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.