Federal contracts: Heritage Grade lands $6.2M Confederation Building window rehabilitation job

Confederation Building
Confederation Building
Editor's Note

Clarification: The contract to repair the Confederation Building’s windows was awarded to Heritage Grade a division of Asbex Ltd. An earlier version of the story only listed the parent company, which was named in federal procurement records, and also operates an environmental contracting division. This story has been amended to include more information about Heritage Grade.


An Ottawa contractor has won a three-year contract to repair the windows on a historic building within the parliamentary precinct.

Federal records show Heritage Grade, a division of Asbex Ltd., received the $6.2 million contract to repair approximately 650 wood windows on the Confederation Building, using historic materials and methods.

Heritage Grade’s past projects include the Library of Parliament, West Block, East Block, the National War Memorial and Rideau Hall, among others.

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It was the largest federal contract, standing offer or supply arrangement awarded locally between Oct. 9 and 15.

Here’s the complete list:

Heritage Grade, a division of Asbex Ltd.
2710 Lancaster Rd.
Description: Confederation building – window rehabilitation, phase 2
Buyer: PWGSC

International Safety Research
28 Colonnade Rd.
Description: Nuclear safety technical support
Buyer: DND

Oracle Canada ULC
45 O’Connor St.
Description: ADP software
Buyer: PWGSC

Ottawa Greenbelt Construction Co. Ltd.
2575 Sheffield Rd.
Description: Simcoe wharf repairs 2017
Buyer: PWGSC

DEW Engineering and Development ULC
3429 Hawthorne Rd.
Description: Canadian Forces defensive armament suite
Buyer: DND

Gartner Canada Co.
1545 Carling Ave.
Description: Consulting services
Buyer: PWGSC

The Masha Krupp Translation Group Ltd.
1547 Merivale Rd.
Description: Translation services
Buyer: PWGSC

YoppWorks Inc.
411 Legget Dr.
Description: ADP software
Buyer: Health Canada

I4C Information Technology Consulting Inc.
1283 Teron Rd.
Description: Records office and LED library clean-up
Buyer: Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development Canada

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