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View Enquiry: BE 2022-3009-036


Contract Details
Contract Number
2022-3009
Region
West
Tender Owner
MTO Capital
Location
N\A
Highway
401
Length
0
QMS Declaration
Yes
Option A or B bidding
No
Contract Description
DESIGN BUILD MINOR - Grading, Drainage, Hot Mix Paving, Structure and Electrical.
Tender Instructions
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Must be received electronically as prescribed in the Expression of Interest document by 3:00:00 P.M. local time on; March 30, 2022
Contract Dates
Tender Advertise
23-Feb-2022
Tender Opening
03-Aug-2022 at 01:30:00 PM
TRF Submission Opening
06-Jul-2022
TRF Submission Closing
29-Jul-2022 at 12:00:00 PM

Enquiry Details
Enquiry Date
08-Jun-2022 at 11:52:46 AM
Type
Other
Subject
Contamination Overview Study
Enquiry
In the Contamination Overview study by Dillon (May 27, 2015) it identifies several areas in the vicinity of the Dorchester Rd interchange as having high potential for subsurface impacts. This report does not provide any estimation or visualization of the potential impacted areas, therefore, we are unable to determine the extent of the scope for remedial works (area limits, depths, volume, type of treatment, etc.). Could the Ministry please advise if there are any additional information available, which can provide proponents a clearer picture of the scope of work to be included in our proposal? Furthermore, if the Ministry is unable to provide such additional information, should proponents treat the discovery and remedial works of contaminated materials as a change order to the contract?

Response Details
Response Status
Completed
Response Date
13-Jun-2022 at 10:11:16 AM
Response
Additional information is not available. See RFP Addendum 1, Section 1.10. Refer to section 2.4.11.2.2 -The Design-Builder is responsible for completing Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessment. Refer to section 2.4.11.2.2 - Bullet “Excess Material Management Plan memo” starting on page 120 for requirements for managing excess soil on-site. Excess soil that is managed on-site is not designated as a waste. The trigger for Excess Soil Reuse Planning is if excess soil is removed from the Project area. However, should the Design-Builder choose to move soil off the project site, O.Reg 406 soil management classifications shall be determined through completion of detail design level field investigation activities. Any additional costs necessary to meet the design and construction requirements of the Project such as investigations field or laboratory, trucking or shipping and disposal costs shall be bourn by the Design-Builder. Refer to Section 2.4.11.2.2, Bullet ""Excess Soil Management"" starting on page 118 of the RFP for requirements.