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Dam Consulting Work: Dam Safety Reviews and Updates to Dam OSM Manuals and Emergency PlansDistrict of Summerland
Dam Consulting Work: Dam Safety Reviews and Updates to Dam OSM Manuals and Emergency Plans
Request For Proposals
Monday, February 3, 2020
Friday, March 6, 2020
The District of Summerland requires a Qualified Professional to perform Dam Safety Reviews, including Flood Inundation and Consequence Classifications. In addition, updates are required in the Dam Operation, Maintenance and Surveillance Manual and the Dam Emergency Plans.
A dam safety review involves a systematic review and evaluation of all aspects of the design, construction, operation, maintenance, processes and systems affecting a dam’s safety, including the dam safety management systems. The evaluation of the safety of the dam systems for the dam safety review must use the current knowledge and standards for dam engineering. The Qualified Professional should carry out the noted work in sufficient detail that the conclusions reached and recommendations arising out of the reviews can be made with the necessary degree of confidence.
The DSRs must meet the requirements of the BC Dam Safety Regulation and follow the APEGBC Professional Practice Guidelines for Legislated Dam Safety Reviews in BC. The Qualified Professional should utilize the Canadian Dam Association Dam Safety Guidelines (revised 2013 or the latest version) as the principle source of standard engineering practice for dam safety. Provincial legislation requires that DSRs be carried out by a Professional Engineer qualified in dam safety analysis (a Qualified Professional as per Section 2.2.2 of the APEGBC DSR Professional Practice Guidelines for Dam Safety Reviews). The legislation also requires that the Qualified Professional conclude the DSRs by providing their professional opinion regarding the safety of the dams.RFP Documents:
RFP documents are available for no charge via the District of Summerland website at summerland.ca/bids. The District’s website is the only authorized website to obtain competitive bid documents for the District of Summerland’s opportunities. The District of Summerland shall not be held responsible for our competitive bid documents that are located on any other website.
RFP Contact Person:
Dana Silk, Manager of Procurement & Contract Administration
The District of Summerland is subject to the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (Chapter Nineteen), the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (Chapter Five), and the New West Partnership Trade Agreement. This procurement may fall within the scope of those agreements.