Tenders 12/04/2016

By on 11 April, 2016

 

Closing 15 April: PWC16-070; Asset Management Subject Matter Experts. Power and Water Corporation. Northern Territory.

Darwin – Engagement of Three (3) Asset Management Subject Matter Expert Resources For a Period of 6 Weeks.

Contact: +61 (0)8 8924 4377.

 

 

Closing 18 April: ISD-16-5084; Parramatta Light Rail – Infrastructure Technical Advisor. Transport for New South Wales.

Transport for NSW is accepting registrations from suitably experienced and qualified organisations interested in providing the Infrastructure Technical Advisor Services for the Parramatta Light Rail (PLR) Project. This invitation sets out the Registration process and the Minimum Requirements the Tenderers must meet in order to be considered for this Tender.

Contact: Roy Srivastava, +61 (0)2 8265 6764, Procurement.PLR@transport.nsw.gov.au.

 

 

Closing 19 April: RFT-10003861; Bore Logging Services – Great Artesian Basin. NSW Public Works – DFSI. New South Wales.

Provision of geophysical logging services for the Great Artesian Basin. The works comprise all work shown on the drawings and included in the specification.

Contact: Chris Hague, +61 (0)2 6768 4231, +61(0) 467 713 905, christopher.hague@finance.nsw.gov.au.

 

 

Closing 20 April: FPC82016; Provision of Surveying Services and Preparation of Deposited Plans. Department of Finance. Western Australia.

Provision of surveying services and preparation of deposited plans for Forest Products Commission.

Contact: Ross Halls +61 (0)8 94740484, ross.halls@finance.wa.gov.au.

 

 

Closing 20 April: 17372340; Highways and Network Operations Review Programme. New Zealand Transport Agency.

The Work will primarily involve undertaking a specified suite of reviews on the Highways and Network Operations business including:

  • Contract Management Reviews (CMR)
  • Lessons Learnt Reviews (LLR)
  • Special Purpose Reviews (SPR)

Project Reviews, including Post Approval Reviews and Post Implementation Reviews

The work will also include a focus on identifying, developing and implementing business improvements as directed by NZTA. It is envisaged that the contract will be awarded early to late June 2016 with the contract start date of 1 July 2016. It is envisaged that the term of the contract will be a 3+1+1 year tenure with progression to additional years based on performance.

Contact: +64 (0)4 894 6310, Geraldine.Christmas@nzta.govt.nz.
 

 

Closing 27 April: 17375332; Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) Future Strategy. New Zealand Fire Service.

NZFS would like to quantify how Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) would add value by improving our operational intelligence, increase safety and be cost effective compared to existing capabilities for the event types described. We would utilise this to inform future emergency service response strategy.
Note RPAS is a term that also includes Drones, Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV).

Contact: Charles Hatchwell, +64 (0)4 496 3600, RPAS_RFI@fire.org.nz.

 

 

Closing 27 April: tender_353; Thriving Regional Networks/Our Place. Profiling, Stakeholder mapping & Engagement. Office of Environment & Heritage. New South Wales.

OEH is seeking to partner with a locally embedded, well networked facilitator organisation or individuals in the Blacktown and surrounding suburbs. This is a joint project of Our Place and Thriving Regional Networks, managed within OEH’s Sustainable Communities team.

Contact: Katie Shammas, +61 (0)2 9995 6013, Katie.Shammas@environment.nsw.gov.au.

 

 

Closing 29 April: 17365275; Capital Asset Management Project. The University of Waikato. New Zealand.

The RFI will help the University decide if it should pursue one of three directions for its enterprise CAM process:

  1. Functional Approach – select best of breed point solutions for CAM tasks
  2. Asset Class Approach – select best of breed for asset lifecycle management per asset class
  3. All-in-One Approach – find an enterprise scale solution that can cater for all asset classes

The main asset classes in scope of the RFI include:

  • Facilities (Land, Buildings & Infrastructure, & Lease Management)
  • Hardware & Equipment (IT, Audio-Visual, Research, & Teaching)
  • Vehicles (all types)
  • Digital (Systems, Software, Other Digital media)
  • Intellectual Property

The solutions sought would preferably be cloud software-as-a-service based and have mobile app capabilities for selected tasks.

Contact: Adrian Law, +64 (0)7 837 9460, alaw@waikato.ac.nz.

 

 

Closing 2 May: CASG/LSD/RFT0089/16; Design package for Land Engineering Agency workshop facility at Monegeetta. Department of Defence. Australia.

Services contract for a design package for a Land Engineering Agency workshop facility at Monegeetta.

Contact: Contact Officer, LEA Prototype & Test Services, LEAPTS.TenderBox@defence.gov.au.

 

 

Closing 5 May: Q16-0197; McMillans Road Planning Study. Department of Transport. Northern Territory.

Further details at above URL.

Contact: +61 (0)8 8924 7342.

 

 

Closing 6 May: ASA RFT PRN 9807; Professional Technical Services Panel. Air Services Australia.

Airservices Australia is seeking to establish a suite of panel arrangements with a limited number of preferred suppliers for the provision of Professional Technical Services (Services) in the following Specialist Service Areas (SSA):

  • Architectural Services
  • Engineering Services
  • Environment and Heritage Services
  • Survey Services
  • Security Services
  • Cost Management Services

Contact: Harriet Mitchell, prn_9807@airservicesaustralia.com.

 

 

Closing 11 May: WS228927; Rail Systems Remodelling works at Mt. Victoria. Sydney Trains. New South Wales.

Sydney Trains(Principal) is seeking proposals from experienced and suitably qualified organisations (Proponents) who can demonstrate that they satisfy the mandatory requirements set out below and who have a proven ability to meet the Principal’s requirements to undertake rail systems remodelling works at Mt. Victoria. The scope of the rail systems remodelling works at Mt. Victoria includes design, supply and installation, construction and testing/commissioning of a multi-disciplinary range of equipment and facilities.

Contact: 1300 132 136, tss.procurement@transport.nsw.gov.au.

 

 

Closing 11 May: 17362660; Developing an approach to measure predictable journeys for public transport: bus, rail and ferry. New Zealand Transport Agency.

The NZ Transport Agency is seeking to appoint a Researcher to undertake research for an approach to measure of predictable journeys for public transport: bus, rail and ferry. The research will be independent research, albeit guided by a research project steering group which will be chaired by a Transport Agency representative. The results of the research must be able to be cost effectively applied in New Zealand in the short-to-medium term for longer-term impacts.

Contact: Kajal Parbhu, +64 (0)4 8946398.

 

 

Closing 12 May: 17376024; The impact on the transport sector of new technology adoption and the rate of technology diffusion (the S curve). New Zealand Transport Agency.

The NZ Transport Agency is seeking to appoint a Researcher to undertake an economic analysis research project on the impact on the transport sector of new technology adoption and the rate of technology diffusion (the S curve). The research will be independent research, albeit guided by a research project steering group which will be chaired by a Transport Agency representative. The results of the research must be able to be cost effectively applied in New Zealand in the short-to-medium term for longer-term impacts.

Contact: Kajal Parbhu, +64 (0)4 8946398.

 

 

Closing 25 May: 17374127; Advance Notice: Hydrographic Survey Programme 2016/17. Land Information New Zealand.

Advance Notice to the market for Land Information New Zealand’s Hydrographic Survey Programme 2016/17.

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Rebecca Batten, +64 (0)4 830 9956, procurementteam@linz.govt.nz.

 

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