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Advertisement: Roma Fire Station - Electrical Services Package

Building and Asset Services - South West Region | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline October 27, 2016

Tenderers please note:
Tender documentation for this project is available from the Building and Asset Services Etender website at

Documentation will be released at 17:00 Thursday 069/10/2016. 

Submissions are to be electronic via the Building and Services eTender site.

Please Note: To apply for this tender you are required to hold a PQC Level 2 rating for Electrical Services.

Where a PQC Level is stated, the Principal is not obliged to provide tender documents, consider or accept a tender unless the tenderer is appropriately registered under the Queensland Government's PQC System for that PQC Level (or higher) and categories for which the tender is invited.

Electrical Program Head Contractor

Department of Parliamentary Services | Published October 17, 2016  -  Deadline November 25, 2016
1.1.1. DPS invites Tenders for the provision of a Specialist Services Head Contractor to provide Design and Construction Services (Services) for upgrades to the Electrical Systems within the Australian Parliament House (APH) in accordance with this Request for Tender (RFT).

Provision of Electrical Engineering Earthing and Lightning Protection Support Services

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published August 5, 2016  -  Deadline October 27, 2016
1. The Directorate of Estate Engineering Policy (DEEP), within Infrastructure Division (ID) of the Defence Estate & Infrastructure Group (E&IG), is responsible for the provision of advice and guidance on engineering policy and engineering planning issues pertaining to the management and development of the Defence Estate. 2. DEEP is seeking to engage a suitably qualified contractor to provide Electrical Earthing & Lightning Protection support services to: a. assist with the review of project documentation; b. assist with the development of policy, c. provide professional electrical earthing and lightning protection advice on issues arising and to d. audit existing installations for compliance. Required Skills 3. The contractor would have the following abilities within the required area(s) of expertise: a. Detailed knowledge and extensive experience in earthing and lightning protection systems across electricity and communications infrastructure and its potential impact to other utility infrastructure and to any other buildings, facilities and infrastructure; b. Detailed knowledge and demonstrated experience in the applicable Regulations and Standards and in their application; c. Ability to objectively review submissions for conformance with the relevant technical requirements; d. The experience to efficiently extract and focus on key areas of importance in large submissions; e. The ability to undertake the testing and evaluation of earthing and lightning protection installations to determine its performance and compliance; f. Ability to interpret and produce technical documentation, reports and assessments; g. Ability to be able to brief non technical personnel on the issues identified and any associated potential risks; and h. Well developed oral and written communication skills and proven capacity to represent an organisation’s interests in a variety of different forums.

MSQ Pinkenba Base Wharves Refurbishment 2016

Department of Transport and Main Roads - Engineering and Technology | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline November 3, 2016

The Queensland Government is seeking tenders to undertake maintenance works to the Maritime Safety Queensland Pinkenba Marine Operations Base wharves (referred as Upstream Wharf and Downstream Wharf).

The main items of works include:

Downstream Wharf

  1. Extract and dispose of 4 decayed timber fender piles.
  2. Supply and install 4 replacement timber fender piles.
  3. Remove all the existing 230 mm high x 150 mm wide of decayed hardwood timber kerbing.
  4. Supply 230 mm high x 125 mm wide recycled plastic lumber (grey) and cut to required lengths to match existing kerb, re-use holes for the M20 bolts, and install plastic kerbs with new grade 316 stainless steel M20 bolts.
  5. Remove all waler beams and supply and install replacement timber beams (match existing waler beams).
  6. Remove 2 corroded steel ladders.
  7. Supply and install steel ladders as replacements to aforementioned (6).
  8. All bent hand rails are to be straightened, sand blasted and repainted.
  9. All bollards are to be unbolted, sandblasted, repainted and reinstalled.
  10. Cracks specified to be injected using an epoxy.
  11. Decommissioning and removal of existing asbestos service pipe from under the deck
  12. Decommission and removal of existing electrical services
  13. Design and construct new electrical services to make safe and match current industry standards.
  14. Decommission and remove all existing firefighting services
  15. Design and construct new firefighting services to match industry standard.
  16. Design and construct potable water supply to wharf.
  17. Repair damaged/broken concrete at front face of wharf (next to decommissioned fire hydrant). Refer to Appendix F

