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Electrical Infrastructure works at RAAF Base Richmond, NSW

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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72100000

This project involves electrical engineering works at RAAF Base Richmond. The objective is to provide reliable electrical systems to support base capability and ensure a safe electrical system that is compliant with the respective installation standards.

Electrical Infrastructure works at RAAF Base Richmond

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published December 2, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2017
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72100000

This project involves electrical Infrastructure works at RAAF Base Richmond.

Mackay Regional Sports Precinct - Lighting & Electrical Concept Design

Mackay Regional Council | Published February 11, 2017  -  Deadline March 7, 2017
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Mackay Regional Council are seeking an experienced consultant to develop a lighting and electrical concept design and detailed cost plan for events and competition grade lighting of the athletics and aquatics facilities at the Mackay Regional Sports Precinct.

Clinton State School - Air Conditioning Replacement and Electrical Upgrade

Department Of Education, Training and Employment - Capital Works Delivery | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 21, 2017
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The Queensland Government is seeking Proposals for Air Conditioning Replacement and Electrical Upgrade at Clinton State School

Depending on requirements these goods / services specifically include:

  • Replacement of Existing Air Conditioning Systems
  • Installation of Air Conditioning in classrooms without existing air conditioning
  • Related Electrical Upgrade Works
  • Related General Building Work including insulation installation. 

Eligible contractors are required to a minimum PQC Level 2 with QA.

Tender documentation is available from the Project Manager Alan Bellamy-Wells abellamywells@ranbury.com.au or telephone 3211 2300.

Tenders close at Decipha, 2 Duncan Street, West End QLD 4101, or post to GPO 2482, Brisbane QLD 4001 at 2:00pm on 21 February 2017.

 

Cannon Hill State School - Air Conditioning Replacement and Electrical Upgrade

Department Of Education, Training and Employment - Capital Works Delivery | Published February 13, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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The Queensland Government is seeking Proposals for Air Conditioning Replacement and Electrical Upgrade at Cannon Hill State School.

Depending on requirements these goods / services specifically include:

  • Replacement of Existing Air Conditioning Systems
  • Installation of Air Conditioning in classrooms without existing air conditioning
  • Related Electrical Upgrade Works
  • Related General Building Work including insulation installation. 
  • General Building work in line with Heritage Protection requirements

Eligible contractors are required to a minimum PQC Level 2 with QA.

Tender documentation is avaliable from the Project Manager Alan Bellamy-Wells abellamywells@ranbury.com.au or telephone 3211 2300.

Tenders close at Decipha, 2 Duncan Street, West End QLD 4101, or post to GPO 2482, Brisbane QLD 4001 at 2:00pm on 6 March 2017.

 

Cape York Schools x 5 - Air Conditioning Replacement and Electrical Upgrade

Department Of Education, Training and Employment - Capital Works Delivery | Published February 7, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
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The Queensland Government is seeking Proposals for Air Conditioning Replacement and Electrical Upgrade at five Cape York Schools.

The five schools are: Cooktown State School, Bloomfield River State School, Laura State School, Lakeland State School and Rossville State School.

It is envisaged that work will be undertaken at multiple schools concurrently during the construction period.

Depending on requirements these goods / services specifically include:

  • Replacement of Existing Air Conditioning Systems
  • Installation of Air Conditioning in classrooms without existing air conditioning
  • Related Electrical Upgrade Works
  • Related General Building Work including insulation installation. 

Eligible contractors are required to a minimum PQC Level 2 with QA.

Additionally, a requirement of this project will be a commitment to opportunties for training, including  specific requirements for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander workers.

Tender documentation is avauilable from the Project Manager Alan Bellamy-Wells abellamywells@ranbury.com.au or telephone 3211 2300.

Tenders close at Decipha, 2 Duncan Street, West End QLD 4101, or post to GPO 2482, Brisbane QLD 4001 at 2:00pm on 27 February 2017.

 

Electrical Safety Program for the State Library Queensland and The Edge (Cultural Precinct)

Corporate Administration Agency | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 22, 2017
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Arts Queensland - Arts Properties and Facilities  - has a requirement for a suitably qualified contractor to undertake works for the Electrical Safety Program Stage 3 - State Library Queensland and "The Edge" at the Cultural Precinct.

The works covered in the Electrical Safety Program is for the detail design, supply installation, testing, commissioning and warranty of the Electrical Services installation and other works as specified within Stage 3 of the Queensland Cultural Centre.

The Arts Queensland Cultural Precinct facilities include an extensive LV electrical distribution network, some reaching the end of its economically viable serviceable life therefore as part of an on-going targeted programmen of upgrade works across the AQ Cultural Precinct, the switchboards / distribution boards require upgrade works as part of this particular project.

MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS

  • Only Companies who attend the Mandatory Industry Briefing will be eligible to submit an offer
  • Full Compliance with the Techincal Specification
  • Must hold a PQC Level 2 Rating or higher - Contractors are to ensure thier PQC accreditaiton is upto date prior to submitting thier offer

MANDATORY INDUSTRY BRIEFING (MIB): A Mandatory Industry Briefing (MIB) will take place at 10:00am on Tuesday, 28th February 2017 at the Cultural Centre Training Room, State Library Queensland, meeting initially at the State Library Foyer, Stanley Place, South Brisbane QLD 4101 , which will be followed by a work site inspection.

No late attendees will be admitted.

Refer to Section 2, of the Additional Provisions Tender Response for Mandatory Industry Briefing Details as well as the “MIB Meeting Room location map” for visual directions.

Important registration information: We request interested suppliers read the tender documents thoroughly prior to registering for the briefing and site inspections to ensure they:

  • Have the required capacity and capability to appropriately resource the complex requirements of this tender; and
  • Can comply with the briefing/site inspection requirements which is limited to two (2) representatives only at any one time during the scheduled activities, one (1) of which must be from the offering entity at all times.

We request that any entity wishing to attend, ensure they register their details promptly via the method indicated in Section 2.3.2.8 of the Additional Provisions Section 2.

Internal and External Refurbishment at Gallipoli Barracks, QLD

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
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72100000

The works to be undertaken in the buildings includes internal partition layouts changes, patching and painting, electrical (power/data) and lighting works, fire safety compliance, minor mechanical services works, floor finish works and security upgrades.

Building and warehouse conversion and upgrade at Albury Wodonga Military Area

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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72100000

This project involves internal refurbishment works to an existing warehouse on the Albury Wodonga Military Area North Bandiana Base. This includes upgrades to the following systems within the warehouse, mechanical, fire, electrical and air compressor systems. In additional, there is a demountable that requires to be moved into the warehouses and relevant services connected and commissioned.

Building Upgrade Works Training Ship Vancouver Albany, WA

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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72100000

This project involves building refurbishment works to Training Ship Vancouver, a Navy Cadet Training facility located in Albany. Works include vinyl floor replacement, bathroom renovations, replacement of stove and gas hot water system, electrical works, patch and paint and other minor building works.

Building Extension - Coolum Library

Sunshine Coast Regional Council | Published February 18, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017
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Tenders are invited for the construction of an extension to the Coolum Library.

The works shall include, but not be limited to:

  • Construction of new extension;
  • Temporary and permanent relocation of the main electrical and mechanical services and modification and extension of existing mechanical ductwork;
  • Minor alteration to existing facility rooms, building entry and accessible amenities;
  • New deck;
  • New finishes including carpets and painting to entire facility.

This is a lump sum construction contract. An expected construction period of five (5) months has been programmed, with works to commence by 4 April 2017 and practical completion by 25 August 2017.

Request for Information and Offer - Longer Term Electricity Procurement Approach for Queensland Government

Department of Housing and Public Works - Queensland Government Procurement | Published January 24, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
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The State of Queensland, acting through the Department of Housing and Public Works - Queensland Government Procurement, wishes to investigate and deliver an electricity procurement approach for the Queensland Government with a capable provider via a single overarching framework, for the supply of electricity to all classifications of Government Sites.

The Queensland Government is seeking innovative market Responses from Suppliers through this multi-stage Request for Information and Offer (RFIO) process to determine the capability of the market and options available to manage a portfolio the size and diversity of the Queensland Government.

A longer-term contract option is under consideration given the current market conditions and the longer term nature of the Government’s assets.  The Principal wishes to explore procurement options linked more closely to the long term cost of generation to provide stability and a lower cost. Given the scope of the requirements and diversity of the Queensland Government portfolio, the Principal would welcome Responses from consortia.

For detailed information, please review the "QGP0034-17 Request for Invitation and Offer" document in "Section 3 - Here is the detail".

High level consumption data is available in Attachment 1_0034-17 RFIO Data. More detailed consumption data can be made available to interested Suppliers who execute and return the Deed of Confidentiality (Attachment 2_QGP003417_RFIO_Deed of Confidentiality) to QGP.Energy@hpw.qld.gov.au

PLEASE NOTE: Interested Suppliers are invited to a supplier briefing on Monday 6 February 2017 (Brisbane). Please ensure you register for this event at: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/queensland-government-0034-15-request-for-information-and-offer-supplier-briefing-tickets-31281658282 or contact QGP.Energy@hpw.qld.gov.au for more information.

