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The harbour and wharf at Cape Cleveland are a foundational capability for AIMS. Due to sedimentation, the wharf has been inaccessible to large vessels since November 2018, and to small vessels since mid-2019. The wharf and boat ramp facilities are currently unusable. When the harbour was constructed (1976), depth of water at the wharf was 4m (lowest astronomical tide), providing all tide access to the facility. At the present time, the wharf becomes dry at low tide and is unsafe for vessell access at high tide.
The key objective is to re-establish all tide access to AIMS Cape Cleveland wharf, restoring AIMS' critical research and operational capability for the next 40 years.
Marine Infrastructure Engineering Design firms are now invited to submit Tenders to undertake the role of Design Consultant to assist in the successful development of the Project.
Refer RFT document and attachments.
Refer Appendix B