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Aloia Brothers Concrete Contractors Ltd.

City Council on July 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 30, 2018 adopted the staff report from the Manager, Fair Wage Office recommending disqualification of Aloia Brothers Concrete Contractors Ltd. from City contracts for failure to comply with the City’s Fair Wage Policy. Disqualification provisions require all non-compliance activity and disqualification statistics will be reported to Council annually.

City Council also declare that any legal entity that is related to or has the same operating mind as Aloia Brothers Concrete Contractors Ltd. (including successors or assigns) be ineligible to bid on or be awarded City of Toronto contracts as a General Contractor or Sub-contractor, for the two year disqualification period, from the date of the decision of Council.

Aloia Brothers Concrete Contractors Ltd. disqualification period begins from the day of the decision of Council (July 23, 2018) and ends July 23, 2020. Once the disqualification period is over, Aloia Brothers Concrete Contractors Ltd. shall be placed on probation for the next contract year. Tracking Status (GM29.30)

Queensway Excavating and Landscaping Ltd.

City Council on May 22, 23 and 24, 2018, adopted the staff report from the Manager, Fair Wage Office recommendation that as a result of Queensway Excavating and Landscaping Ltd. having been found to be in non-compliance with the provisions of the Fair Wage Policy in two separate instances over a period of three years inclusive, direct that Queensway Excavating and Landscaping Ltd. be disqualified from conducting business on City projects for a period of two years.

City Council also declare that any legal entity that is related to or has the same operating mind as Queensway Excavating and Landscaping Ltd. (including successors or assigns) be ineligible to bid on or be awarded City of Toronto construction tender calls as a General Contractor or Sub-contractor, for the two year disqualification period, from the date of the decision of Council.

Queensway Excavating and Landscaping Ltd. disqualification period begins from the day of the decision of Council (May 22, 2018) and ends May 22, 2020. Once the Disqualification period is over, Queensway Excavating and Landscaping Ltd.shall be placed on probation for the next contract year.  Tracking Status (GM27.16)

Ruffolo Contracting Ltd.

City Council on May 22, 23 and 24, 2018, adopted the staff report from the Manager, Fair Wage Office recommendation that as a result of Ruffolo Contracting Ltd. having been found to be in non-compliance with the provisions of the Fair Wage Policy in two separate instances over a period of three years inclusive, direct that Ruffolo Contracting Ltd. be disqualified from conducting business on City projects for a period of two years.

City Council also declare that any legal entity that is related to or has the same operating mind as Ruffolo Contracting Ltd. (including successors or assigns) be ineligible to bid on or be awarded City of Toronto construction tender calls as a General Contractor or Sub-contractor, for the two year disqualification period, from the date of the decision of Council.

Ruffolo Contracting Ltd. disqualification period begins from the day of the decision of Council (May 22, 2018) and ends May 22, 2020. Once the Disqualification period is over, Ruffolo Contracting Ltd.shall be placed on probation for the next contract year.  Tracking Status (GM27.17)

MTM Landscape Contractors Inc.

City Council on July 7, 8 and 9, 2015, adopted the staff report from the Manager, Fair Wage Office recommendation that as a result of MTM Landscape Contractors Inc. having been found to be in non-compliance with the provisions of the Fair Wage Policy in two separate instances over a period of three years inclusive, direct that MTM Landscape Contractors Inc. be disqualified from conducting business on City projects for a period of two years. City Council also declare that any legal entity that is related to or has the same operating mind as MTM Landscape Contractors Inc. (including successors or assigns) be ineligible to bid on or be awarded City of Toronto construction tender calls as a General Contractor or Sub-contractor, for the two year disqualification period, from the date of the decision of Council. MTM Landscape Contractors Inc. disqualification period begins from the day of the decision of Council (July 7, 2015) and ends July 7, 2017. Once the Disqualification period is over, MTM Landscape Contractors Inc. shall be placed on probation for the next contract year.  Tracking Status (GM5.22)

Serve Construction Ltd.

