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Kemptville Campus Education and Community Centre Master Plan

Kemptville Campus Education and Community Centre is issuing a request for proposal (RFP) for a Master Plan. Please download RFP here.

Please find the Kemptville Campus Education and Community Centre overview presentation here and the Kemptville Campus Directory Map here.

Questions & Answers:

  1. To reduce the environmental footprint of the RFP process would the Municipality be willing to consider an email submission?
    Answer: Yes, the Municipality / Campus will accept email submissions to reduce the environmental footprint of the RFP process. 
  2. Is the consultant required to conduct an energy audit for the buildings or prepare an RFP for an energy audit?
    Answer: If the consultant has the in-house expertise to conduct an energy audit - an RFP for an energy audit will not be required.
  3. If an energy audit is to be completed, what level or level of detail is required to be produced?
    Answer: There are 15 main buildings on campus (two have not been included) of varying ages. Most buildings are metered for gas and hydro (not water). Campus Facility Management has an equipment list of all HVAC appliances with their locations, as such - some baseline information is already available.

The campus is looking for a preliminary analysis of the buildings to determine if, how, and where - energy consumption can be reduced to save energy costs. This is to include an estimated budget for capital planning purposes. 

Please submit 8 complete copies of the proposal to:
Attention: Patricia Rémillard, Project Manager
The Kemptville Campus Education and Community Centre
2 – 40 Campus Drive Parish Hall – 3rd Floor
Kemptville, Ontario K0G 1J0

Must be received by: Friday, November 29, 2019, 3.00 p.m. EST.

The Municipality of North Grenville encourages competition among suppliers in order to maximize savings for taxpayers. The purchasing process is transparent and equitable ensuring fairness among bidders.

Purchasing Procedures

There are a variety of purchasing procedures in place to ensure openness and accountability. The Municipality is also aware of the regulations set out in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act as it pertains to any purchases or business transactions the Municipality is involved in.

Quotations – The Municipality will seek three verbal quotations for items under $2,000 and three written quotations for items ranging from $2,000 to $10,000.

Tenders – The Municipality will issue a tender for items $10,000 and over.

Requests for Proposals – The Municipal may seek a Request for Proposal (RFP) for an item of any dollar value, which may include professional and consulting services.

Additional details for each purchasing process, including advertising and evaluation criteria, are available in the Municipality’s Procurement Policy.