A Gatineau construction firm has won a $1.58-million contract to help clean up a contaminated property in central Ottawa.
Public Services and Procurement Canada tasked Pavage Inter Cité to excavate approximately 8,900 cubic metres of soil affected by metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from Natural Resources Canada’s campus at 555 Booth St.
The excavated soil is to be taken offsite for disposal at a licensed Ontario landfill, according to government procurement data. The site will then be backfilled with clean imported fill.
The federal government says site restoration and landscaping will be completed by October.
The job was the largest federal contract, standing offer or supply arrangement awarded to a local firm between June 5 and 11:
Pavage Inter Cité
485 Vernon St.
Description: Soil remediation
Valcom Consulting Group Inc.
85 Albert St.
Description: Interoperability start-up
1011 Polytek St.
Description: Real time analysis: science and technology related (R&D)
Nortrax Canada Inc.
190 David Manchester Rd.
Description: Skid Steer Loader
Advanced Chippewa Technologies Inc.
802 Nesbitt Pl.
Description: ADP software
Buyer: Canada Border Services Agency
Emergency Response Portal Corp.
Description: Communications network software (R&D)
Rampart International Corp.
2574 Sheffield Rd.
Description: Swivel, sling, small arms
1 Rideau St.
Description: Learning Services Requirement
Nitam Solutions Inc.
1125 Newmarket St.
Description: 56 Sparks – The Senate fitup