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Design and build of the Australia Minerals booth for the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada(PDAC) Convention
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Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Darwin, Hobart
Australia Minerals (and its predecessor) has been attending the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada International Convention, Trade Show and Investors Exchange (hereafter “PDAC”) for over 20 years. The convention is held annually in Toronto, Canada at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Australia Minerals is the name given to a group made up of eight representatives from each of Australia’s Federal, state and Northern Territory government geological organisations. The Federal agency, Geoscience Australia, manages Australia Minerals on behalf of the other participants. Australia Minerals takes up eight booth spaces (‘government booths’; total space 20’ x 40’). These eight booth spaces are part of a group of 16 booths that together are known as the ‘Australian Pavilion’ (Fig. 1.).
The remaining eight booth spaces (industry booths) are managed by GeoJAG Australia.
This tender is for the design, construction and servicing of a free-standing Australia Minerals booth. The first use of the booth will be at PDAC 2019 (3–6 March 2019). It is expected that the same booth design will be used for up to four years, at the 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 conventions. PDAC typically hosts about 24,000 participants with over 930 exhibitors.
The successful Supplier should contact GeoJAG Australia, the co-ordinator of the eight industry booths, and discuss the potential to provide a suitable design, construction and servicing contract for those industry booths. The Supplier’s response to this Approach to Market should discuss how they would handle the situation were a different company to be selected for the GeoJAG contract
The contract for the eight industry booths is not included in this Approach to Market.
No Mandatory Conditions for Participation are specified.
From 7th Dec 2018