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SNC-Lavalin in the news again
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M I Wakefield
2019-03-22 13:32:34 UTC
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And not in a good way

SNC-Lavalin failed to meet technical threshold for $1.6B LRT contract:
sources

SNC-Lavalin won the $1.6-billion contract to extend and maintain Ottawa's
north-south LRT line even though it didn't achieve the minimum technical
score to qualify for the project — a threshold its competitors met easily,
CBC News has learned.

The Montreal-based company beat out two other consortia to extend the
Trillium Line from Greenboro into Riverside South, a decision cemented with
a 19-3 vote by Ottawa city council on March 6.

However, sources with direct knowledge of the Stage 2 evaluation process
told CBC that SNC-Lavalin failed to achieve the minimum technical score of
70 per cent, a requirement set out in publicly available documents.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/snc-lavalin-did-not-score-70-per-cent-minimum-lrt2-1.5064746?__vfz=medium%3Dsharebar
Greg Carr
2019-03-22 21:28:03 UTC
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Post by M I Wakefield
And not in a good way
sources
SNC-Lavalin won the $1.6-billion contract to extend and maintain Ottawa's
north-south LRT line even though it didn't achieve the minimum technical
score to qualify for the project — a threshold its competitors met easily,
CBC News has learned.
The Montreal-based company beat out two other consortia to extend the
Trillium Line from Greenboro into Riverside South, a decision cemented with
a 19-3 vote by Ottawa city council on March 6.
However, sources with direct knowledge of the Stage 2 evaluation process
told CBC that SNC-Lavalin failed to achieve the minimum technical score of
70 per cent, a requirement set out in publicly available documents.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/snc-lavalin-did-not-score-70-per-cent-minimum-lrt2-1.5064746?__vfz=medium%3Dsharebar
Good post. Have a good weekend.
The Doctor
2019-03-22 21:49:21 UTC
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Post by M I Wakefield
Post by M I Wakefield
And not in a good way
sources
SNC-Lavalin won the $1.6-billion contract to extend and maintain Ottawa's
north-south LRT line even though it didn't achieve the minimum technical
score to qualify for the project — a threshold its competitors met easily,
CBC News has learned.
The Montreal-based company beat out two other consortia to extend the
Trillium Line from Greenboro into Riverside South, a decision cemented with
a 19-3 vote by Ottawa city council on March 6.
However, sources with direct knowledge of the Stage 2 evaluation process
told CBC that SNC-Lavalin failed to achieve the minimum technical score of
70 per cent, a requirement set out in publicly available documents.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/snc-lavalin-did-not-score-70-per-cent-minimum-lrt2-1.5064746?__vfz=medium%3Dsharebar
Good post. Have a good weekend.
I have to wonder why the Calgary Highway 201 southeast
leg got delayed.
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