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HMAS Stirling - Bund Works, WA
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The removal of the contaminated concrete from the surface and joints of the bund is required to repair the joint sealant and the integrity of the concrete. Due to the extent and depth of the hydrocarbon penetration, the affected slabs will require substantial removal and replacement with sound, hydrocarbon free concrete.
Tank TK-6 is to be bunded off with a temporary bunding to maintain secondary protection for this tank. Tanks TK-4 and TK-5 will need to be temporarily decommissioned and all pipe supports, piping infrastructure and other elements temporarily removed to allow for the slab remediation.
Demolition of the concrete will require disposal in a suitable facility, which must be confirmed by the contractor through aromatic, aliphatic and PFAS sampling. The demolition should include the stormwater sump and all slab components in the area.
Following successful demolition, detailed earthworks may be required to correct any levels, etc. which may have been disturbed during demolition or may have been incorrect, causing the original slab ponding. The slab can then be reinstated with a traditionally reinforced slab or fibre reinforced concrete if preferred. Once the slab is effectively cured, the joints can be sealed, and a protective coating of Nitocote EP410 applied to the slab surface. The piping can then be reinstated and the temporary bunding removed.
Testing is required at various stages throughout the delivery stage of the project to confirm contamination levels, construction quality and efficacy of the works undertaken.
The tender documents (including Contract) are attached on AusTender (under ‘Go to ATM documents’).
The scopes of works and associated documents have not been attached. To obtain the full scope of works documentation, tenderers are to submit a signed Confidentiality Agreement as follows:
1. Click on Go to ATM Documents
2. Download the tender documents
3. Go to Confidentiality Agreement
4. Print and sign the Confidentiality Agreement
5. Return the signed copy by email, as a scanned PDF file, to the Contact Officer / PDS Contractor noted below
Tenderers are to note that without the Confidentiality Agreement being returned to the Contact Officer / PDS Contractor, the complete Scope of Works cannot be released.
Any questions relating to this tender are to be forwarded via email to the Contact Officer / PDS Contractor nominated below. The cut-off date for questions pertaining to this tender is seven (7) days before the tender close date.
Industry Briefing: Refer to Part 2, Tender Particulars of the Tender Conditions.
The Tenderer must at the time of submitting its Tender satisfy each condition for participation as follows:
The Tenderer must comply with the Building Code 2016 at the time of submitting its registration of interest or if no registration of interest was submitted, at the time of submitting its tender.
The Tenderer must not be precluded from tendering for Australian Government funded work or specifically excluded from participating in this tender process.
The tenderer must complete and return the signed Confidentiality Agreement.
The Tenderer must complete and sign the Tender Form and Statutory Declaration.
Within 29 Weeks from Award Date.