Canadian National Railways
Proposed reinforced concrete coaling plant structures at Hornepayne and FerlandThe Ferland coaling plant was not built., Ontario.
Separate tenders are invited for the above-mentioned work and sealed tenders, marked on the outside "Confidential" and "Tender for Coaling Plant," and separately addressed for each structure to Mr. B. Wheelwright, Chief Engineer, Canadian National Railways, Room 436 Union Station, Toronto 2, Ont., will be received up to 12.30 p.m., June 5th, 1944.
Instructions for tendering may be seen at the office of the District Engineer, Canadian National Railways, Transportation Building, North Bay, or at Room 450 Union Station, Toronto; and plans, specifications and form of contract may be obtained on depositing a certified cheque made payable to the Treasurer, Canadian National Railways, for an amount of $25.00 for each structure, which will be refunded on return of plans and specifications to the Railway, in good condition, within thirty days after award of contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless submited on forms supplied by the Railway and in accordance with the instructions for tendering. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J. F. Pringle,
Vice-President and General Manager
Toronto, May 16th, 1944.
Ref: Ferland, Hornepayne