Tenders 22/3/2016

By on 22 March, 2016

 

Closing 23 March 2016: QUO12032; North Rockhampton Terrestrial LiDAR Capture and Floor Level Survey. Rockhampton Regional Council. Queensland.

Rockhampton Regional Council invites written offers for Quote 12032 for North Rockhampton Terrestrial LiDAR Capture and Floor Level Survey.

Contact: Vicky Miers, +61 (0)7 49368500, tenders@rrc.qld.gov.au.

 

 

Closing 24 March: 329824; Groundwater Monitoring and Minor Maintenance. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. Victoria.

This tender relates to the provision of monitoring and minor maintenance services for groundwater bores across Victoria. The successful tenderer shall ensure ongoing, accurate data collection and reporting of groundwater levels and chemistry from approximately 1400 bores to support effective groundwater resource planning and management by the Department and the RWCs.

Contact: Craig Mutton +61 (0)3 9637 9004.

 

 

Closing 29 March: Q14/16; Geotechnical Engineering Services. TransGrid. New South Wales.

Establishment of Panel for Geotechnical Engineering Services.

Contact: Rajesh Kotak, +61 (0)2 96200235, rajesh.kotak@transgrid.com.au.

 

 

Closing 30 March: Q16-0130; Intelligence and Data Warehousing Review. Department of Health. Northern Territory.

Further details at above URL.

Contact: +61 (0)8 8999 2542.

 

 

Closing 1 April: 17320081; Fleet Management and GPS Tracking Services Request for Information. Auckland Council. New Zealand.

Watercare, Auckland Council and Auckland Transport are seeking information from Fleet Management and or GPS Tracking providers with the appropriate resources and the experience of providing these services to organisations with fleets of similar sizes and complexities as the Watercare, Auckland Council and Auckland Transport fleets.

Contact: Ross Sanford, +64 (0)21987715, ross.sanford@water.co.nz.

 

 

Closing 1 April: Q16020; Port of Hay Point – Sustainable Sediment Management Assessment for Navigational Maintenance. North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation Limited.

NQBP have commenced work on a long-term strategic assessment for ongoing management of marine sediments at the Port of Hay Point, known as the Port of Hay Point – Sustainable Sediment Management (SSM) Assessment for Navigational Maintenance (‘The SSM Project’). To build on this work and assist in evaluating and contextualising sediment management options, NQBP would like to understand what feasible options, if any, exist at the Port of Hay Point to manage sedimentation in key Port infrastructure areas (departure path, apron area and berth pockets) and avoid or minimise the future need for maintenance dredging. An assessment of both engineered and technological solutions to address this issue is requested.

Contact: Stephanie Veldhuis, +61 (0)7 49690714, sveldhuis@nqbp.com.au.

 

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