Manitoba issues schools RFP

2 May 2017 The province of Manitoba has issued a request for proposals (RFP) to develop a P3 business case and provide advisory services for four school projects.

In collaboration with the Public Schools Finance Board (PSFB), the RFP is seeking a firm to assist with the planning of the projects, with a total value of $100m. 

 The RFP will determine whether the project is suitable for P3 procurement by conducting the appropriate analyses and developing a business case and value-for-money, premier Brian Pallister said.   

The RFP also includes building Manitoba’s internal P3 capacity and processes, which will be important to undertaking further such procurement, he added.   

Once a business case has been developed, a request can be issued to potential private-sector consortiums to bid on the project to undertake the design and financial plan.  

The following schools are included in the project:  

  • Seven Oaks – Precinct E
  • Winnipeg – Waterford Green
  • Southeast Brandon
  • Pembina Trails – Waverly West
The deadline for submissions is June 15, 2017, with the contract to begin by August 1.  The goal is for the four projects to break ground in the 2019 construction season.

This page was last updated on:
12 December 2017.


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