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RFQ:  WDSB0217:  Floating Sea Bridge Construction and Installation
Waterfront Development is seeking professional marine construction services to construct and install a series of floating docks to form a temporary sea bridge connecting the south side of Cable Wharf (1751 Lower Water Street) to the north side of the north Maritime Museum of the Atlantic Wharf (1675 Lower Water Street).
Date issued:  February 7, 2017
Submission deadline:  February 20, 2017 at 2:00pm AST
Administrative Contact:  Carolyn Gilbert, 902-422-6591, carolyn.gilbert@wdcl.ca
Technical Contact:  Adam Langley, adam.langley@wdcl.ca

RFQ:  WDPWR0217:  Halifax Waterfront Electrical Upgrade
Waterfront Development is seeking professional electrical construction services to supply, construct and install necessary infrastructure for a new high-voltage duct bank from an existing high-voltage vault to a new pad-mount transformer (supplied by others) located near the east end of Salter Street. The existing electrical vault is located in the Foundation Parking lot, 1549 Lower Water Street.
Date issued: February 7, 2017
Submission deadline: February 20, 2017 at 2:00pm AST
Administrative Contact:  Carolyn Gilbert, 902-422-6591, carolyn.gilbert@wdcl.ca
Technical Contact:  John MacKenzie, John.mackenzie@wdcl.ca


At Waterfront Development, we engage with public and private sector companies in projects and transactions that contribute to the development of world-class waterfronts. We are committed to best practices in purchasing and in sustainability. Our procurement activities comply with the Nova Scotia Sustainable Procurement Policy and we are committed to supporting our environment, economy and society through adherence to this policy wherever possible by:

  • Ensuring that our requirements for goods, services, construction, and facilities are met through an open, fair, and transparent process that maximizes competition and value to Waterfront Development.
  • Ensuring bidders have reasonable notice and opportunity to tender.
  • Fostering economic development by ensuring every capable Nova Scotia supplier has the opportunity to do business with Waterfront Development.
  • Ensuring Waterfront Development procurement decisions consider the benefit to the environment and social fabric of Nova Scotia.
  • Adhering to all trade agreements which create economic opportunities for Nova Scotians.
  • Treating out of province bidders in the same way as their jurisdictions would treat bidders from Nova Scotia.
  • Being accountable for procurement decisions.