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Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada)

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Dalhousie University (commonly known as Dal) is a public university located in Nova Scotia. It maintains campuses in Halifax and Bible Hill, Nova Scotia, as well as medical teaching facilities in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Procurement opportunities (RFPs, Bids, Tenders, etc.) found for Dalhousie University


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DAL2019-522 - Supply of 200 lb. Dish Style Anchor Halifax 05.22.2019
Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: CFI Bid Number: DAL2019-522 Bid Name: Supply of 200 lb. Dish Style Anchor...

DAL2019-073 - Design Services for the Exterior Envelope Conservation Project, OBrien Hall Halifax 05.22.2019
Bid Classification: Services Bid Type: Request for Proposals Bid Number: DAL2019-073 Bid Name: Design Services...

DAL2019-068 - Bi-Annual Printing of Concepts in Chemistry Lecture Books Halifax 05.07.2019
Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: Invitation to Tender Bid Number: DAL2019-068 Bid Name: Bi-Annual Printing of...

Bi-Annual Printing of Concepts in Chemistry Lecture Books Halifax 05.07.2019
Tender IDDAL2019-068 DescriptionBi-Annual Printing of Concepts in Chemistry Lecture Books Tender Docs LocationTo...

DAL2019-072 - Upgrade to Electrical System, Ralph Medjuck Building Halifax 05.03.2019
Bid Classification: Construction Bid Type: Invitation to Tender Bid Number: DAL2019-072 Bid Name: Upgrade to...

Upgrade to Electrical System, Ralph Medjuck Building Halifax 05.03.2019
Tender IDDAL2019-072 DescriptionUpgrade to Electrical System, Ralph Medjuck Building Tender Docs LocationTo access...

Participation in ISI Buying Guide Halifax 01.02.2019
Tender IDDAL-NOTICE-19-1 DescriptionParticipation in ISI Buying Guide Tender Docs LocationTo access tender...


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