TRAINING THURSDAY: Responding Successfully to an RFP

Kerry and Jordan talk about a major ICBA course -- Responding Successfully to an RFP. Monday, October 25th - Wednesday, October 27th, 2021 More and more frequently private...


ICBA's Jordan Bateman and's Maclean Kay discuss the NDP's plan to levy a $25 fee on every Freedom of Information request; the "robust legislative agenda" that has now spent days on a stale Throne Speech and miscellaneous statutes; and the state of...

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Kerry and Jordan talk about a big upcoming ICBA Training course, Responding Successfully to an RFP.More and more frequently private sector companies and government organizations are releasing Requests for Proposals (RFP’s) as part of their procurement process and moving away from the traditional bid process. Construction companies will win or lose contracts based on their responses to these RFP’s. Responding to a Request for Proposal (RFP) successfully requires knowledge, understanding and a proposed solution of the subject, while convincing the potential Owner that your company is the best suited to build their project. Your response must not just be compliant, it must be compelling as well!This three-day (three hours a day) course will help you master the art of RFP responses!All the details and registration at: ... See MoreSee Less
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Thanks for featuring ICBA member Pimm's Production Equipment Ltd. today!Pimm’s Production Equipment Ltd. is a source for sales and service of:- Pumps- Air compressor systems- Relief Valves- Instrumentation- Electrical- IT and NetworksThey provide northeastern British Columbia and northwestern Alberta with production equipment, instrumentation, I.T. services, electrical, safety relief valve services and millwright services for oil and gas companies, retail businesses, and many other industries.Their priority is getting the job done right the first time. In order to provide a superior service, they track all of their projects using detailed reporting and are on call 24/7.The staff at Pimm’s Production Equipment Ltd. offers a broad range of highly specialized technical expertise, but their greatest advantage is their ability to amalgamate their specializations under one roof. Pimm’s experience in operating in both remote and Northern regions provides them with unique insights into the development and operating concerns of the North. They boast a fleet of over 25 fully equipped field trucks and are on call 24 hours a day to tackle any electrical, instrumentation or measurement problems that arise.Pimm’s Production Equipment Ltd. is a company with a focus on service. In everything they do, from their counter sales of top quality oilfield production equipment to their field staff of highly trained and experienced technicians, they strive for service that is second to none. We are a company constructed of a diverse team of specialists who pride themselves in being the best in the business: the best in workmanship and the best in service.Pimm’s started in Fort St John in 1980 and have continued to grow steadily since then, while focusing on the quality that got them their start. They are proud to be a locally owned company, have local staff, and support local causes in the area.For more information on Pimm’s Production Equipment Ltd., visit ... See MoreSee Less
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WELLNESS WEDNESDAY #19: Colorectal Cancer AwarenessEach week, ICBA’s Jordan Bateman reflects on what we’ve learned as we participate in ICBA’s Workplace Wellness Program. This program is free for all ICBA members – check out for details.This month, ICBA Wellness shifts gears slightly, moving from mental health to cancer. Nearly 50% of Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lifetime.The Canadian Cancer Society says there are more than 100 different types of cancer, but (taking out non-melanoma skin cancer, for which specific stats aren’t reported) nearly half of all cases come down to four types:1. Lung2. Breast3. Colorectal4.ProstateColorectal cancer starts in the cells of the colon or rectum, which are part of the digestive system. This is the third-most commonly diagnosed cancer in Canada – and the second leading cause of death from cancer in men (#3 for women).The Mayo Clinic recommends seeing a doctor if you have these signs or symptoms of colorectal cancer:• A persistent change in your bowel habits, including diarrhea or constipation or a change in the consistency of your stool• Rectal bleeding or blood in your stool• Persistent abdominal discomfort, such as cramps, gas or pain• A feeling that your bowel doesn't empty completely• Weakness or fatigue• Unexplained weight lossIf you feel something, get checked!ICBA’s Workplace Wellness Program is helping more than 50 companies, and thousands of construction professionals, better understand mental health. The program is free for ICBA members — see ... See MoreSee Less
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