Contracting & Procurement


Overview

LNG Canada has selected JGC Fluor BC LNG Joint Venture (JFJV) as its Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contractor. JFJV is committed to providing local businesses information on potential contracts and employment opportunities, and to connect local individuals and businesses to larger contractors seeking additional resources to complete their work.

As part of the current project lifecycle, the majority of construction awards will be sourced and awarded through JFJV. If you would like information related to upcoming scopes of work, awarded contracts or registering your business through JFJV, please visit their website.

Additionally, selective scopes are awarded through LNG Canada directly. If you wish to view these opportunities or if your services would be beneficial to upcoming LNG Canada activities, please use this page to find additional information, or register your business by completing the LNG Canada supplier registration process below.


How we select contractors and suppliers

Where possible, LNG Canada will award contracts through competitive Requests for Proposals (RFPs) issued to contractors and suppliers that have already been technically and commercially assessed as being capable to provide the required goods and/or services. In other cases, LNG Canada will continue to use the services of existing suppliers.


Selection criteria

Selection criteria includes:

  • Demonstrated business ethics and compliance requirements
  • Strong health, safety, security and environment (HSSE) performance, demonstrated through established management systems and employee HSSE mindset
  • Ability to deliver consistent product and/or service quality
  • Demonstrated commercial performance and competitive pricing
  • Demonstrated financial stability
  • Ability to meet project requirements for schedule and/or delivery
  • Ability to develop local businesses and generate local employment opportunities

We require all LNG Canada employees, contractors and suppliers to:

  • Work and act safely to ensure no harm comes to people or the environment
  • Comply with the law
  • Always intervene to stop unsafe acts or incidents of non-compliance
  • Respect our neighbours and the environment

Upcoming procurement opportunities with LNG Canada

To be considered for any contracting and procurement opportunities, LNG Canada invites potential contractors and suppliers to register with us by:

  • Downloading the appropriate Supplier Registration (RFI) documents here:
  • Supplier Registration Instructions Please read first
  • Supplier Registration FormDownload and complete
  • Completing and returning the RFI to [email protected] per the instructions in the document.
  • Once your supplier information form has been submitted, no further action is required
  • Please note that the [email protected] inbox is only monitored for the receipt of supplier registration (RFI) documents.

LNG Canada will use the information you supply to understand the goods and services your company can provide. We will include your company on our contracting and procurement register and contact you as suitable opportunities are identified.


LNG Canada Upcoming Contracts

Scope

Estimated RFP Date
*all dates subject to change

Estimated Award Date
*all dates subject to change

Company Releasing RFP

Main Industrial Site Services

Q3 2021
(issued and under evaluation)

Q2 2022

LNG Canada

- Supply of site routine and preventative maintenance services (for both small project and turnaround work).

Logistics and Warehouse Management

Q4 2021

Q1/Q2 2022

LNG Canada

- Management on onsite LNGC warehouse

- North American Logistics (primarily Road Transport)

Demolition and Abatement

Q4 2021

Q1 2022

LNG Canada

- The demolition of buildings, potential abatement of hazardous materials, as well as waste management for non-hazardous and any hazardous material related to the scope.

Residential Accommodation

Q1 2022

Q1 2022

LNG Canada

- Property Management services for procuring and holding property leases, building preventative maintenance and seasonal services (ie: landscaping / snow removal).

