Construction Services

Depending on the construction project delivery system selected for a construction project, Alberta Infrastructure may use one of the following procurement processes to contract with Vendors for construction Services:

For construction tenders with an estimated value of $100,000 thousand or greater, a Tender notice is publically advertised on Alberta Purchasing Connection and bid documents (drawings and specifications) are posted electronically on COOLNet Alberta.

For construction tenders with an estimated value below $100,000, a predetermined, limited number of Vendors are invited to submit a bid.

For construction projects with high levels of complexity, Alberta Infrastructure may employ a two stage procurement process

  • In stage one, a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is publically advertise on Alberta Purchasing Connection to shortlist or to prequalify Vendors based on qualifications and experience.
  • In stage two, the shortlisted or prequalified vendors are invited to submit proposals in response to an Invitational Request for Proposals (RFP).

Safety certification is a requirement in most of Alberta Infrastructures construction tenders.  The safety certification requirement can be met by achieving a valid Certificate of Recognition (COR) or a valid Temporary Letter of Certification (TLC) recognized by Alberta Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour.   For information on specific certification requirements, please go to the website  Potential bidders are advised that these requirements are the sole responsibility of the bidder and may take time to obtain.