WELCOME TO THE TOWN OF BRIDGEWATER'S PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE BOARD...
In 2011 the Public Procurement Act (2011) was enacted by the Province of Nova Scotia. The Act is applicable to all public sector entities and is intended to improve transparency and accountability, standardize practices and create a governance structure for public sector procurement in Nova Scotia.
Procurement for the Town is managed by individual departments with the Finance Department providing oversight and coordination to the organization with respect to procurement issues. To view the Town's Purchasing & Tendering Policy, click on the policy name. To view the Town of Bridgewater's pdf click on its name. (217 KB)
|Director of Finance
Dawn KEIZER, CA
Of further interest is the Province of Nova Scotia's Tender Opportunties & User Resources at: http://www.gov.ns.ca/tenders/.
This page is used to provide interested groups/individuals an opportunity to request tenders, quotations, and proposals.
Users accessing and using information on this system may do so at their own risk. The Town of Bridgewater is not responsible for the accuracy, reliability, completeness or usability of the site and the information contained. In the event that a discrepancy exists between information displayed on this system and information provided directly by the Town of Bridgewater - Purchasing Office, the information from the tendering Purchase Office will be deemed correct.
Any current Public Tenders, Quotations, and Proposals are shown below.
The Town of Bridgewater is soliciting proposals for consulting services for a Renewable Energy Resource Study (RERS) which will inform future renewable energy developments in the Town of Bridgewater.
Sealed proposals must be submitted by 3:00 p.m. local time on Monday, December 9th, 2019 and clearly marked "RFP2019-15-RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCE STUDY" to the following address:
Town of Bridgewater
attn: Annalise WENTZELL, Purchasing Coordinator
60 Pleasant Street
Bridgewater, NS B4V 3X9
The lowest or any proposal will not necessarily be accepted.