Environmental Services

Q1 2022

Q2 2022

LNG Canada

- Ground / Water / Air monitoring, environmental consulting services, Waste Monitoring, Marine / Wildlife monitoring

Specialty Chemicals & Chemical Treatment Technical Support Services

Q1 2022

Q3 2022

LNG Canada

- Supply of bulk chemicals and associated technical support

Vehicle , Fleet & Equipment Rentals

Q1 2022

Q2 2022

LNG Canada

- Supply on onsite rental equipment and fleet management vehicles

Cranes

Q1/Q2 2022

Q4 2022

LNG Canada

- Provision of onsite Crane Rentals

Search and Rescue/Emergency Responders (incl. high angle rescue)

Q2 2022

Q4 2022

LNG Canada

- Provision of onsite (onshore) Search and Rescue / Emergency Responder services (including Rope Access training and expertise, high angle rescue services)

Electrical and Instrumentation

Q2 2022

Q3 2022

LNG Canada

- Provision of onsite E&I services in support of Operations (may be included in the Main Industrial Services award)

Inspection & NDT

Q3 2022

Q4 2022 / Q1 2023

LNG Canada

- Supply of onsite supply of inspection and NDT services

Facilities Management

Q3 2023

Q4 2023

LNG Canada

- General facilities management of onsite non-process buildings (Mail, Courier services, Catering)

Security Services

Q3 2022

Q4 2022

LNG Canada

- Provision of onsite Security Services

Mooring Services

Q3 2022

Q4 2022

LNG Canada

- Provision of onsite Mooring Services

Railcar Services

Q3 2022

Q4 2022

LNG Canada

- Railcar loading and shunting

Laboratory

Q3 2022

Q4 2022

LNG Canada

- LNGC lab gas calibration and maintenance

Busing and Shuttle Services

Q1 2022

Q2 2022

LNG Canada

- Supply of local Busing and Shuttle services of site personnel

Medical Services

Q3 2022

Q4 2022

LNG Canada

-Onsite Nurse and call-in Physician

Landscaping Services

Q3 2023

Q4 2023

LNG Canada

- Onsite landscaping services

* Subject to change


Contracts awarded

The following contracts have been awarded to date:

COMPANY NAME DESCRIPTION OF WORK
ABC Industries Ltd Janitorial services
AGAT Laboratories Field and lab services
ATCO Structures and Logistics Ltd Trailers
Backcountry Wildlife Monitoring Ltd Wildlife monitoring
BAM-JJM-MANSON Joint Venture Wharf construction
Bear Creek Contracting Ltd Civil works
Bird Civeo Joint Venture Main camp construction
Boskalis Canada Dredging and Marine Services Ltd Dredging
British Columbia Construction Workforce development programs
Civeo Canada Limited Partnership Accommodations
Coast Mountain Wireless Communication Ltd Radios, communication equipment and support
ERM Consultants Canada Ltd Impact assessments
First Canada ULC Personnel transportation services
Golder Associated Ltd Professional engineering services
Haisla Brinkman Forestry Joint Venture Forestry works
Haisla Nation WM of Canada JV Pioneer waste disposal services
Haisla Triton Limited Partnership Animal salvage and environmental services
J H W Construction Ltd Civil works
JASCO Applied Sciences (Canada) Ltd Acoustic monitoring
JGC Fluor BC LNG Joint Venture Main plant engineering, procurement, construction
Kitimat Northern Light Advertising Local advertising
Kitimat Valley Institute Induction training and services
Leavitt Machinery Gen Partnership Equipment rental
Ledcor Haisla Limited Partnership Site preparation
Lee Bo Scarlet Security Services Pioneer security services
London Offshore Consultants Marine Warranty Surveyors
Norco Septic Service Inc Septic services
Northwest Fuels Limited Fuel services
RTC Rail Solutions Ltd Rail inspections
Sandhill Materials Inc Sandhill materials
Servco Kitamaat Ventures Ltd Civil and electrical works
Silvertip Promotions and Signs Inc Branding and signage
Snow Valley Ford Sales Vehicle leases
Stantec Consulting Ltd Professional services and consultancy
Stantec Consulting Ltd Environmental Services
Telus Corporation Networking equipment
Tieto Canada Inc. Provision of Hydrocarbon Scheduling Tool
Vertex Kitamaat Safety & Medical Pioneer medical services
WSP Canada Inc Testing, surveys and lab services

