Private partners sought for Alberta water project

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Private partners sought for Alberta water project

The town of Okotoks, Alberta (Canada), has launched a tender process for the development of a new Regional Water system for the town through a PPP project.

The project will be developed either through a competitive design, build, finance, operate, and maintain (DBFOM) proposal call or by a negotiated finance, maintain, and operate agreement with a single proponent and a competitive design, build, and commission procurement process open to all interested parties.

The Town is currently drafting a project initiation report for the procurement of the proposed regional water system that will be considered by Council.

Interested parties must submit their expressions of interest on or before 29 April 2015.

Okotoksis situated on the Sheep River, approximately 18 km (11 mi) south of the city of Calgary. According to the 2011 census, the town has a population of 24,511, making it the largest town in Alberta. In concern for the supply of water, the town announced a unique and controversial suggestion of capping its population at 25,000 residents.

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