Tenders 7/4/15

By on 7 April, 2015

14 April: RFT2015/539; Delivery of a transient numerical groundwater model for the Galilee Basin. Geoscience Australia.

The successful Supplier will provide:

  • A calibrated and stress tested transient groundwater flow model constructed in accordance with currently accepted guidelines (NWC, 2012)* .
  • A report in an accessible digital format outlining the development of the model including details and characteristics of the model such as key assumptions, methods used, discretisation, boundary conditions, calibration performance, sensitivity analysis, data gaps and identification of limitations and uncertainties associated with the model.
  • A data package containing all digital files associated with the model in a suitable format.

Contact: Paul Rossiter 02 6249 9121 Tenders@ga.gov.au.



30 April: RFx ID: 10442755, Reference #: 2015-340 ART 15/24; Environmental effects research topics 1. NZ Transport Agency.

Are rail and road-traffic noise criteria that are commonly used in New Zealand justified in terms of community response to noise from railways, state highways and local roads?

This research is required to inform noise assessments of rail and roading projects, providing particular assistance in the communication of effects with the public and decision makers.

Deadline for Questions from suppliers:  [15/04/2015]

Deadline for the Buyer to answer suppliers’ questions:  [20/04/2015]

Deadline for Proposals: [30/04/2015] [9:00am]

Contact: Jo Janaszkiewicz 04 894 6732

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