Planned construction of a municipal garage for the unorganized territory (TNO) Lac-Nilgaut
The MRC Pontiac wishes to update its list of local general contractors
Article published on 19 February 2021
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UPDATE TO GENERAL CONTRACTOR LIST
As part of the planned construction of a municipal garage for the unorganized territory (TNO) Lac-Nilgaut, the MRC Pontiac wishes to update its list of local general contractors (head office based on the territory of the MRC Pontiac) who would be interested in receiving an invitation to tender for the construction of the TNO garage in 2021 and/or for future possible excavation, construction and renovation work for the MRC Pontiac. Contractors interested in being on the MRC general contractor list will be able to submit their proposal to the MRC.

The information requested is as follows:
- Name, address and email of the contractor
- RBQ licence number and authorized categories/sub-categories
- Are you able to carry out the TNO garage construction in 2021?
- Do you wish to be on the local contractor list for future work for the MRC Pontiac?

The information document must be received mentioning LIST OF GENERAL CONTRACTORS addressed to the attention of Kim Lesage at 602 route 301 N, Campbell’s Bay (QC), J0X 1K0 by Friday March 12th, 2021 at 4 p.m.

For all information concerning this invitation, you can communicate with:
Kim Lesage, Director of engineering and infrastructure
Phone : (819) 648-5689 extension 302,
Fax : (819) 648-5810,
Email : k.lesage mrcpontiac.qc.ca

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