Traffic Control and Work Site Security Services are an essential requirement to support Energy Queensland network capital and operating Programs of Work.
Traffic Control Services are required to ensure the safety of work sites located near traffic, inclusive of work site employees, pedestrians and motor vehicle traffic travelling near the work site.
Security Services are required to prevent the theft of Energy Queensland property (plant and materials) and to ensure the safety of the community by controlling unauthorised access to work sites and energised mobile generators.
The purpose of this tender is to identify up to, two suitably qualified and resourced Traffic Control suppliers and one Work Site Security supplier to engage under a long-term arrangement for the provision of these services. Please note that the provision of Work Site Security may be awarded to one of the suitably qualified Traffic Control suppliers.
Tenderers are invited to submit offers for Traffic Control and Work Site Security Services which are to be undertaken on a Schedule of Rates basis. Tenderers may submit an offer for Traffic Control Services only, Work Site Security Services only or Traffic Control and Work Site Security Services in its entirety.
Tenderers may bid for these services for one or more Hub Areas and Energy Queensland’s entire South East Region. It is Energy Queensland’s strong preference that Tenderers bid for multiple and/or all Hub Areas and the entire South East region area
The services to be carried out under this Standing Order arrangement include the provision of Traffic Control and Work Site Security Services throughout the Energy Queensland’s Distribution Area on a 24 hour, 7 day per week basis.
1. Traffic Control Services
Including the provision of:
• traffic controllers;
• two way radios and other communication equipment;
• electronic message boards and other warning equipment;
• stop/slow bats; and
• all other personnel and equipment necessary to ensure the safety of Energy Queensland personnel, road users and the community.
Traffic Controllers may also be required to ‘Stand Guard’ in situations of fallen power lines to ensure the safety of the community.
2. Work Site Security Services
Undertake worksite security functions, including:
• Ensuring public safety on and surrounding work sites by installing barrier systems to prevent access to the work area or generator cables.
3. Generator Security and Monitoring
Security staff are required to:
• Report if generator stops or unusual behaviour e.g. excessive smoke
• Report potential safety hazards
• Report customer issues/complaints
Note: Security staff shall not operate mobile generators.
• Planned Works – Works Orders for Planned Works will be
emailed to the supplier(s) with as much advanced notice as possible.
• Unplanned and Emergency Works – It is a requirement that for all Unplanned and Emergency Works, the following maximum response times apply from the time of the call, to
the emergency contact phone number, to the provision of services on site:
• Traffic Control – 90 minutes (entire Energy Queensland Distribution Area)
• Work Site Security – 60 minutes (Brisbane Metro
5. Essential Requirements
• Sufficient resources are required to provide continuous shifts, when required, for Planned, Unplanned and Emergency Works.
• Provision of a 24 hour emergency contact number.
Permits/ licensing/ training to undertake traffic control functions, lane closures, parking in bus zones and parking in no standing zones.
The Sunshine Coast Council is facilitating a new international submarine cable landing to South East Queensland by 2020 which will stimulate local business, generate new investment and improve telecommunications diversity to the East Coast of Australia.
Council is conducting a market sounding exercise to inform the project: the submarine cable (wet and dry), the cable landing station and the backhaul connectivity to understand the level of interest and investment in supplying the solution.
This is not a call for tenders or a pre-qualification exercise. It is a market sounding exercise to provide advanced information of requirements and open a dialogue with the market.
Please register your interest by emailing your name, title, company and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org. A sample of registrants will then be engaged, sent a detailed brief and have access to a cable route review. Registrations close 18 October 2017.
The scope of the Works includes the Manufacture, Test, Supply and Delivery (Incoterms 2010, Delivered Duty Paid, DDP) of Multicore Control and Power Cables as listed in Schedule FA and in accordance with specification SMG-203 Supply of Multicore Cables.
Under the current National Electricity Market arrangements, Powerlink may incur liabilities if network constraints result in a total or partial failure to supply.
This will be a panel arrangement and Powerlink reserves the right to add or remove panellists at any time.
QUT requires suitable qualified and experienced Information Communications Technology Cable Installers to offer prices for the provision of Data Cabling Services to QUT’s Brisbane based campuses and associated sites.
For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this tender, please review the "Specification Documents" in "Annexure 2 Brief to Respondents, Annexures 5 Particulars of Offer and Annexure 6 Communications (DSG section 28)".
Sunshine Coast Council’s Economic Development Strategy 2013-2033 provides a vision and blueprint for the new economy - a prosperous, high value economy of choice for business, investment and employment, while offering an enviable lifestyle and environment. One of the projects referred to in the Strategy is the Sunshine Coast International Broadband Submarine Cable.
