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Professional Engineering, Architectural and Surveying Services for the Director of National Parks
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Contractors may be required to provide the following services:
(a) Cost capital projects during the development of the business case;
(b) Analyse a range of technical solutions for proposed projects and making recommendations based on criteria determined by the DNP (e.g. cost, WHS and/or environmental requirements);
(c) Supervise contractors where specialist skills are needed to ensure contract compliance;
(d) Certify that the capital works have been completed to the required standard;
(e) Prepare the scope of work for tender documents and the ensuing contracts in delivery of the above; and/or
(f) Provide other technical advice as requried.
Types of projects may include:
(a) Site survey’s for walking track alignment;
(b) Re-development of car parks;
(c) Road alighnment and upgrade planning;
All enquiries, questions or requests for further information should be provided in writing to the Contact Officer by emailing:
The respondent exists as a legal entity.
The respondent provides certificates of currency for the following insurances:
1. Workers’ compensation and employer’s liability insurance.
2. Public liability insurance covering all Liabilities in respect of any injury to or death of any person who is not the Contractor’s Personnel at the time of the occurrence and all Liabilities in respect of any loss, damage or destruction to property not belonging to nor in the care, custody or control of the Contractor (Note to respondents: DNP’s policy is to require a minimum of $20 million per occurrence).
3. Professional indemnity insurance covering all Liabilities in respect of any negligent acts, errors or omissions in the advice or services provided by the Contractor (Note to respondents: DNP’s policy is to require a minimum of $5 million per occurrence).
4. Motor vehicle insurance covering all Liabilities in respect of any loss, damage or destruction to any property arising from the use of motor vehicles.
5. Works insurance covering all loss and damage to the Contractor’s plant and equipment, for at least the replacement value of all plant and equipment used or provided for use by the Contractor (except in respect of plant and equipment owned by DNP.
If the respondent does not currently hold any of the above insurance policies, or otherwise cannot provide a certificate of currency for an insurance policy, the respondent must:
1. explain why;
2. state whether it undertakes to effect and maintain the insurance, and for what amount, if it is awarded the Contract (respondents may submit a quote for the insurance, noting that DNP is not responsible for any costs associated with obtaining insurance or quotes);
3. if awarded the Contract, provide Certificates of Currency before a Contract is entered into.
Submission of a duly signed copy of the Respondent’s Declaration in Schedule 6.
The respondent is not, at the time the respondent submits its offer:
1. precluded from tendering for Australian Government funded work;
2. subject to a judicial decision against them relating to employee entitlements, not including decisions under appeal, and has not paid the claim.
Respondents are reminded that, in completing Schedule 2, all amounts must include GST.
The Deed of Standing Offer constitutes an agreed price for services over the period of the contract. It does not constitute a commitment for a specific level of work or for exclusive provision of any services.
The DNP does not normally accept any non-compliance with standard terms and conditions.
Refer to RFO for details.