Upstream Wharf

  • Remove only decayed 230 mm high x 150 mm wide of decayed hardwood timber kerbing
  • Supply 230 mm high x 125 mm wide recycled plastic lumber (grey) and cut to required lengths to match existing kerb, re-use holes for the M20 bolts, and install plastic kerbs with new grade 316 stainless steel M20 bolts.
  • Remove all waler beams and supply and install replacement timber beams (match existing waler beams).
  • Remove 3 corroded steel ladders from the Upstream Wharf
  • Supply and install steel ladders as replacements to aforementioned (4).
  • All bent hand rails to be straightened, sand blasted and repainted.
  • Corroded bollards to be unbolted, sandblasted, repainted and reinstalled.
  • Decommission and removal of existing electrical services
  • Design and supply electrical connection to the existing light pole.
  • Decommission and remove all existing firefighting services.
  • Design and construct potable water supply to wharf.
  • Supply and install Denso Seashield 100 Series to all piles as per manufacturer’s specifications.

Mooring Pen

  1. Undertake detailed design of mooring pen and prepare RPEQ certified drawings
  2. Supply and install mooring pen
  3. Provide maintenance manual for mooring pen

For detailed information on the works sought under this tender, please review the "Section 5 - Specification" in the Tender Document.

Mayne Rail Complex Electric Train Depot - Replacement of Platform Gantry Cranes CW

Queensland Rail Limited | Published October 14, 2016  -  Deadline November 25, 2016

Queensland Rail is planning to carry out various works associated with the upgrade of facilities at the Electric Train Depot (ETD) at the Mayne Rail Complex, Brisbane.

Queensland Rail is seeking a suitably qualified Contractor to carry out the replacement of the four (4) platform gantry cranes, wire hoists, winches and working platforms on Roads 30 to 33 in the ETD shed as detailed in the specifications, standards and drawings attached.

The scope includes the inspection, design, supply, fabrication, installation, commissioning, removal, disposal, documentation and training of the new Short Road overhead travelling cranes at the Queensland Rail Mayne depot.


Replacement of Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) System at Museum of Tropical Queensland (MTQ)

Corporate Administration Agency | Published September 23, 2016  -  Deadline October 28, 2016

The Board of the Queensland Museum (QM) trading as the Museum of Tropical Queensland (MTQ) located in Townsville, Queensland - seeks to engage a suitably qualified and licensed principal Contractor whom meets the PQC accreditation requirements for replacement, installation and commissioning of the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system including associated specific works in accordance with the Specifications.

The scope of works within the Specification and drawings encompasses the refurbishment of the HVAC services, and all other works required and/or specified to allow the demolition and removal of all aged and redundant plant and equipment, the provision of new services including; building, structural, mechanical, electrical and hydraulics works, and building management system (BMS). This application is of a critical nature not only for comfort conditions.

MTQ anticipates awarding a Contract with the successful Tenderer early December 2016, with a view for the deliverables to commencing onsite no later than mid-March 2017 with the final installations and commissioning completed mid-May 2017 and subsequently invoiced by no later than 30 June 2017. 

The specified works are summarised (but not limited to) those stated below:

Mechanical Services

  • Replacement of existing HVAC components including removal and disposal;
  • Provision of temporary HVAC services while works are being carried out;
  • Provision of mechanical services switchboard; and
  • Provision of control systems and control wiring.

Electrical Services

  • Provision of photovoltaic solar panels and associated works.

Structural Services

  • Provision of roof mounted platform for roof mounted water cooling towers and associated works.

Building Services - provision of building works including:

  • Removal and reinstatement of roof sheeting;
  • Concrete works;
  • Miscellaneous plumbing works associated with water cooling towers; and
  • Hire of necessary equipment and traffic control including temporary HVAC equipment.

Servicing and Maintenance

  • Regular monthly servicing and attendance to callouts for mechanical, electrical and BMS equipment and systems during the Defects Liability Period

Drafting and Minor Engineering Services

  • Provision of engineering for minor design works;
  • Provision of drafting services for workshop and as installed drawings; and
  • Provision of all operating and maintenance manuals.

Principal Contractor Functions - all legislatively required services of a principal contractor including:

  • Appropriate insurances;
  • Work Health & Safety and Quality Assurance; and
  • Licences, registrations, approvals and fees.

Mandatory Requirements for this tender includes the following:

  • Pre-Qualified Contractor (PQC) Level 3 with Quality Assurance ISO9001;
  • QBCC Builders – Open Licence;
  • Attendance at Mandatory Industry Briefing (MIB);
  • Compliance with the Technical Specification; and
  • Project and invoicing must be completed prior to 30 June 2017.

