The Foreshore Integrated Management Planning (FIMP) Project Team is pleased to release a RFP for its first field season happening in 2020.
Request for Proposal
The Living Lakes Canada Society (LLC) is requesting proposals from qualified agencies to survey select lakes (two lakes) in the Upper Columbia Basin using the FIMP methodology. This work might be awarded as one project (with two lakes to be surveyed), or as individual lake projects (each with a single lake to be surveyed).
The RFP and supporting documents are listed below:
- RFP — Lake Inventory 2020
- FIMP Methods Report 2020
- FIMP Methods Report 2009
- Foreshore and Inventory Mapping – Moyie Lake
- Shoreline Management Guidelines – Moyie and Monroe Lakes
- Foreshore and Inventory Mapping – Lake Windermere
- Shoreline Management Guidelines – Lake Windermere
- Foreshore Fish and Wildlife Habitat Assessment – Lake Windermere
Request for Standing Offer
Living Lakes Canada is also pleased to Request Standing Offers (RSO) from qualified agencies for two additional lakes that might be surveyed (using the FIMP methodology) in summer of 2020. This work might be awarded as one project (with two lakes to be surveyed), or as individual lake projects (each with a single additional lake to be surveyed).
Closing Date and Time
Extended to: Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 11:00 PM PST
Contact FIMP Program Manager Ryan Cloutier: Ryan@livinglakescanada.ca
Visit the FIMP project page to learn more: https://livinglakescanada.ca/projects/foreshore-inventory-mapping-in-the-columbia-basin/
Please note: Formerly known as “Foreshore Inventory Mapping” (FIM), FIMP is the new name updated to reflect the methodology (FIM is actually a sub-component of the overarching FIMP methodology).