May 01, 2017
CLOSED: Search Project Phase III Airborne Magnetic and Radiometric Survey


Geoscience BC is pleased to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for an airborne magnetic and radiometric geophysical survey to be flown as part of the Search project.

Proposals should be submitted by email no later than 12 pm (PST) on Monday, May 15th, 2017.

The Search Project, launched in 2015, is designed to stimulate new mineral exploration activity and to enhance the success of existing exploration activities in central British Columbia. This project has been designed to develop a better understanding of mineral potential by collecting new geophysical and geochemical data, and integrating the results into new geoscience products.

Geoscience BC is seeking a qualified contractor to undertake a helicopter-borne airborne magnetic and radiometric geophysical survey over the Search Phase III Project area. The Project will be located in a relatively remote region of northcentral and northeastern British Columbia and cover approximately 9600 km2. Data acquisition and processing of data is to be completed in 2017. Geoscience BC encourages contractors to explore the use of local services when developing a proposal.

Interested parties who intend to submit a proposal in response to this RFP shall confirm their intention and provide a single point of contact, phone number, fax number and e-mail address to the RFP Process Manager at Geoscience BC. Proponents that indicate this interest will be provided with shapefiles of the Project boundary.

RFP Guidelines
RFP Guidelines

You can view the Previous Request for Proposals item: Thu Jul 5, 2018, RFP 2018-01: Exploring the Big Gap in Copper-Gold Deposits of BC's Central Interior

You can view the Next Request for Proposals item: Tue May 31, 2016, CLOSED: Request for Proposals: Peace Region Magnetics Structural Interpretation, NE BC

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