GVCA offers course on winning work through RFPs rather than fixed bid contracts


Ontario Construction Report staff writer

The Grand Valley Construction Association (GVCA) has scheduled a training program for contractors adapting to an environment where more and more work is being generated through requests for proposals (RFPs) rather than traditional lump sum bid contracts.

The one-day course on March 27 will “teach you to develop proposals that will ensure you can thrive in this ensuring market,” the Cambridge based association says in an announcement. “The strategies, tips and techniques you will learn in this course will also help you win when you are perusing opportunities other than RFPs, and ‘put your best foot forward’ when you are promoting your services anywhere in the marketplace.”

The course fee is $400.00 plus HST, with additional attendees from the same company paying $300.00 plus HST each.  For more information, see this link goo.gl/VawsmZ.


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