Tender files for construction, maintenance and consultants services for the Pacific Region [textual record, architectural drawing]
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Tender files for construction, maintenance and consultants services for the Pacific Region [textual record, architectural drawing]Niveau hiérarchique :AcquisitionDate :1999-2001.Référence :RG11, 01-0432 VFRC, 2012-00090-8No du BAN :2012-00090-8Genre de documents :Documents textuelsTrouvé dans :Archives / Collections et fondsNo d’identification :4350095
Notice descriptive – DétailsDate(s) :1999-2001.Lieu de création :Colombie-BritanniqueÉtendue :1.8 m of textual records and architectural drawings.Langue du document :anglaisInstrument de recherche :Textual record (Électronique) Finding aid 11-357 is an unverified file list created by the department consisting of file numbers, file titles, dates and box numbers. The finding aid is available as a PDF attached to this record. 11-357 PDF (90: Ouvert)
http://data2.archives.ca/pdf/pdf002/11-357_4350095_open.pdfInformation additionnelle :Note générale :Accession consists of records created and/or maintained by the Pacific Region of Public Works and Government Services Canada.
The accession includes, but is not limited to, tender records relating to projects in various cities in British Columbia and the Yukon for various federal structures, including: penitentiaries, wharves and floats, office buildings, docks, piers, breakwaters, airports, border crossings, Pacific Biological Station, HMCS Discovery, and the Vernon Cadet Camp.
The accession also includes tender records relating to various services, including: geotechnical inspection and materials testing services; mechanical engineering services; topographic survey and posting; construction inspection services; construction stage engineering; testing and commissioning; general and resident inspection and record documentation services; surveying services; architectural services; and structural feasibility studies.Historique de la conservation :These records were originally held in British Columbia. They were transferred to the National Capital Region in 2016 and are available for consultation there.Source :Gouvernement
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