Project Information
Project name: Canada: Kipling Bus Terminal Project
Project description:

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx have issued a request for qualifications (RFQ) to design, build and finance the Kipling Bus Terminal project.

The scheme includes the construction of a new inter-regional bus terminal as well as supporting infrastructure, including the construction of tunnels and an overhead pedestrian bridge connecting the bus terminal to both the TTC’s Kipling Subway Station and Kipling GO Station and surface developments to improve pedestrian, cyclist and vehicle access to the site.

Qualifications are due by January 18, 2017 with questions by January 11. A pre-bid conference is scheduled for December 8 in Toronto.

Teams that qualify will be invited to respond to a request for proposals in spring 2017.

The project is part of a larger, system-wide plan for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area to improve overall GO Transit service, including the delivery of GO Regional Express Rail by 2024-25.       

Related Headlines

2 December 2016 - RFQ for Ontario bus terminal

14 November 2016 - IO announces 2016 market update  

Type: PPP
Sector: Housing & regeneration
Region: Canada
Current status: Shortlist - 04/04/2017
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: Infrastructure Ontario
Metrolinx
Public sector contact: Breanna McQueston
Procurement Specialist
Infrastructure Ontario
Breanna.McQueston@infrastructureontario.ca
416-327-5242
Private Sector Shortlist
Consortium name: Bird/Kiewit JV
Private sector shareholders: Bird Construction - Shareholders
Kiewit Corporation - Shareholders
Consortium name: EllisDon Infrastructure Transit
Private sector shareholders: EllisDon Inc. - Shareholders
Consortium name: Kipling Infrastructure Partnership
Private sector shareholders: OHL Concessions - Shareholders
Buttcon - Shareholders

This page was last updated on:
4 April 2017.

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