6 July: RFT-10000951; RFI for Environmental Data Portal. Finance, New South Wales.
Request for Information (RFI) for Stage 1 of Environmental Data Portal.
Myla Bulaon, +61 (2) 9372 8877, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NZ Transport Agency invites Registrations of Interest (ROI) from suitably experienced consultants and advisors who have the right people with the necessary vision, experience, capacity, understanding and commitment to deliver outstanding outcomes for the Additional Waitematā Harbour Crossing (AWHC).
The high level objective of the project is to complete the route protection and secure designations for the AWHC; by updating and confirming the existing Notices of Requirement (NoRs), and serving new NoR(s), as required to designate the land at either end of the additional crossing. This project is to be publicly notified and a public hearing is likely to occur.
The team will generally provide the following expertise, but not be limited to:
- Statutory planning and resource management
- Engineering, including tunnelling, highway, rail, civil engineering and geology/geotechnical
- Traffic modelling and transport planning
- Environmental and social management, technical expertise and assessment
- Provision of evidence at hearings and expert witness
Jo-ann Moses, +64 (9) 928 8730, email@example.com.
Civil Engineering Consultancy Services Panel – Principally Armadale and Wungong
Travis Linthorne, +61 (8) 6557 0839, firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Zealand Petroleum & Minerals (NZP&M), a branch of MBIE is responsible for managing the allocation of the Crown’s oil, gas, mineral and coal resources. One of NZP&M’s objectives is to promote investment in the mineral estate by making geophysical data in certain areas in New Zealand freely available to industry. The knowledge gained from the programme will enable government to promote the rational utilisation of mineral resources and help it make decisions that maximise the value of New Zealand’s mineral estate. MBIE expects that the geophysical surveys will also make a major contribution to public good science by improving the accuracy and knowledge of geological mapping for a wide range of applications including geo hazard identification, infrastructure development and maintenance and conservation planning.
Ash Cheyne, email@example.com.
The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) requires the services of a consultant to prepare a BIM strategy for Australian Parliament House (APH).
Christene Jackson, +61 (2) 6277 5688, firstname.lastname@example.org.