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L200 Tranche 2 - Battlefield Communication System Facilities - Works Package 3 – Lavarack Barracks
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The Services include design and related services in respect of the following Works:
- Internal demolition works within the existing building;
- extension, upgrade and refurbishment of existing facility, including Administrative Area, Classrooms, Q-Store, Ablutions, Cleaner’s Room, Brew Area, Workshop, and Vault;
- extension of existing carpark area to provide a vehicle layby area to conduct Vehicle Training;
- upgrade, modify and install ICT services; and
- augmentation of existing building and engineering services, with provision of new services where required;
to meet operational and support capabilities to conduct training.
Disclaimer and Confidentiality Agreement
The Disclaimer and Confidentiality Agreement is available by clicking on "ATM Documents".
Tenderers are required to download, complete, duly execute and return the Disclaimer and Confidentiality Agreement by email to the Contact Officer.
The Tender Documents contain Confidential Information. Further information regarding the Tenderer's obligations in respect of Confidential Information is set out in the Disclaimer and Confidentiality Agreement and the Tender Documents.
An industry briefing will be conducted on 12-03-2019 at Lavarack Barracks.
Further information regarding the industry briefing is provided in the Tender Documents.
Building Code 2016
The Building Code 2016 applies. If the Building Code 2016 applies then by lodging a Tender, the Tenderer will become subject to the Building Code 2016.
Further information regarding the Building Code 2016 is provided in the Tender Documents (including conditions of participation and minimum form and content requirements).
WHS Accreditation Scheme
The WHS Accreditation Scheme pursuant to the Building and Construction Industry (Improving Productivity) Act 2016 (Cth) does apply. Further information regarding the WHS Accreditation Scheme is provided in the Tender Documents.
Indigenous Procurement Policy
The Australian Government's new Indigenous Procurement Policy took effect on 1 July 2015. Further information regarding the Indigenous Procurement Policy is provided in the Tender Documents (including, if it applies potential minimum form and content requirements).
The Commonwealth does offer the Tenderer an opportunity to lodge its Tender on a Joint Bid Basis. Further information regarding Joint Bids is provided in the Tender Documents.
The Works described in the Tender Documents 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 Tender Documents.
Minimum Form and Content Requirements
The minimum form and content requirements are described in the Tender Documents.
Conditions for Participation
The conditions for participation are described in the Tender Documents.
The Conditions for Participation are described in the Tender Documents.
The Award Date is anticipated to be 05-2019.
The Works are anticipated to commence in 05-2019 with Completion on or before 11-2019.