Queensland Rail is seeking Proposals for a Design Consultant to conduct design services for the replacement of timber bridges along the north coast line (located in Supply Chain North region)
This tenders has two packages of services to submit offers on. Each package of services has its own Design Brief, Response and Pricing Schedules.
Please note that a site visit has been booked in and information surrounding this can be found in the Supplementary Conditions of Tenderering document.
This request is the first of a two stage procurement process to select an Interpretive Design Consultant to work collaboratively with historians and design consultants, for the purposes of developing the design and specifications of the specialist interpretive elements, content and multimedia systems to be fitted out within the Western Front Interpretive Centre
The intent of this approach to market is to engage a consultant to provide services to the Principle and to develop, in conjunction with the Design Consultant and Interpretive Design Consultant, review and maintain the Project Cost Plans, and in conjunction with the Project Manager, ensure the development and completion of the Works by the Works Contractor to the required quality and in accordance with the approved Cost Plan
It is manadatory requirement that all Suppliers be registered under the Department of Transport and Main Roads Whole of Government Engineering Consultant Scheme. PTD0003-14.
Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) requires Multidiscipline Technical Advisory Services (MTAS) to assist with reviewing proposals in relation to proponent lead works within the Gladstone State Development Area (GSDA) and undertaking planning and design of Gladstone State Development Area Stage 1.
• The categories of identified specialist skills required are: Category 1 - Consultant for the provision of Environmental Plans and Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC) Referrals for Geoscience Australia’s Offshore Seismic and Marine Surveys; Category 2 - Offshore Seismic/Geophysical Acquisition Quality Assurance (QA) Supervisor; Category 3 - Onshore Seismic/Geophysical Acquisition Quality Assurance (QA) Supervisor; Category 4 - Marine Mammal Observer; Category 5 - Multibeam Consultant/Processor; Category 6 - Multibeam Operator; Category 7 – Basic Marine and Land Seismic Data Processing - 2D and 3D; Category 8 – Specialist Marine and Land Seismic Data Processing - 2D and 3D; Category 9 – Seismic Processing Quality Control – Standard Workflows; Category 10 – Seismic Processing Quality Control - Specialist Techniques; Category 11 – Interpretation Workstation Support of Seismic Data; Category 12 – Interpretation Workstation Support of Well Data; and Category 13 – Support of GeoFrame (Linux), Kingdom, Petrel Software and Projects. Category 14 – Client Representative - Shipboard.
The Queensland Mental Health Commission has issued this Expression of Interest to engage a consultant to conduct research to identify the effectiveness of human rights protection in Queensland for Consumers with a mental illness recieving involuntary treatment in both hosptial or community settings.
The information you enter below is displayed in "Section 1 - Tender Overview" of the tender page.
For detailed information on the specific services sought under this Expression of Interest, please review the "Expression of Interest Document"
CLOSING DATE - The closing date for this EoI is strictly - 2PM AEST - 13 January 2017
SUBMISSION - Responses are to be submitted electronically via QTenders on or prior to the closing time detailed above
Rockhampton Regional Council invites written offers for Tender 12414 - Consultancy Services for Floodplain Management Services.
Before making a decision on the offers, Council may invite all persons who have submitted an offer to modify their offer to take account of a change in the specification.
For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this tender, please review the "Specification Documents" in "Section 3 - Here is the detail".
The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is the Australian Government's largest settlement programme, providing free English language tuition to eligible new migrants and humanitarian entrants since 1948. The AMEP is a voluntary programme and is available to eligible migrants, from the humanitarian, family and skilled visa streams. The programme gives clients access to up to 510 hours of English language tuition, in their first five years of settlement in Australia. Having a reasonable level of English language proficiency is essential to successful settlement in Australia. The AMEP helps new arrivals learn basic language skills that would enable them to confidently participate in Australian society. In 2008, a formal Review of the existing AMEP was undertaken to examine how to improve programme design and achieve better outcomes for AMEP Clients. The Review found that the settlement related aspects of the AMEP are fundamental to helping new arrivals to settle in Australia and into their local communities. The findings of this Review were taken into consideration in the development of the AMEP Business Model (Attachment 12) which sets out the policy framework and rationale for the programme. This RFT is being undertaken to implement a new contract, as current contractual agreements for the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Region expire on 31 December 2014. To be eligible to participate in this tender exercise, tenderers, at the time of submitting tender submissions, must be an RTO and remain so throughout the period of service delivery. Accordingly, the Department invites suitably qualified consultants/contractors to submit a tender for the provision of the AMEP and related services in the ACT Region.