Request for Proposals: Tenant Relocation Standards & Implementation Tool KitPosted
This Request for Proposals (“the RFP”) issued by the British Columbia Housing Management Commission (“BC Housing”) is an invitation to consultants with relevant experience, knowledge and skills to submit non-binding offers to develop a set of Tenant Relocation Standards and an implementation Toolkit that includes related tools, templates and procedural guidelines, as further described in the Request for Proposal.
View and download the RFP here.
View and download Addendum One here.
Proposal Submission Deadline extended until April 30th.
For more information contact:
Senior Supply Chain Specialist
BC Housing Management Commission
1701 – 4555 Kingsway
Burnaby, British Columbia
Project Background: Major renovations and redevelopment of existing housing stock is a standard part of the work done by BC Housing and the community housing sector. This work provides many benefits to existing housing stock including improving health and safety standards, addressing operational efficiencies for heating and cooling, and increasing the supply of affordable housing. It also requires that tenants living within affected housing units be relocated temporarily while such work is under way.
Such relocation must be done carefully to minimize disruption to tenants and to maintain their safety
and well-being. Therefore, BC Housing requires the services of an experienced consultant to advise on
and to prepare a comprehensive set of tenant relocation standards and an accompanying toolkit that
will be used by BC Housing as well as its partners in the community housing sector across the province.
More information about BC Housing’s requirements is included in Appendix A of this RFP.