City Council on July 7, 8 and 9, 2015, adopted the staff report from the Manager, Fair Wage Office recommendation that as a result of Serve Construction Limited having been found to be in non-compliance with the provisions of the Fair Wage Policy in two separate instances over a period of three years inclusive, direct that Serve Construction Limited be disqualified from conducting business on City projects for a period of two years.

City Council also  declare that any legal entity that is related to or has the same operating mind as Serve Construction Limited (including successors or assigns) be ineligible to bid on or be awarded City of Toronto construction tender calls as a General Contractor or Sub-contractor, for the two year disqualification period, from the date of the decision of Council.

Serve Construction Limited disqualification period begins from the day of the decision of Council (July 7, 2015) and ends July 7, 2017. Once the Disqualification period is over, Serve Construction Limited shall be placed on probation for the next contract year.  Tracking Status (GM5.23)

Aurostar Inc.

On July 16, 2013 City Council adopted a staff report from the Manager, Fair Wage Office recommending disqualification of Aurostar Inc. from City contracts failing to comply with the City of Toronto Fair Wage Policy. When a contractor is found to be in non-compliance with the provisions of the Fair Wage Policy in two separate instances over a period of three years inclusive, the Manager, Fair Wage Office must report and recommend to the Government Management Committee that Aurostar Inc. be disqualified from conducting business with the City for a period for a period of two years. Aurostar Inc.’s disqualification period begins from the day of the decision of Council (July 16, 2013) and ends July 16, 2015. Once the disqualification period is over, Aurostar Inc. shall be placed on probation for the next contract year. Tracking tatus (GM23.20)

Kary Construction Ltd.

City Council adopted the staff report of February 17, 2006 from the Manager, Fair Wage Office recommending disqualification of Kary Construction Ltd. from City contracts for failure to comply with the City’s Fair Wage Policy. Disqualification provisions require all non-compliance activity and disqualification statistics will be reported to Council annually. The disqualification period for Kary Construction Ltd. begins as of May 23, 2006 and ends on May 23, 2008, two (2) years inclusive. After the disqualification period is over, Kary Construction will be placed on probation for the next contract year.
More information about this disqualification is available in the following Council documents:
New Reports: Administration Committee Report 3.pdf – page 28
Fair Wage Violation – Kary Construction Limited.pdf – page 3

Dram Electric Co. Ltd.

City Council adopted the staff report of October 17, 2006 from the Manager, Fair Wage Office recommending disqualification of Dram Electric Co. Ltd. from City contracts for failure to comply with the City’s Fair Wage Policy. Disqualification provisions require all non-compliance activity and disqualification statistics will be reported to Council annually. The disqualification period for Dram Electric Co. Ltd. begins as of May 1, 2005 and ends on May 1, 2007, two (2) years inclusive. After the disqualification period is over, Dram Electric Co. Ltd. will be placed on probation for the next contract year.

Aplus General Contractors Corporation (Suspended October 30, 2018 to April 30, 2019)

In accordance with the City of Toronto’s Municipal Code Chapter 195 – Purchasing, Section 195-13.13(B) the Chief Purchasing Officer, in consultation with the City Solicitor, may temporarily suspend a supplier’s eligibility to bid for up to six (6) months based upon evidence that there has been a contravention of the Supplier Code of Conduct or for any other professional misconduct or omissions that adversely reflect on the commercial integrity of the supplier.  Aplus General Contractors Corporation has failed to maintain a satisfactory performance rating on a contract with the City as required under City of Toronto’s Municipal Code Chapter 195 – Purchasing, Section 195-13.11.

