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July 12, 2018

City of Regina issues RFP to fill Capital Pointe hole

 

The City of Regina has begun the process of filling the Capital Pointe hole.

“The City has commenced a public procurement process to continue the work of filling the hole at 1971 Albert Street. A request for proposal has been issued and is available for viewing at www.sasktenders.ca,” city director of development services Louise Folk said in an email.
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The Request for Proposal (RFP) calls for contractors to “complete the remediation of the site located at 1971 Albert Street” and focuses on several big ticket issues:

  • Providing general contracting services.
  • Providing traffic accommodations.
  • Material hauling.
  • Backfilling existing excavation.
  • Removal of temporary shoring works.
  • Removal of site facilities and other debris.
  • Installation of concrete sidewalks.
  • Asphalt patching.
  • Providing project record documentation.
  • Other related works.

The city issued an order to fill the hole on April 3, saying the site had been “abandoned for months” and calling it unsafe.

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