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Wire-Cut Electrical Discharge Machine

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published November 22, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016
Wire-Cut Electrical Discharge Machine delivered, installed, commissioned and training provided to DST Group Edinburgh SA Australia

Mount Isa Hospital Electrical and Mechanical Upgrade

North West Hospital and Health Service | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016

North West Hospital and Health Service invites tenders from suitability qualified and experienced Contractors to undertake the Mount Isa Hospital Electrical and Mechanical Upgrade.

 

Provision of low voltage electrical engineering support services

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2017
The Directorate of Estate Engineering Policy (DEEP), within Infrastructure Division (ID) is seeking to engage a suitably qualified contractor/s to provide Electrical Engineering support services within their fields of practice to: a. assist with the review of project documentation; b. assist with the development of policy; c. provide professional electrical engineering advice on issues arising; and d. audit existing installations for compliance.

Upgrading of the Electrical Infrastructure of the Lake Moondarra Pumping Facility

Mount Isa Water Board | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016

Mount Isa Water Board is seeking tenders for the upgrading of the electrical infrastructure at the Lake Moondarra Pumping Facility. 

The scope covers electrical works required to improve the reliability of the power supply to Lake Moondarra Pumping Stations and includes the following items:

  • Installation of new pump power and control cables and relocation of the existing circuits from old 3.3kV Switchboards to the new 3.3kV ABB Unigear Switchboard.
  • Replacement of the ageing 33/3.3kV transformers, TX1 and TX2, with two new 33/3.3kV 2000kVA transformers. 
  • Removal of the dropout fuses for TX1 and TX2 and replacement with 33kV Auto Recloser Circuit Breakers.
  • Installation of all HV and LV cabling associated with new transformers TX1 and TX2.
  • Additional changes to bring the 33kV Switchyard up to current standards.
  • Installation of a remote control panel for the Auto Recloser circuit breakers.
  • Installation of additional cable ladder and buried conduits between the 33kV Switchyard and 3.3kV Switchroom
  • Replacement of two 440V Distribution Boards
  • All associated testing and commissioning.
  • Decommissioning and removal of redundant equipment

For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this tender, please review the Scope of Work for Lake Moondarra Installation and Construction Works - reference No: MIWB/AS161109 issued on 09/11/2016 .

Supply, Installation and Commissioning of Two (2) Die Sink Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) Machines

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
The requirement is to supply two (2) Die Sink Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) Machines. One (1) machine will be supplied to Defence Science Technology Group (DST Group) Edinburgh and one (1) machine will be supplied to DST Group Fishermans Bend, Victoria.

ATO Electricity Services

Australian Taxation Office | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) invites suitable Potential Suppliers to lodge submissions for the supply of electricity to its New South Wales locations from 1 January 2017, and to its Tasmania location from 1 April 2017.

DALBY HOSPITAL - TELECOMMUNICATIONS VARIOUS ROOMS

Building and Asset Services - South West Region | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016

The State of Queensland through Queensland Health - Darling Downs Hospital and Health Services- 

Invites offers for Construction of six new Telecommunications Rooms at the Dalby Hospital in various buildings - Scope of works include demolishing, architectural, electrical and mechanical.
•Offer no: dd3086812Building1

For detailed information on the specific services sought under this tender, please review the "Specification Documents" which can be found by visiting the e Tender website.

By following the below link you will be re-directed to the e Tender website:

https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/bas/eTender/public/TendersListingCurrent.aspx

This Tender will be opening today 11/11/16 at 16.00pm

WARWICK HOSPITAL - 56 LOCKE STREET, WARWICK - Kitchen Refurbishment and Assoc. Works

Building and Asset Services - South West Region | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016

The State of Queensland through Queensland Health - Darling Downs Hospital and Health Services invites offers for :-

Kitchen Refurbishments to Warwick Hospital 

  •  scope of work includes, demolishing, architectural, structural, electrical, hydraulic, mechanical and landscaping external works.

•Offer no: DD2951671Building1

For detailed information on the specific services sought under this tender, please review the "Specification Documents" which can be found by visiting the e Tender website.

By following the below link you will be re-directed to the e Tender website:

https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/bas/eTender/public/TendersListingCurrent.aspx

This Tender will be opening today 18/11/16 at 17:00pm

 

Mareeba State High School - Blocks B & S Upgrade - PQC Level 2

Building and Asset Services - Far North Queensland | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016

The State of Queensland acting through Building and Asset Services (BAS) are seeking Tenders for upgrade works to Blocks B & S, Mareeba State High School. These works may include, but limited to:

  • Demolition works
  • Removal of asbestos
  • Extension to Block S
  • Construction of covered walkway
  • Installation of new electrical & air-conditioning equipment

Tenderers please note:

Eligible Contractors are required to have a minimum Prequalification (PQC) System Level 2 and must have an office located in the FNQ region

Tender documentation for this project is available from the Building and Asset Services eTender website at https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/bas/etender/

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

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 the PQC Level (or higher) and categories for which the tender is invited.

Palm Island Wastewater Infrastructure

Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016

The Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning is seeking proposals from Contractors for the supply, delivery, installation and testing, and commissioning of mechanical, electrical and controls
equipment, of a new Sequencing Batching Reactor and the demolition and disposal of existing infrastructure at the Palm Island Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) on Greater Palm Island (or Palm Island).

Process commissioning and process performance testing tis excluded from this Contract. The plant is to be compliant with the provisions of this specification.

****Compulsory Site Inspection 10.30 am Queensland time on Wednesday 23 November 2016 at the Palm Island Sewage Treatment Plant, Wallaby Point Road, Palm Island****

It is anticipated that the all works included in the specification (supply; construction; testing; commissioning of mechanical, electrical and controls equipment; demolition and disposal) will be completed by the end of June, 2017.

The proposed upgrade to the Palm Island includes a two (2) train Sequencing Batching Reactor treatment plant. The plant is to be located on the existing STP site.

Key outcomes from this project are a Sewage Treatment Plant that:
1. Safe to operate, and where required, providing appropriate walkways, guards, double isolation, signage and the like;
2. Minimise ongoing maintenance requirements of the plant;
3. Minimise inoperability due to failure of equipment;
4. Reduce overall power requirements of the plant including the use of local solar farm;
5. Have no requirement to enter confined spaces, or hazardous gas areas for any anticipated operations or maintenance activities;
6. Limit any environmental impact, including odour, noise and spillages;
7. Comply with all relevant design standards, licence conditions and legislative requirements, including State and Australian Standards;
8. Be easily serviceable by providing similar equipment from a sole supplier;
9. Have the required redundancy on all equipment to allow the plant to be serviced without loss of treatment;
10. Be able to be monitored remotely;
11. Minimise capital costs by utilising existing civil infrastructure on site;
12. Eliminate any plant by-pass or non-treatment during construction or commissioning;
13. Make safe any unrequired existing facilities during demolition and construction;
14. Minimise operational costs by providing efficient treatment processes; and
15. Ensure the plant meets its asset life by providing quality products made of robust materials.

It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility supply, install and commission all process equipment to meet the performance requirements detailed the Specification.

GOLDOC2017026 - Recycling and Waste Management

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation | Published November 1, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016

**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
 

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