For the provision of janitorial cleaning services including routine cleaning, ancilliary services and ad hoc or urgent cleaning services
The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is seeking offers for the provision of cleaning services in the Brisbane Courts Precinct.
The Brisbane Courts Precinct includes:
• Supreme and District Courts Brisbane (QEII Courts of Law), 415 George St, Brisbane;
• Brisbane Magistrates Court, 363 George St, Brisbane;
• Brisbane Arrest Court, 240 Roma St., Brisbane.
The Successful Offeror is to ensure that a quality, reliable and timely cleaning service is provided through proactive management of their staff by regular site visits and meeting with Court House management as required. The Courthouse is constructed of various specialist materials, furniture, finishes and fittings that require the services of a professional cleaning company with the skills and experience to supply a high standard cleaning service.
The services required will entail day to day cleaning, bi-annual building, carpet shampooing and other speciality cleaning services.
NOTE TO SUPPLIERS: Site visits will be available for this Invitation to Offer. Dates, times and location for Site Visits will be published in the near future by way of an Addendum.
Council is seeking to engage a suitably qualified and experienced contractor to assist in the once-off internal office floor and chair cleaning services for council administration buildings.
All request for information must be formally submitted via the Qtenders online forum.
The Queensland Government is seeking Proposals for Commercial Cleaning Services for Martime Safety Queensland Townsville.
For detailed information on the specific services sought under this tender, please review the specification requirements in "MSQ16042 Request for Quote - Part A".
Gympie Regional Council (GRC) is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced organisation/contractor to provide cleaning services to seven (7) Corporate Administration office buildings located within Gympie’s CBD and one (1) Visitor Information Centre located south of Gympie’s CBD.
All request for information must be formally submitted via the QTenders 'Online Discussion ' forum.
Gympie Regional Council looks forward to reviewing your company's submission.
~~This Scope of Work (SoW) has been initiated in relation to providing key services for the Commonwealth Games Village (CGV). Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) has a large and varied requirement for Housekeeping & Cleaning Service associated with the delivery of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games™ (GC2018) and specifically the Commonwealth Games Village (CGV). GOLDOC desire an efficiently managed and cost effective Housekeeping & Cleaning service for the fulfilment of this SoW.
Information within this SoW has been tailored to allow for supplier to provide a service based on GOLDOC advised information on residential building totals and room types, expected occupancy levels and service levels for each room type.
This SoW is specifically for the provision of housekeeping and public area cleaning services in preparation for, during and immediately following the period in which the athletes and officials reside in the CGV.
As a separable portion, this SoW requests details from the supplier to provide consumables and amenities for the residential buildings and the associated public area toilet facilities and also to provide workforce and operational systems for the nine (9) x serviced laundries.
The key objectives of this Scope of Works (SoW) is to provide a level of Housekeeping, Public Area Cleaning and separable portions to include the Laundry Services and Consumables that fulfils the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) service guidelines in a value for money and effective manner. The service level requirements would compare to those typically associated with a 3.5-star rated commercial accommodation property within Australia.
The scope of work will be broken into four sections:
• Housekeeping service - to all residential accommodation apartments & townhouses, inclusive of the associated workforce, room tracking management system, equipment, tools and workforce consumables required to complete the service.
• Public Area Cleaning - from all residential accommodation buildings and associated village facilities and services for the athletes and officials of the GC2018, inclusive of the associated workforce, equipment, tools and workforce consumables required to complete the service. There will also be one (1) x external training venue close to the CGV included in the scope for Public Area.
• Management of seven (7) x serviced laundry facilities - inclusive of associated workforce, operational systems, operational tools and workforce equipment, inclusive of chemicals and PPE necessary to carry out the associated tasks in a safe manner. GOLDOC will provide the building, washers, dryers, power source and water source and associated furniture, fittings and equipment.
• Provision of consumables and amenities - for all accommodation apartments and townhouses and associated facilities throughout the village.
The supplier must provide the full scope of the housekeeping and public area cleaning component of the (SoW). GOLDOC also may remove the serviced laundries and the consumables from this scope of works, should GOLDOC choose to source these categories from alternate channels. (Refer to Appendix 1)
The anticipated period of requirement for these services and commodities for GC2018 is from February 2018 through to April 2018 with the services and commodities being utilised at the CGV pre, during and post games.
