RFP's in construction in Canada have become a normal rather than a rarity. Especially in public procurement. Buyers of construction services are seeking more and more information up front about the overall project approach even after prequalification has occurred. This requires an approach that compels an owner to select one firm over another in a very competitive market. Many companies spend on ad campaigns and invest in product development in other sectors, but construction is different. How you frame your product must respond to the nature of the request. Because a construction project is a protracted transaction, relationships are the backbone of current and future success. Price is not all that matters when quality-based selection (QBS) is the more favored approach for buyers. This course is designed to unlock hidden potential to win the project.
- The Public Procurement Process versus Private Procurement
- Pre-proposal activities, building the winning team and assessing risk based on information received
- The capture manager
- Writing, professional communication and more
- All about RFI's
- Proposal submission
- Post submission negotiations
- We won, now what?
This course will provide attendees with the following outcomes:
- Procurement Best Practices in Canada
- Building the right team
- The Capture Manager role
- Evaluation and scorecard
- Asking the right questions - knowing the clients "hot buttons"
- How to negotiate in good faith
- Post award, how to gear up for implementation