Expression Of Interest (EOI) for the Construction of Building 20B Extension

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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72130000

ANSTO is Australia’s national nuclear science and technology organisation and the centre of Australian nuclear expertise. ANSTO is responsible for undertaking research and development and for delivering specialised advice, scientific services and products to government, industry, academia and other research organisations. ANSTO wishes to construct an extension to the current Building 20b (B20b) Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) for interim storage of generated Low Level Solid Waste (LLSW) in both un-conditioned and conditioned form. The waste will eventually be transported to the National Radioactive Waste Management Facility (NRWMF) to be constructed by the federal government. This project is of high priority and strategic importance as majority of ANSTOs core operations generate a steady stream of LLSW. The facility is required to be constructed and operational by mid-2018 in order to mitigate any impact to ANSTOs core operations. ANSTO is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitably qualified and experienced companies that want to tender for the construction of the Building 20b (B20b) Extension facility. The opportunity exists for a suitably experienced company to participate in the construction of the B20b Extension facility. The company will be responsible for the construction of the new extension facility to be sited at the Lucas Heights campus in NSW, Australia. It is envisaged that the proposed facility will be approximately 2,000 square metres in size (excluding roads) and includes components such as: • ‘Typical’ building services such as civil, structural, mechanical, gas, electrical, hydraulic and fire; • Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) for management of incoming LLSW pallets; • Semi-Automated building crane (20 tonne DGR) for handling containers with conditioned LLSW; Mandatory Requirements ANSTO is looking to appoint a company with suitable construction expertise to assist ANSTO in delivering the licensed facility. Mandatory requirements in tendering for the B20b Extension project include: • Recent and relevant experience in multi discipline industrial type projects of a comparable nature to the B20b Extension facility. • Acceptance to ANSTO’s General Conditions of Contract and Special Conditions of Contract e.g. modified AS4000; • An accredited Quality Management System which complies with or is equivalent to AS/NZS ISO 9001; • An accredited Environmental management policy which complies with or is equivalent to the requirements of AS/NZS ISO 14000; and • Registration with the Federal Safety Commission (FSC).

Marine Landing Facility Upgrade and Maintenance Works - Macleay Island

Redland City Council | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline March 2, 2017
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PDG-40371-6 MARINE LANDING FACILITY UPGRADE AND MAINTENANCE WORK - MACLEAY ISLAND

Redland City Council is seeking tender proposals from main/head Contractors for the construction of civil, associated lighting and upgrade works at Russell Terrace, Macleay Island.

Scope of works includes but are not limited to:

  • Removal of existing vegetation and infrastructure (where indicated);
  • Existing road and carpark upgrade;
  • Construction of new carpark and two (2) lane recreational boat ramp;
  • New seawall and ancillary marine infrastructure works such as queuing beach and boat ramp access stairs;
  • Associated electrical works including high voltage cable protection (Zone 5), Rate 2 street and road lighting and associated Rate 3 lighting;
  • Associated landscaping, road furniture, fencing, parking, traffic and regulatory signage, concrete pathways, pavement and line marking works;
  • Realignment of Service Utilities (including water main and stormwater drainage);
  • Provision of site specific Safety Management Plan, certified MUTCD Traffic Management Plan and Environmental Management Plan; and
  • Final RPEQ certified ‘As Designed As Constructed’ (ADAC) drawings for boat ramp, road and carpark, seawall, jetty and street lighting (with completed and signed Form 16). 

For detailed information on the specific goods/services sought under this tender "PDG-40371-6", please download and review the full "Invitation To Tender Documents package"

TMR0517 - Engineering & Technology Specialist Technical Services Panel

Department of Transport and Main Roads - Engineering and Technology | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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Tender Overview

Engineering and Technology Branch (E&T) of Department of Transport and Main Roads is seeking highly experienced, suitably qualified, “expert” level specialist individuals to provide services in 32 categories of technical expertise.

The 32 categories include engineering-related services for the design, rehabilitation, peer review, technical document development and materials advice for roads, bridges, tunnels and marine infrastructure, as well as electronic, electrical, data and control services for road operations and traffic management systems.

The Mandatory academic qualifications and minimum years of experience required to be considered for the Panel are summarised in Attachment C – Mandatory Criteria Matrix.

The contract for any specific engagements procured via this Panel Arrangement will be between the TMR Customer and the Offeror, with the Scope of Work being delivered, within TMR offices, by an individual chosen from the Panel List by the TMR Customer.

Offer Closing

Official Offer Closing is via electronic tender (Q-Tender) on 4pm Friday 3 March 2017. Refer Invitation for formats for naming and uploading Submission documents.

Hard-Copy submissions are also required to be received at TMR Tender Box before 4pm Monday 6 March 2017. Refer Invitation for details.

The Panel and the ECS

This Panel and the ECS will run concurrently, and be used for different types of services. The main differences between the two (2) are that through the Panel:

• TMR selects the Specialist individual (Panel Member) it wishes to engage. The employer organisation cannot offer a substitute to perform the services if the Panel Member is unavailable

• Pricing is pre-determined from the hourly rates provided with this Offer

• Services are provided within TMR offices, rather than at the employer organisation’s offices

• No prequalification, of the employer organisation or the Panel Member, is required

Industry Briefing

Two (2) Industry Briefings are scheduled for Thursday 16 February 2017, and will be held at 313 Adelaide St, Brisbane.

Attendees are required to RSVP before 4pm, 14 February 2017. Details are provided in the Invitation. Attendance at the Briefings is NOT mandatory, and questions and answers arising from the Industry Briefing will be made accessible via Q-Tender.

Requests for Information

Please ensure that all requests for information and questions are submitted via QTenders no later than 27 February 2017. Queries will be formally reviewed and a response provided within 48 business hours.

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