Tenders 10/11/2015

By on 10 November, 2015


20 November: 16959325; Address Matching and Geocoding Software. Statistics New Zealand.

Statistics New Zealand (NZ) is seeking quotes from suppliers who can supply and support Address Matching and Geocoding software as described by the requirements in this Request for Quote (RFQ).

Statistics NZ is seeking quotes from providers who have an established product / solution that can be hosted onsite by Statistic NZ.

David Deacon, procurement.services@stats.govt.nz.



20 November: LPI 1516016; Panel Refresh – Provision of State-Wide Real Estate Valuation Services for Land and Property Information. Land & Property Information. New South Wales.

Panel Refresh – Provision of State-Wide Real Estate Valuation Services for Land and Property Information.

Diana Stewart, 02 8236 7171, diana.stewart@lpi.nsw.gov.au.



20 November: Q15-0687; Darwin – Consultancy – Flora Monitoring on the Revegetation Trial to Inform Rehabilitation Design for the Former Rum Jungle Mine Site. Department of Mines and Energy. Northern Territory.

+61 (0)8 8999 5013.

Further details at above URL.



23 November: DI-DPI-15-642; Survey, Design and Environmental Assessment of Mooloomoon Water Efficiency Scheme. NSW Department of Primary Industries New South Wales.

The proposed system will extract water from the Edward River through approximately 16km of pipeline (size to be determined) to eight(8) 22,500L poly tanks which will supply concrete troughs.

The system will be designed to deliver a maximum supply of water to a mob of 4,000DSE rotating between paddocks serviced by the scheme and a 10,000L/day domestic demand.  The area to be watered by this scheme is approximately 8,680ha. It is also proposed to upgrade the existing power supply and provide solar energy to supplement power to the new pump installed on the river.

The survey work required to be undertaken must be sufficient to perform a detailed design.

Ian Charlton, +61 (0)2 4904 2604, Ian.charlton@water.nsw.gov.au.



25 November: RFO0152015; Parking Software System. Queensland University of Technology.

The Queensland University of Technology (QUT), has a requirement for a Parking Software System. The University is seeking to replace an existing in-house developed legacy Parking Software System with a broader, future-oriented solution that supports the efficient management of the on-Campus Parking facilities and infringements.

John McQueen, +61 (0)7 3138 2384, john.mcqueen@qut.edu.au.



25 November: NLC028457; Naracoorte Public Library: Pre-Design Analysis. Naracoorte Lucindale Council. South Australia.

Naracoorte Lucindale Council is seeking tenders for pre-design analysis of the Naracoorte Public Library.  Naracoorte is located in the Limestone Coast Region of South Australia.    Council recognised the need to understand the community’s needs, demands and aspirations with respect to the library service offered in the district and what services the community believes a library needs to offer to service their needs now and over the next 20-30 years.  In the first half of 2015 consulation was undertaken.   The objective of the pre-design analysis is to determine how the community’s desired immediate and future serivce levels can be translated into spatial requirements by undertaking a pre-design analysis of the current building and proposing options for a long term solution.

Sally Klose, +61 (0)8 8760 1100.



30 November: 16963521; Request for Information in Relation to Utilities Management Software. Health Alliance New Zealand.

hA is seeking to review options for Utilities Management Software on behalf of the DHB. hA invites suppliers who are familiar with this market to provide information in response to this RFI.

The objective of this RFI is for hA to better understand the market for Utilities Management Software, which includes water, waste, electricity and gas management with an Invoice management module. hA also wishes to understand the services of existing and potential suppliers, and the impact of technological change on the market. hA would also like to understand solutions that would ideally enable the DHB to manage the utilities from a central location for multiple sites.

Ideally the solutions would be able to:

  1. Monitor utilities usage from a central location.
  2. Accurately and continuously record data for later analysis.
  3. Detect anomalies and can notify staff when certain criteria is breached within the system.
  4. Track Invoices that are verified as containing correct rates and automatically send to the specified approval manager.
  5. Interface with existing utilities management systems.

Damion Martin, damion.martin@healthalliance.co.nz.



30 November: TMRTED101516; Feasibility study and risk assessment of a Separation Trial on an existing bicycle lane. Department of Transport and Main Roads – Engineering and Technology. Queensland.

The Department of Transport and Main Roads invites offers for the provision of contractor assistance to  undertake a feasibility study and comprehensive risk assessment of a ‘temporary (or retrofit) separation treatment’ trial on an existing bicycle lane to determine if this treatment results in cost-effective safety or level of service improvements.

Michael Langdon E&T, +61(0)7 3066 8965, michael.j.langdon@tmr.qld.gov.au.



30 November: PWC15-172; Scoping Study and Front End Engineering Design for the Proposed Tanami Gas Pipeline and Associated Facilities, Power and Water Corporation. Northern Territory.

+61 (0)8 8985 8532.

Further details at above URL.



3 December: DCT028437; CWMS pipeline survey 13-15/16.  District Council of Tatiara. South Australia.

Further details and contacts at above URL.



2 December: Q10144; Urban South – Roads, Civil & Infrastructure. Department of Defence. Australia.

Design and Construction of a non-asset road maintenance program at Evans Heads Aerial Bombing Range (NSW), Enoggera Close Training Area (QLD) and Kokoda Barracks Canungra (QLD).

Sharon Gibbons, +61 (0) 7 3173 8385, Sharon.gibbons@aurecongroup.com.



2 December: 16959446; LINZ Data Service (Syndicated Contract) ROI. Land Information New Zealand.

The LINZ Data Service (LDS) is an award winning service established in 2011 to publish mainly spatial data in order to unlock benefits from its wide reuse. LINZ is seeking registrations from suppliers with pre-existing web publishing services capable of publishing spatial formats, with the intention of selecting two suppliers to provide proposals in a closed RFP. This will be a Syndicated Contract meaning LINZ will establish a contract with the successful respondent that other New Zealand Government agencies can access, removing some of the barriers to establishing their own LDS type data service.

This Syndicated Contract opportunity is for publishing mainly spatial data with associated tables. Data preparation services and publishing solely tabular datasets or databases are out of scope of this procurement.

Paul Turkington, +64 (0) 44983513. procurementteam@linz.govt.nz.



7 December: ACPN_19353; Closed Landfill Environmental Monitoring & Site Investigation Programme. Auckland Council. New Zealand.

Auckland Council is seeking tenders from suitably qualified contractors for the provision of professional services for:

A.Environmental Monitoring Programme

B.Site Investigations Programme

Vesselina Petkova, +64 (0)21 942 797, vesselina.petkova@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz.



8 December: RFT-10002371; Bemboka Water Treatment Plant: Options Assessment and Design Dev. NSW Public Works. New South Wales.

Bemboka Water Treatment Plant: Preparation of options report, concept design report, environmental assessment and technical clauses for a 400Kl/d water treatment plant.

Ross Bailey, +61 (0)2 4474 7556, ross.bailey@finance.nsw.gov.au.



28 April 2016; SS-03-2015; Professional Advisory Services (PAS). Whole of Victorian Government.

Further details at above URL.


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