed to mitigate claims that may arise by documenting the maintenance services that it provides to comply with the Ontario Government’s Municipal Act, 2001 regulation 239.02, described as the Minimum Maintenance Standards for Municipal Highways, as well as service levels and operational policies it establishes on its own.
- RFP 2022-01 Vehicle Monitoring System Addendum #1
- RFP 2022-01 Vehicle Monitoring System Inquiry #1
- RFP 2022-01 Vehicle Monitoring System Inquiry #2
The Municipality will receive proposals/submissions for the supply of all labour, material, equipment, and supervision necessary to complete the work shown, or described by, or reasonably inferred from these contract documents. Without limiting the qualifications of the foregoing, the work generally consists of the following:
Watermain extension on Kukagami Lake Road in the Municipality of Markstay-Warren, from the South side of Highway 17 approximately 230m heading North on Kukagami Lake Road.
The Municipality will receive proposals/submissions for the reconstruction of Chain Lake Road (see attached map for the exact construction area).
Approximate Dimensions (including baily bridge):
Length: 1350m (to “Y”)
Total Area: 8774m2
The Municipality requires the TOPCOAT to be two (2) lifts of double class 2 surface treatment using HF1505 emulsion for the entire length of road from the Highway 17 asphalt boundary to the “Y” in Chain Lake Road EXCLUDING the baily bridge which has a length of approximately 12m.
Supply and delivery a Conventional Four Door PUMPER/TANKER.
The Municipality requires the services of a qualified Consultant to provide architectural and engineering (A&E) services (Phase 1) delivering:
- Detailed design for a new Public Works (PW) and Fire Department (FD) facilities located at 48 Main St. N. Markstay, ON.
- Detailed design for a new FD Rapid Response Bay to be located at 37 Warren Ave., Warren ON.
- Detailed design for a new FD Rapid Response Bay to be located at 160 Sunset Rd, Wahnapitae, ON.
Phase 2 will consist of:
- Tender documentation preparation based on the Phase 1 detailed designs.
- Tender process for the construction phase of the project.
- Engineering services during construction.
Phase 2 information is requested as a provisional item and will be based on the Council’s decision to move forward with the project in 2023.