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RFP Capacity Assessment of Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure

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The 2013 Capital Plan identified the completion of a third party Sewer Capacity Assessment Study. This study addresses these key questions:

  1. What is the capacity of the system to service future growth of the Town?
  2. Is the system capable of servicing future growth in the Town boundaries in addition to committed services outside the boundaries?
  3. What improvements would be necessary to service internal growth and anticipated new requests for service outside the Town boundaries?
  4. What are the primary pinch points that constrain service?
  5. What is the appropriate “per dwelling unit charge” for service to lands outside the municipal boundary?

At the August 19, 2013 in camera meeting Council approved a contract with KWL Engineering in the amount of $45,733.  This decision was made in-camera under article 90(1)k of the Community Charter. Council reviewed 3 quotes based on a Request for Proposal competition.

The other proposals that were received were:
- Urban Systems $19,030
- Focus $29,995
Council opted for the highest cost proposal due to the depth of the proposal and qualification of staff that were to be engaged in the project.

The Request for Proposal calls for a complete study to Council prior to February 2014.


The Town of Osoyoos is inviting proposals from engineering consultants to undertake a capacity assessment study of the Town’s Sanitary Sewer System Infrastructure.

Proponents will be required to complete a registration form for the purposes of receiving addendum information. Requests for additional information and/or clarification should be in writing and addressed to Mr. Ron Doucette, Director of Operations.

Please click on the links below to view the documents.
Request for Proposal Capacity Assessment of Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure
Registration Form

FAQ Request for Proposal
Responses are to be submitted on or before 4:00 PM local time, Thursday, July 18, 2013 to:

Ron Doucette
Director of Operations
Town of Osoyoos
Box 3010,8707 Main Street
Osoyoos BC V0H 1V0
(T) 250.495.4618

Event date: 
Thursday, 18 July, 2013
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