Pre-Qualified Contractor (PQC):  where a PQC Level is stated, the Principal is not obliged to provide tender documents, consider or accept a tender unless the tenderer is prequalified under the Queensland Government’s Prequalification (PQC) System to the nominated level (or higher), satisfies financial requirements and meets project-specific criteria. Tenderer’s PQC rating must be current and valid at the time of tendering.  Companies will not be considered if their PQC accreditation has expired, or is in the name of an alternate company. The company wishing to tender must hold the PQC accreditation and QBCC licence.

PQC note:  It is the Tenderers responsibility to ensure their PQC accreditation registration details are up to date including any related certificates and documentation prior to submitting a tender.

Mandatory Industry Briefing (MIB):  the most pressing of the mandatory requirement (aside from appropriate PQC accreditation and QBCC licensing) is registration and MIB attendance.  Only those Suppliers who meet the first four mandatory requirements above, will be eligible to register and attend the MIB, and submit a tender.

As a preliminary notification, we advise the MIB and subsequent site inspection is scheduled to be held at the MTQ campus from 11.00am on Tuesday, 18 October 2016 (unless a change of venue for the MIB only is advised during the MIB registration process by CAA).  The MIB and site inspections are limited to three (3) representatives only at any one time during the scheduled activities, one (1) of which must be from the tendering (PQC and QBCC licensed) entity at all times.

This is the only opportunity for Tenderers to meet this mandatory requirement, attain comprehensive tender and project information, and attain the required site access for preparation of their Tenders.  There will be no change to the scheduled date or further briefing and/or site inspection opportunities provided, other than their general access as visitor to public spaces within MTQ which does not provide access to the relevant site locations.  No late attendees will be admitted to the MIB or site inspection.

Once in receipt of the tender document pack - refer section 2 of the Additional Provisions to Tender document for full Mandatory Industry Briefing and site inspection details.

MIB registrations:  we request interested Suppliers thoroughly review the tender documents to ensure their organisation has both the capability and capacity to appropriately resource the complex tender (including mandatory) requirements, and then register their details for the MIB promptly as stated in the tender documents.  Upon receipt of the emailed registration request, CAA will forward an email confirmation to the Supplier.  Due to current MIB venue capacity, dependent upon registrant details the current venue ONLY may change and will be confirmed to all registrants closer to the scheduled date. 

The Corporate Administration Agency (CAA) is managing this tender process on behalf of MTQ, and is the contact point for all queries throughout the tender process.  No queries should be made directly within the Queensland Museum/Museum of Tropical Queensland agencies as they will be redirected to CAA.

Tender documents:  Suppliers who meet the stated PQC and mandatory requirements, are required to contact the Contact Officer detailed within this notification for a copy of the tender documents – with preference being for an initial email request with the full company details and PQC registration number.

This is a significant tendering opportunity for the entire package of works, and as such the Principal will not consider or accept part offers for this invitation. 

Indigenous Property Project Management (IPPM) Services

Australian Taxation Office | Published October 7, 2016  -  Deadline November 8, 2016
This Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is conducting an Approach to Market (ATM) process to establish a panel for the provision of Indigenous Property Project Management (IPPM) Services. Establishing a panel for Indigenous Property Project Management (IPPM) Services will provide the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and all Commonwealth agencies the opportunity to engage with and support the growth of Indigenous Businesses and their communities nation-wide. The IPPM panel will provide a list of pre-qualified suppliers, who may wish to participate in future procurement processes for the delivery of Property Project Management Services (Services) including management of the project deliverables and provision of management of subcontractors and goods required to deliver the Services to the ATO and other Commonwealth entities (through multi-agency access provisions). The IPPM panel will be exclusive to Indigenous businesses and suppliers interested in joining the panel are required to identify as an Indigenous Business in accordance with the Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP) of being at least 50% or more Indigenous owned and managed. It is anticipated that the resulting panel of suppliers will be established for a minimum of 18 months, to 30 June 2018. Further extension periods may be available. The IPPM panel property related project management services will include, but not limited to; • Fit out/relocation of offices • Design, procurement and installation of workstations • Procurement of and install loose furniture • Provision of data cabling services • Provision of electrical and mechanical services • Procurement and installation of plant and equipment, including, but not limited to supplementary air conditioning units • Major re-fit out of complete floors and buildings Suppliers are invited to apply for provision of property related project management service nationally or individual capital cities. Industry Briefings will be made available from 17-21 October 2016 via phone or face-to-face on ATO premises (primarily in Canberra, ACT). Registration details and more information can be found by downloading the Approach to Market (ATM) documentation suite found here on AusTender. If you have any questions or require more information please feel free to contact Kind regards, The ATO IPPM Panel Team
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