Start Date22 Nov, 2022 (2 months ago)
Due Date08 Dec, 2022 (1 month ago)
Opportunity TypeBid Notification
Opportunity IdentifierProject: tender_17534 - Request for Information - MTO Capital Construction Management System
Customer / AgencyOntario Shared Services
LocationMERX 6 Antares Dr, Phase II unit 103 Ottawa, ON K2E 8A9
Project: tender_17534 - Request for Information - MTO Capital Construction Management System Project Description :Request for information for a Capital Construction Management software/system and implementation. The capital construction function of the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO) collectively administers one of the largest infrastructure programs of any highway authority in Canada. MTO has approximately 1,600 projects on its 5-year program to manage Ontario’s highway network which is geographically diverse, including urban and rural areas. The highway network consists of approximately 19,000 centerline-kilometres of highway, over 3,000 bridges, over 2,000 structural culverts, 29 remote northern airports, 11 ferry services and 15 tunnels. Other assets include lighting, traffic signals, overhead signs, commuter parking lots, commercial vehicle inspection stations, patrol yards and rest areas. The program is managed from five regionally located offices and a centralized provincial office. Transportation Information Management Division (TIMD) provides oversight for delivery of engineering and construction services primarily delivered by external service providers. The capital construction program is managed by the Ministry’s Capital Planning and Programming Office including in-year financial management to oversee budgetary, forecasting, and expenditure recording of all approved and planned projects. The solution (software / system) will continue to allow MTO to manage the capital construction program through efficient and effective processes and to include a well-designed flow of information. The purpose of this RFI is to scan the market for a Capital Construction Management System (software) that may be integrated with other TIMD systems used in the management of the planning, design, and construction of provincial highways and infrastructure.