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Land555 Ph6 Force Level Electronic Warfare, Signals Intelligence and Vehicles (Facilities), Borneo Barracks (HC-1 2003)
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The Works identified include the following four (4) Work Elements:
1. Vehicle Workshop:
Expand and renovate an existing workshop office and vehicle workshop facility, new build 12 vehicle maintenance bay workshop space and associated storage, infrastructure and parking / hardstand area.
2. Storage Facilities:
New storage facilities for 26 Protected Mobility Vehicles Medium (PMV-M) and new storage facilities for 6 general maintenance vehicles, including covered lockable storage bays, hardstand area, complete equipment schedule storage cages and associated services.
Remediation / demolition of existing workshop facilities on base.
4. Road Infrastructure upgrade:
Road infrastructure upgrade through provision of an automated access gate and a weighbridge facility to manage requirements of operating heavy vehicles.
The extent to which the Applicant has demonstrated that it comprehends key issues and will implement appropriate solutions and management strategies in performing the contractor's activities, achieving completion of the works and otherwise meeting its obligations under the contract if it is the successful tenderer, including in respect of the following particular concerns:
a) demonstrate working in a live environment, appropriate staging and minimising disruption to the occupants of the facility while carrying out the works; and
b) site management, environmental management, work health and safety, quality, ecologically sustainable development (ESD), whole of life (WOL) and commissioning and handover.
Please note this project is subject to Parliamentary approval.
An industry briefing will not be conducted.
Building Code 2016
The Building Code 2016 does apply.
WHS Accreditation Scheme
The WHS Accreditation Scheme pursuant to the Building and Construction Industry (Improving Productivity) Act 2016 (Cth) does apply.
Indigenous Procurement Policy
The Australian Government's Indigenous Procurement Policy took effect on 1 July 2015. Further information regarding the Indigenous Procurement Policy is provided in the Invitation to Register Interest (including, potential minimum form and content requirements).
The Commonwealth offers applicants an opportunity to lodge a registration of interest on a Joint Bid Basis. Further information regarding Joint Bids is provided in the Invitation to Register Interest.
The works described in the Invitation to Register Interest are a "public work" and therefore subject to section 18 of the Public Works Committee Act 1969 (Cth).
The evaluation criteria are described in the Invitation to Register Interest.
Minimum Form and Content Requirements
The minimum form and content requirements are described in the Invitation to Register Interest.
Conditions for Participation
The conditions for participation are described in the Invitation to Register Interest.
The Conditions for Participation are described the Invitation to Register Interest.
The award date for the contract is anticipated to be 05/2020.
The works are anticipated to commence in 06/2020 with "Completion" on or before 10/2021.