Current ATM View - REOI2019/0179

Cost Manager & Quantity Surveyor

Contact Details

Tim Wise

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Australian War Memorial
80101604 - Project administration or planning
Close Date & Time:
9-Apr-2019 2:00 pm (ACT Local Time)
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ATM Type:
Expression of Interest

Multi Agency Access:
Panel Arrangement:
Multi-stage Criteria:
The Mandatory Evaluation criteria include: a. Minimum Content and Format Requirements; and b. Conditions for Participation. Responses will be evaluated against the following Evaluation Criteria: 1 Exemplar Projects - A description of three projects/programs that best demonstrates the depth of experience and capacity of the Respondent in projects similar to the Project. 45% 2 Project History - A description of between 7 and 10 projects (separate to exemplar projects) that demonstrate the depth of experience and capacity of the Respondent in projects similar to the Project. 35% 3 Organisational Capacity - This includes a description of how the Respondent could provide the services with an appropriate degree of interface with the Memorial and other consultants. 20%


On 1 November 2018 the Australian Government has approved the Australian War Memorial (‘Memorial’) Redevelopment Project (the Project) with funding of $498.7 million over a nine year period commencing in 2019/20. 

This aim of this procurement is to select a consultant to provide cost manager/ quantity surveyor services for the Project. 

The Project will construct additional exhibition capacity to enable the Memorial to effectively tell the stories of Australian experiences of conflict and operations, in a manner that preserves the national significance of the Memorial whilst enhancing the visitor experience. 

The Memorial has established seven objectives for the Project. These objectives are: 

1. maintain the Memorial’s national significance; 

2. remediate existing constraints; 

3. enhanced gallery spaces; 

4. improved visitor experience; 

5. improve the connection between the Australian War Memorial and community memorials; 

6. create information and reflective spaces for service men and women and their families; and 

7. protect and showcase the National Collection. 

The scope of services under the proposed contract (s) includes the services for the cost manager/ quantity surveyor required for the Project. An overview of the Project and cost manager/ quantity surveyor services is included at Attachment A – Project and Scope Brief and the services required are described in detail in Part 2 of Attachment A.

Other Instructions:

Please note there will be no industry briefing for this procurement.

Conditions for Participation:

There are no conditions for participation for this REOI.

Timeframe for Delivery:

It is anticipated that the services will be in the order of five years duration. Also see clause 1.4 in relation to other Project services.

Address for Lodgement:

Responses to this REOI must be lodged using the Electronic Tender Box on the AusTender website, located at (see clause 5 (Lodgement) of this REOI for more details).

Contact Details

Tim Wise

P: 0