The Sunshine Coast is ideally placed to land a new international submarine cable by virtue of its proximity to Asia and distance from Sydney. Potentially, the Sunshine Coast is the first viable landing point on the east coast of Australia (travelling south from Cape York) for a new cable that links the eastern seaboard to Asia and/or to the United States.
The delivery of an international broadband submarine cable would attract a new calibre of investment in technology based enterprises, innovative design and applications development ventures, industries dependent on high volume online transactions and businesses in the banking and finance sectors.
Tenders are invited to undertake a comprehensive feasibility study and business case that can be presented to potential investors both in the cable infrastructure and associated new business and industry.
The scope of the work is the manufacture, testing and delivery of screened XLPE insulated transformer cable downleads complete with cable terminations. The downleads will be used in an overhead distribution system in a totally exposed environment to connect the fuses for the pole mounted transformers to the high voltage bushings of the transformer.
The term of this Contract will be 3 years from the Contract commencement date of 5 September 2017.
Ergon Energy has provided for the option of a 1 x 12 month contract period extension. Ergon Energy will at its sole discretion determine if this extension is to be offered to the successful Tenderer.
One completed transformer cable downlead shall be supplied with the offer. If the sample supplied differs from the tendered item then full details of the differences shall be supplied.
Rockhampton Regional Council invites written offers for Tender 12338 - Manufacture of Stainless Steel Cable for 2000m 8-Lane Buoyed Rowing Course.
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".
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:
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 .
The 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games (GOLDOC) is seeking responses from interested parties for the provision of data cabling and closed access TV systems. This intention to respond is intended to shortlist suitable suppliers for a forthcoming tender process.
Further information related to the the specific goods and services sought is provided within the document entitled "Data Cabling and CATV Systems - Intention to Respond".
In order to achieve the program of work for the upgrading and maintenance of its distribution network, Energy Queensland, Energex and Ergon require the supply of overhead, underground and control cables.
Part 1 - Control Cables
- General Power and Light Cables,
- Multicore, Telecommunication and Control Cables,
Part 2 - Overhead Cables
- Bare Conductors, Stay Wire, Tie Wire,
- Low Voltage Insulated Aerial Cables,
- 11kV Covered Conductor Thick (CCT) and Aerial Bundled Cable (HVABC),
Part 3 - Underground Cables
- PVC Insulated Low Voltage Neutral Screened Copper Cable,
- XLPE Insulated Underground Residential Distribution Low Voltage Cables,
- 6.35/11kV Underground Cable,
- Single Core Triplex 12.7/22kV Underground Cable and Single Core 12.7/22kV Underground Cable,
- Single Core 19/33kV 50AL and 300AL TR-XLPE Underground Cable,
- Substation 11kV and 22kV Single Core Underground Cable,
- Underground Residential Distribution Cables,
- Project Power Cables.
Refer to Section 3 – Technical Specifications of the Tender documents for additional information.
Ergon Energy is seeking to prequalify suitably qualified contractors to provide communication system services in the local region who have a proven capability and capacity to deliver projects outlined in the scope of work.
Appointment to the Preferred Contractor Panel does not guarantee work will be awarded or allocated during the ongoing appointment. It simply indicates that the panel member has been registered as a preferred provider of some or all of the communication system services and as such has the potential to be invited to submit proposals for work and may be contracted to Ergon Energy for the provision of that work.
Applicants are invited to submit a response for one or many of the disciplines for this preferred contractor panel. The scope of the work for each discipline covered under the Expression of Interest includes but is not limited to:-
Infrastructure Construction Services
Equipment Installation and Testing Services
For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this Expression of Interest, please review the "Scope & Specification Documents" in "Section 3 - Here is the detail".
The Queensland Government through RoadTek is looking to establish a Standing Offer Arrangement for supply and distribution of Electrical Cable, Vehicle Detector Cable, Conduit and Poles, Pits and Lids.
Gympie Regional Council invites written quotations for the Supply and Installation of approx 1300m of single mode 12 core optical fibre
and FOBOT terminals at Cooloola Cove.
The scope of the Works is the civil works associated to replace six (6) bays of nominated aged HV Primary plant and associated secondary systems cables, dispose of redundant plant, install R1 security fencing on nominated areas, seal a section of unsealed road within substation, and establish new helicopter landing pad at Powerlink’s T032 Blackwater substation located in central Queensland.
A compulsory site inspection will be carried out on Thursday 26th May 2016, commencing at 8.30 am at H032 Blackwater Substation. Failure by a tenderer to attend a site inspection may render their tender non-conforming.