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Sechelt wastewater treatment facility public release of documents

Sechelt Council has released documentation related to negotiations and contracting for the construction of Sechelt’s new Wastewater Treatment Facility. These include:
• Request for Proposal (RFP) – Design Build Services RFP (issued September 4, 2012)
• Council Resolution, regarding the companies selected to receive the RFP
• In Camera Council Meeting Minutes of December 18, 2012
• Council Resolution from December 19, 2012, endorsing Maple Reinders / Urban Systems / Veolia as the preferred proponent
• Limited Notice to Proceed agreement with Maple Reinders, dated January 29, 2013
• Consulting Services agreement with Mr. Paul Nash
• Owners Technical Consultant Services Contract with Tetra-Tech.
These documents have remained confidential to protect the proprietary interests of the firms involved in the tendering and to ensure negotiation of contracts proceeded in good faith. Sechelt is now finalizing the design-build contract with Maple Reinders Inc., the proponent of record, representing the consortium that includes Urban Systems and Veolia Water Solutions and Technologies Canada.
The planned wastewater facility will be the first of its kind in North America, with a design that uses, among other processes, a greenhouse filtering and nutrient removal system already employed in Europe and Asia.
The released documents can be viewed on and copies can be requested from the District Office.

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