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Engineering Design Disciplines

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Tim Wise

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Australian War Memorial
81100000 - Professional engineering services
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26-Mar-2019 2:00 pm (ACT Local Time)
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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 for each Engineering Design Discipline nominated will be evaluated against the following Evaluation Criteria: 1 Exemplar Projects A description of three projects that best demonstrates the capability and expertise of the Respondent for the specific challenges and opportunities for that Engineering Design Discipline for 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 for the relevant Engineering Design Discipline 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 engineering design discipline consultants to provide building engineering 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 engineering design services for the engineering disciplines required for the Project. An overview of the Project and engineering discipline scope of 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:

An industry briefing shall be held at 2 pm, Wednesday 6 March 2019. The duration will be approximately one hour. 

Registered Respondents must pre-register their attendance at the industry briefing by emailing no later than 5pm, Tuesday 5 March 2019. Attendance at the industry briefing will be at the Registered Respondent’s own cost. Attendance at the industry briefing is not compulsory. 

The industry briefing details are as follows: 

Date: 6 March 2019 

Location: BAE Systems Theatre, Australian War Memorial, CAMPBELL, ACT 

Time: 2pm (please be seated by 1.50pm)

Conditions for Participation:

There are no conditions for participation.


Timeframe for Delivery:

It is anticipated that the services for each of the Engineering Disciplines will be in the order of three 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).

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Tim Wise

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