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Capital Works and Construction Panel
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The Department is seeking to establish a Panel of suitably qualified individuals or organisations (Contractors) that are capable of delivering capital works and construction related services to agencies with the Home Affairs portfolio and other Commonwealth Agencies. The Works Categories (W.C.) proposed for the panel are:
W.C.1 Minor Capital Works for commercial and residential properties (including Australian remote and overseas locations). While minor capital works can include construct, or design and construct lump sum delivery, they will generally be works that are not complex or deemed to be high risk. The value of these works generally will not exceed $0.5m.
W.C.2 Medium Capital Works for construct, or design and construct lump sum delivery of works with an estimated value between $0.5 million and $15 million (excluding GST). Works estimated to cost in excess of $2 million will require reporting to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works.
W.C.3 Major Construction and/or Construction Management for public works proposed to be undertaken by, or on behalf of the Commonwealth, estimated to cost in excess of $15 million, that require referral to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works. These works are generally more complex and higher risk than the W.C.2 category.
Tenderers are requested to note in particular the requirements in relation to Statements of Tax Records.
1. Tenderers must at the Closing Time hold a valid accreditation or certification under the legislation and regulations for the jurisdiction in which they are tendering to provide building, construction or solar installation works under the Panel.
- Tenderers are required to attach to their Tenders a copy of their licences, accreditations, certifications, registration etc. relevant to each jurisdiction for which they are tendering for the capital works, construction or solar installation works.
2. Tenderers must comply with the Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016 (Cth) (Building Code) at the time of submission of their Tender, at the date the Deed of Standing Offer is executed and when providing the Requirement.
- Tenderers must include in their Tender a completed and signed copy of a "Declaration of Compliance with the Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016" as provided at Form 3 of Appendix 2 to Attachment B;
3. A) The Tenderer must either:
i. hold and submit with its Tender either a Valid and Satisfactory Statement of Tax Record by the Closing Time (see https://www.ato.gov.au/business/bus/statement-of-tax-record/ for further information); or
ii. have a receipt demonstrating that a Statement of Tax Record has been requested from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) by the Closing Time, and hold a Valid and Satisfactory Statement of Tax Record no later than 4 Business Days from the Closing Time (to be provided within the 4 Business Days from the Closing Time by email to the Contact Officer at CEAProcurement@homeaffairs.com.au); and
B) The Tenderer must hold a Valid and Satisfactory Statement of Tax Record for any first tier subcontractor that it proposes, as part of its response, to engage to deliver goods and/or services with an estimated value of over $4 million (GST inclusive).
[Note to Tenderers: Tenderers should apply for a Statement of Tax Record and should ensure that their first tier subcontractors apply for a Statement of Tax Record within sufficient time to meet these Conditions for Participation]
1 August 2022 to 30 July 2025