 

Entities Owned, Directed or Controlled by Rauf Ahmad, also known as Rauf Arain, including Advance Fire Control, AF Controls Canada, Maf-Bar Conseil Ltee o/a York Fire Protection Ltd., Advanced Detection Technologies Corp., and Ontario Fire Control (Suspended August 14, 2018 to February 14, 2019)

In accordance with the City of Toronto’s Municipal Code Chapter 195 – Purchasing, Section 195-13.13(B), the Chief Purchasing Officer, in consultation with the City Solicitor, may temporarily suspend a supplier’s eligibility to bid for up to six (6) months based upon evidence that there has been a contravention of the Supplier Code of Conduct or for any other professional misconduct or omissions that adversely reflect on the commercial integrity of the supplier.  Entities owned, directed or controlled by Rauf Ahmad (also known as Rauf Arain) including but not limited to, as determined by the Chief Purchasing Officer in consultation with the City Solicitor, Advance Fire Control, AF Controls Canada, Maf-Bar Conseil Ltee o/a York Fire Protection Ltd., Advanced Detection Technologies Corp., and Ontario Fire Control has been suspended on this ground in relation to the report from the Auditor General, AU13.11 – Raising the Alarm: Fraud Investigation of a Vendor Providing Life Safety Inspection Services to the City of Toronto.  Tracking Status (AU13.11)

Inforica Inc. (Suspended February 20, 2018 –February 19, 2023)

In accordance with the City of Toronto’s Municipal Code Chapter 195 – Purchasing, Section 195-13.5. Illegality, a supplier shall be deemed ineligible for an award for a minimum period of five (5) years from the date of a conviction of itself or its affiliated persons for collusion, bid-rigging, price fixing, bribery, fraud or other similar behaviours or practices prohibited under the Criminal Code or other applicable law, unless pre-approved by the Treasurer.

Four Seasons Site Development Ltd..

On May 24, 25 and 26, 2017 City Council declared Four Seasons Site Development Ltd. (“Four Seasons”) ineligible to bid on or be awarded any City of Toronto tender calls as a General Contractor or Sub-Contractor, from the date of Council’s decision until February 8, 2020.  Tracking Status (GM20.7)

Entities Owned, Directed or Controlled by Sebastian Corbo (including IPAC Paving Inc. and Road Mill Construction Inc.)

City Council on November 27, 28 and 29, 2012, adopted the following (GM18.4):
City Council continue to suspend, on a permanent basis, IPAC Paving Inc., Sebastian Corbo, as an individual, and any entity in any way owned, directed or controlled by Sebastian Corbo, as determined by the Director, Purchasing and Materials Management in consultation with the City Solicitor, including Road Mill Construction Inc., from being awarded or granted any future City contracts. Tracking Status (GM18.4)

Pave-1 Construction Limited (an affiliate of previously suspended IPAC Paving Limited)

City Council on August 25, 26, 27 and 28, 2014, adopted the following (EX44.30):
City Council suspend Pave-1 Construction Limited, and any legal entity affiliated with or of the same operating mind as that of Pave-1 Construction Limited, IPAC Paving Limited, Roadmill Construction Incorporated or Sebastian Corbo, as determined by the Director, Purchasing and Materials Management in consultation with the City Solicitor, from being awarded or granted any future City contracts, or otherwise profiting from any City contracts. Tracking Status (EX44.30)

Domti Engineering and Construction Limited (Suspended May 2015-May 2016)

Based on poor performance under the Contractor Performance Evaluation Procedure:
On May 7, 2015 City Council adopted the staff report recommending suspension of Domti Engineering and Construction Limited from bidding on or being awarded any City of Toronto construction tender calls for a period of one year as a General Contractor or Sub-Contractor. Tracking Status (PW3.2)

614128 Ontario Ltd., O/A Trisan Construction (Suspended June 2014- June 2015)

Based on poor performance on the Basement Flooding Protection Program:
On June 10, 2014 City Council adopted the staff report recommending suspension of 614128 Ontario Ltd., O/A Trisan Construction from bidding on or being awarded any City of Toronto construction tender calls for a period of one year as a General Contractor or Sub-Contractor. Tracking Status (PW31.18)