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Joint Health Command Garrison Facilities Upgrade Project – Head Contract (HC-1 2003) Oakey QLD
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The project aims to provide fit-for-purpose, contemporary healthcare facilities as part of a comprehensive infrastructure solution intended to address deficiencies around condition and functionality of priority Joint Health Command facilities, providing primary health and associated health care to Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel around Australia.
The works involved include construction services for a range of new build and refurbishment of existing health centre solutions. It will include demolition of some existing health centres.
The existing health centre is located at Swartz Barracks and will be decommissioned, and a new health centre will be constructed closer to the flight line. The new health centre will be constructed at a new site within Swartz Barracks, on which a records store currently stands. The records store is to be demolished, and the new health centre is to be built based on a fully documented design. The existing OAKHC will also be demolished under the contract with the existing facilities to continue to operate until the new health centre is fully operational. OAKHC will be a single storey health centre building that is approximately 1100 m2 and will be a steel framed structure with a steel roof and will include services and finishes typical of modern health facilities. An additional approximately 800 m2 will be allocated to carparking. It will be a comprehensive and modern health facility, similar to that of a General Practice Super-Clinic.
Building Code 2016
The Building Code 2016 applies. If the Building Code 2016 applies then by lodging a Registration of Interest, the Applicant will become subject to the Building Code 2016.
Further information regarding the Building Code 2016 is provided in the Invitation to Register Interest (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) applies. Further information regarding the WHS Accreditation Scheme is provided in the Invitation to Register Interest.
Indigenous Procurement Policy
The Australian Government's new Indigenous Procurement Policy took effect on 1 July 2015. If relevant, further information regarding the Indigenous Procurement Policy is provided in the Invitation to Register Interest.
The Commonwealth does offer 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.
To submit a conforming Registration of Interest:
· the Registration of Interest must be submitted in accordance with clause 3.1(a)(i) (including submission to the address specified in the Invitation to Register Interest by the closing time and date described in the Invitation to Register Interest);
· the Registration of Interest must satisfy each minimum form and content requirement in clause 3.1(a)(ii); and
of the Invitation to Register Interest. The evaluation criteria are described in clause 2 of the Invitation to Register Interest.
At the time of issuing this Invitation to Register Interest:
The construction phase services are anticipated to commence in November 2018. More information on the program for each site is contained in the Invitation to Register Interest.