Tenders 12/2/13

By on 12 February, 2013

TENDER DETAILS 12 February, 2013

22 February: CS120272; On Board Telemetry System for Dozers; Gladstone Ports Corporation Limited, Qld. GPC is seeking expressions of interest for the  design, development, supply and installation of a telemetry system for its fleet of dozers located at Reg Tanna Coal Terminal. The telemetry system is intended to improve managing dozer activities and safety. Expressions of Interest will be evaluated in accordance with pre-qualification questionnaire responses, prior to compiling a short list of companies who will be invited to Tender. The pre-qualification document must be submitted to contracts@gpcl.com.au.
Contact Sean Elphinstone elphinstones@gpcl.com.au on +61-7-4976-1348.



26 February: Survey of Long Gully Station for Tenure Review; Land Information New Zealand. Landward Management, on behalf of LINZ, seeks tenders for the survey of Long Gully Station, located near Wanaka, Otago. Tenderers must have all the experience and skills associated with this type of survey.
Contact Graeme Franklyn graeme@landward.co.nz.



26 February: Survey of Deep Creek Station for Tenure Review; Land Information New Zealand. Landward Management, on behalf of LINZ, seeks tenders for the survey of Deep Creek Station, located near Wanaka, Otago. Tenderers must have all the experience and skills associated with this type of survey.
Contact Graeme Franklyn graeme@landward.co.nz.



26 February: T03353291; Condition Assessment and Protective Coating Inspection; Sydney Catchment Authority, NSW. Tenders are sought for these services. Information is at the SCA online eTendering website at https://tenders.nsw.gov.au/sca
Contact Raj Rajendran on +61-2- 4724-2270, or email: procurement@sca.nsw.gov.au.



27 February: D12-0443; Mines and Energy Web Spatial System; Department of Mines and Energy, NT. Tenders are sought for the development of a new Mines and Energy web spatial system, and the provision of ongoing maintenance and support for a period of 36 months.
Enquiries phone: +61-8-8999-1942, or fax: +61-8-8999-1935.



28 February: 1213-022; [Surveyors] Technical Building Intervention Levels; Nillumbik Council, Vic. Tenders are invited for services to develop and document technical intervention levels for the operational, maintenance and renewal type activities associated with building (including shed and shelter) assets. The work will be carried out in consultation with Council’s internal stakeholders, and must be undertaken by qualified and registered building surveyors or structural engineers with experience in developing building maintenance and management practices. Documents can be downloaded at www.nillumbik.vic.gov.au.
Contact Nadine Sinclair Nadine.Sinclair@nillumbik.vic.gov.au on +61-3- 9433-3217.



5 March: 2012/ 13 – 43; Frankston City Council, Vic. Council is inviting surveyors/consultants to tender for services to collect field data relevant to drainage assets such as pipe invert levels, pipe diameter, pit levels and type of assets, etc.
Download information at www.frankston.vic.gov.au -> Tenders, Public Notices, News, then click on Tenders.



5 March: 2013 0001; Time Series Management; Bay of Plenty Regional Council, NZ. Tenders are sought for a Time Series Management System.
Contact Glenn Ellery Glenn.Ellery@boprc.govt.nz.



6 March: RDL800212; Approved Supplier List of Surveyors; Department of Regional Development and Lands, Qld. Land surveyors are invited to tender for appointment to the Approved Supplier List to undertake land surveying services 2013 – 2018. RDL’s Survey Coordination section uses contract surveyors on an ‘as-required basis’ to provide Crown Cadastral Surveys and Crown Survey Graphic Drafting Services. The Services are required throughout the state of Western Australia.
Contact John Miller john.miller@transport.wa.gov.au on +61-8-6551-6038.



7 March: Flood Study Consultants; Wakool Shire Council, NSW. Council is seeking the services of suitable consultants to complete a flood study for the towns of Barham, Murray Downs and Tooleybuc. The flood study will form part of council’s flood risk management plan to be prepared in accordance with the NSW Government’s flood prone land policy and manuals.
Details are at www.wakool.nsw.gov.au.
Contact council’s Director of Engineering on +61-3-5887-5007.



8 March: RFT DCCEE006270-2013; Remote Sensing Data Processing Services [Panel]; Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency [Aust].  DCCEE delivers the government’s climate change legislation, policies and programmes. It is seeking to establish a panel arrangement of suitable Satellite Data Processing service providers which will operate from July 2013 to June 2016 with an option to extend the arrangement for a further two years. Successful tenderers for the panel arrangement who have not previously completed departmental training in the use of the customised software and data processing methods used will be offered the training prior to any work allocations.
Contact Nikki Fitzgerald on email: DCCEETenders@climatechange.gov.au.



15 March: QPS13024; LIDAR Speed Detection Devices for the Speed Management Program; Queensland Police Service. Tenders are sought for this project. The Speed Management Program is designed to improve road safety and reduce the incidence of excessive speed related crashes. The supplier must also provide full training (including manuals) for police officers and technical staff in the use of and set up of the devices in the implementation phase of the project.
Contact Melinda Barry Barry.MelindaV@police.qld.gov.au on +61-7-3364-3870.



2 April [re-advertised – note changed closing date]: 221112RFT: Integrated Information Management & Analysis System; NSW Police. The organisation invites software vendors to demonstrate how their applications meet its listed and agreed requirements (Business Needs). These have been identified through a series of focus group workshops and discussions.
Contact Penny Harte on +61-8835-9472, or email procurement@police.nsw.gov.au.



4 April: RFI 4107-02; Underwater Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Project; Defence, NZ. Defence is seeking information on potential solution options to restore the UWISR capabilities of its fleet of six P-3K2 Orion aircraft. This RFI seeks responses from companies that have the knowledge and experience to provide either portions of, or a complete airborne UWISR capability solution.
Contact Rachel McKnight rachel.mcknight@defence.govt.nz on +64-4-496-0637.

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