City accepting tenders for bike-lane painting

The City is accepting tenders to paint lines for the 2013 Commuter Bike Pilot Program.

The City is accepting tenders to paint lines for the 2013 Commuter Bike Pilot Program.

Bidders have until 2 p.m. on April 19 to submit an application.

The final scope of work is subject to Red Deer city council approval. In the coming weeks, city council will review the pilot program. Any modifications resulting from council direction will be incorporated into the contract in an addendum before the tender closing date. The contract must be completed by June 30.

Tender documents for a $50 non-refundable fee can be obtained directed from the City of Red Deer Engineering Services Department on the third floor of City Hall. Contract specifications (2012 edition) may be obtained from the Engineering Services Department for $40 non-refundable fee or on the city’s website (www.reddeer.ca).

For information, contact Simone Thompson at 403-342-8158.

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