Life Saving Rules

All LNG Canada contractors must abide by the Life Saving Rules

  • Click + for details about the Life Saving Rules

    Rule 1

    Work with a valid work permit when required

    You should

    • Understand the Work Permit and follow it
    • Confirm that the Work permit is valid
    • Confirm with the Supervisor or the Person in Charge of the work that it is safe to start work

    Rule 2

    Conduct gas tests when required

    You should

    • Confirm with the Supervisor or the Person in Charge of the work that the air is tested
    • Confirm with the Supervisor or the Person in Charge of the work that it is safe to start work
    • Stop work if you smell gas

    Gas Testers should

    • Understand which tests the Work Permit requires and how often
    • Uses certified equipment for the tests

    Rule 3

    Verify isolation before work begins and use the specified life protecting equipment

    You should

    • Understand the isolations that protect you from danger
    • Confirm with the Supervisor or the Person in Charge of the work that isolations are in place
    • Confirm with the Supervisor or the Person in Charge of the work that it is safe to start work

    Rule 4

    Obtain authorization before entering a confined space

    You should

    • Confirm with the Supervisor or the Person in Charge of the work that it is safe to start work
    • Confirm with the Attendant that you can enter a confined space
    • Follow the requirements of the
      Work Permit

    Attendants should

    • Approve and control access to a confined space
    • Have means of communication with people in the confined space

    Rule 5

    Obtain authorization before overriding or disabling safety critical equipment

    You should

    • Obtain authorization from the Person in Charge or your Supervisor before overriding or disabling safety-critical equipment

    Rules 6

    Protect yourself against a fall when working at height

    You should

    • Have authorisation to work at height outside a protective environment
    • Be aware of what fall protection equipment to use and how to use it
    • Check equipment before using it
    • Always tie off when at height outside of a protective environment

    Rule 7

    Do not walk under a suspended load

    You should

    • Never cross a barrier controlling an area with a suspended load without authorisation
    • Follow the instructions of the Flagman or the Person in Charge of the lift

    A Person in Charge should

    • Mark the unsafe area and put barriers in place
    • Ensure that nobody walks under a suspended load

    Rule 8

    Do not smoke outside designated smoking areas

    You should

    • Know where the designated smoking areas are
    • Intervene if you see someone smoking outside a designated area

    Rule 9

    No alcohol or drugs while working or driving

    You should

    • Always inform your Supervisor or the Person in Charge if you are taking medicine that may have an effect on your performance
    • If in doubt, always check with your Supervisor or the Person in Charge who may seek medical advice
    • Not use, keep, sell or distribute
      illegal drugs
    • Intervene if you see a case of alcohol or drugs abuse

    Rule 10

    While driving, do not use your phone and do not exceed speed limits

    Drivers should

    • Not use a mobile phone or pager, send or read a text message, or use a hands-free mobile phone device
    • Stay at or below the maximum allowable speed for the road your are driving on as indicated by road signs or Journey Management instructions
    • Stay at or below the maximum allowable speed limit for the vehicle you are driving
    • Adjust your speed to the prevailing conditions

    Rule 11

    Wear your seat belt

    Drivers and Passengers should

    • Always use a 3-point seatbelt (please note exceptions* below)
    • Check that your seatbelt works properly
    • Keep your seatbelt properly fastened while in a moving vehicle
    • Check that everyone in the vehicle is wearing a seatbelt properly before starting to drive
    • Intervene when your fellow passengers are not wearing seatbelts properly

    *Exceptions include vehicles where only lap seatbelts are available or in public transport where seat belts are not available.

    Rule 12

    Follow prescribed Journey Management Plan

    Drivers should

    • Confirm if a Journey Management Plan is required before starting the journey
    • Discuss the Journey Management Plan with the authorised person
    • Understand the Journey Management Plan before starting the journey
    • Comply with the duty, driving and rest hours specified in the Journey Management Plan
    • Follow the route specified in the Journey Management Plan
    • Always tell the authorised person immediately if changes occur

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