Closed ATM View - DIBP RFT 02/17
MELBOURNE IMMIGRATION TRANSIT ACCOMMODATION (MITA) REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT
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The Department is proposing to redevelop the Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation (MITA) facility in Broadmeadows Melbourne. MITA was opened in 2008 and is located 15 kilometres north of Melbourne’s central business district and two kilometres east of the Broadmeadows town centre.
The current facility consists of four accommodation compounds, MITA 1 Avon, MITA 2 Bass, MITA 3 Calder and MITA 4 Eildon, each with shared amenities along with associated support buildings, infrastructure and various physical and operational security measures. There is an existing central access spine running east to west providing a distinct separation between MITA 1 Avon and MITA 2 Bass which are south of the spine, and MITA 3 Calder and MITA 4 Eildon which are north of the spine. The redevelopment will take place north of the spine in the MITA 3 Calder and MITA 4 Eildon location, and these compounds will be fully decanted before construction the rest of the site will remain operational during construction. The new acommodation facilities will be modular in construction.
The redeveloped facility will provide 140 new beds along with associated support buildings, infrastructure and various physical security measures.
There will be a mandatory site briefing session.
Tenderers must meet the following Conditions of Participation in order to participate in the tender process:
(a) the Tenderer must not be named by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency as an employer currently not complying with the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (Cth), unless the Tenderer has obtained a letter of compliance from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency and attaches this letter to its Tender or provides this letter to the Department separately prior to Closing Time;
(b) the Tenderer must confirm that, to the best of its knowledge after making diligent enquiry, neither it, nor its Subcontractors are currently engaging Illegal Workers;
(c) the Tenderer and its proposed Subcontractors are not listed as terrorists under section 15 of the Charter of the United Nations Act 1945 (Cth); and
(d) the Tenderer must confirm that neither it, nor any proposed Subcontractor, has a judicial decision against it relating to employee entitlements that is not under appeal or unpaid.