Delta offers extensive technical, professional, and logistical expertise in executing Northern remediation projects, in addition to a diverse range of professional and technical services to both the private and public sectors. The firm has in excess of 15 years of remediation experience, operating on remote and isolated sites in the North, and accordingly, a critical element of its professional services is specializing in moving people, camp, and equipment to such project sites.
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The Canol Heritage Trail is a 355-kilometre-long trail running from Norman Wells, Northwest Territories, through the Mackenzie Mountains, to the Yukon border. The trail follows the route of the Canol Road lying within the Northwest Territories, constructed during the Second World War by the United States Army Corps of Engineers to build and service a pipeline bringing oil from Norman Wells to a refinery in Whitehorse, Yukon. It was abandoned after only thirteen months of operation.
After the Americans decided the Canol project was a failure, it was abandoned and sold for scrap to Imperial Oil. Some valuable equipment was salvaged, but a great deal of pipeline, wire, vehicles and buildings, as well as various contaminants, were left behind.
Public Works and Government Services Canada issued an RFP in March 2017 requesting bids for the Canol Trail Remediation project in the Northwest Territories. This phase of the project was to remove contaminants, collect bundles of wire, secure standing buildings and address physical hazards.
Delta Engineering hired Outsource Marketing to help prepare its bid.
Our Plan of Action
Successfully responding to an RFP from Public Works and Government Services Canada is no easy feat. Their requirements are demanding, and in order to win, your proposal must be detailed, comprehensive, and precise.
This was a large, important project for our client, and they needed help meeting the proposal requirements. We began this project by having a full-day kick-off meeting. We went question by question, requirement by requirement, developing the raw content to address each proposal element. After we wrote a few drafts and incorporated the client’s feedback, we began to develop visual elements, including graphics, tables and charts, that would help tell the story of our client’s approach in a more engaging manner.
Working quickly and efficiently helped save a few days and gave us a few days prior to submission to review the proposal in its entirety and ensure every requirement was met and each question was written to maximize Delta Engineering’s score.