GOLDOC will act reasonably and consult with the Supplier to approve plans and programs in a timely manner and the Supplier will make any amendments to the plans and programs reasonably required by GOLDOC to approve them.
Once a plan or program is approved by GOLDOC, the relevant plan or program will become and thereafter be referred to as an Approved Plan or Approved Program (as applicable) and that Approved Plan or Approved Program will supersede all previous versions of that plan or program
Tenderers please note:
This tender advertisement relates to the South East Queensland (SEQ) call for Soft Facilities Management (FM) – Cleaning Services at Oxley Police Academy.
Offerors are to note that this tender contain a mandatory site walkthrough. It is imperative that offerors attend this site walkthrough during the tendering period at the time nominated for their offer to be considered. Registration for site walkthrough can be found at Eventbrite - links available in the tender documentation
Tender documentation for this project is available from the Building & Asset Services Etender website at www.hpw.qld.gov.au/bas/etender and not through QTenders.
Submissions are to be electronic via the Building & Asset Services eTender site and not through QTenders.
Preferred contact details for any enquires should be directed to BAS.firstname.lastname@example.org / 3008 2332
General Industry Briefing Details:
Building and Asset Services (BAS) undertook eight (8) Industry Briefing Sessions in SEQ during September 2015 for upcoming Hard and Soft Facilities Management tenders covering multiple categories, including services relevant to this tender. A further four (4) sessions were undertaken specific to Soft FM during February 2016 in the lead up to the release of this tender. This session included helpful information about the tender and a hands on guide of the workbooks used in this tender.
For those contractors that were unable to attend, the industry briefing session was recorded and can be reviewed at:
• Soft Facilities Management Industry Briefing Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_03jM7IEZKE
The Queensland Government is seeking Offers for external building and path wash down, roof and gutter cleaning and inspection for Mackay Hospital and Health Service Mackay district facilities.
For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this tender, please review the "Specification Documents" in "Section 3 - Here is the detail".
**See attached Scope of Work for further definition**
The Gold Coast 2018 (GOLDOC) Organising Committee for the Commonwealth Games (GC2018) wishes to engage one or more suitably experienced and qualified Recycling and Waste Suppliers(s) to plan, deliver and manage all aspects of the Recycling and Waste Services for GOLDOC at the GC2018 Venues
GOLDOC’s Cleaning and Waste Management Functional Area (CWM FA) is responsible for the planning, organisation, coordination, procurement, tender negotiation and contract management necessary to operationally deliver the Waste Management Services to all client groups at all GC2018 venues. Consistently deliver throughout GC2018 Venues, Cleaning and Waste Services that are sustainable, provide value for money and of dependable quality. and are delivered in a friendly, efficient and timely manner.
The Cleaning and Waste programme has the overall responsibility for planning and contract management of all Recycling and Waste services. The Recycling and Waste operations will commence at most venues during the Bump-In phase with a limited service that will build up to a full Games-time Recycling and Waste Management during competition days and then wind down during the bump out phase. A Recycling and Waste Help-desk service will operate from a central location for each venue.
The types of waste generated will include the following:
• General Waste (Non-recyclable) defined as non-prescribed waste that is not capable of being composted, recycled, reused or reprocessed;
• Organic Materials defined as food waste and residuals from catering areas. This includes food waste, food processing waste, out-of-date or off-specification food, meat, fruit and vegetable scraps.
• Recyclable Waste (Paper, Cardboard, Plastic, Metals) defined as waste that can be recycled. Includes writing paper, paper used for printing, magazines, newspapers, cardboard and packaging paper, but excludes waxed cardboard;
• Glass from Back of House areas defined as all glass objects that can be recycled such as all clear, green and amber glass bottles, e.g. soft drink, mineral water, wine, beer; all glass jars and glass bottles;
• Secure Confidential Waste – defined as accreditations, confidential documents, security information or information sensitive waste including confidential documents, paperwork, computer hard copy and tapes;
• Light building based materials defined as non-prescribed waste from the venue overlay construction and removal including but not limited to non-compactable waste material such as bricks, timber, plaster, metal and sand;
• Discarded clothing and materials;
• Hazardous Waste as per EPA definition;
• Sanitary Waste;
• Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) as per EPA definition;
• Specialist Sport FA wastes (as identified