February 29 2016
Property managers: look for our public call for proposals on SEAO!
The SHDM (Société d’habitation et de développement de Montréal) is issuing a public call for proposals for the management of three SHDM properties whose management contracts expire on June 1, 2016.
The first contract is for the management of two buildings, the Bon-Pasteur monastery located at 60-100 rue Sherbrooke Est and the approximately 8,000 sq. ft. building at 164 rue Notre-Dame Est.
The second contract is for Centre Jean-Marie-Gauvreau, located at 911 rue Jean-Talon Est.
Property managers will be in charge of keeping the books with regard to operating the buildings and overseeing relations with tenants and service providers. They will also be responsible for general building upkeep (major work, maintenance, leasehold improvements, and maintenance of common areas).
Interested property managers may bid on either or both of these contracts for a three-year term with a possible two-year extension.
Click here to search the call for proposals on SEAO website.
Form for registering on the list of SHDM suppliers
In accordance with the Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies and the protection of personal information, to which the SHDM is subject as a public body, the supplier consents to the disclosure of his data entered in this registration form.
The SHDM appreciates your interest and thanks you for having filled out this form. By being on our list of suppliers, we will be able, if necessary, to invite you to send us a quotation (bid).
SHDM is under no obligation of any kind to suppliers who fill out the form.
Do you have any purchase-related questions? Email your questions directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org
At any time, consult our call for tender notices on the SEAO site at www.seao.ca to check whether calls for tender in your area of activity have been posted by SHDM.
In the event of disparity between the amounts produced with this calculator and those of the statement of account produced by the SHDM, the latter has priority.