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ANMM Cooling Tower Upgrade - Design and Construct Contract for Mechanical and General Building Works
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The ANMM has identified the necessity for the replacement of the current Sea Water Heat rejection equipment, with the proposed installation of Cooling Towers in a dedicated cooling tower plantroom. These systems are used to cool the HVAC equipment and systems. The mechanical and building works and associated equipment (excluding the Cooling Towers and Acoustic Louvres) are the subject of this current procurement.
The Cooling Tower plantroom is to be located in the current Facilities and Support Services, Sustainability (FASSS) Workshop at the northern end of the ANMM building. To enable this, the maintenance staff and their equipment are to be re-located to the proposed FASSS Maintenance Store in Wharf 7 building.
As part of this contract, the current FASSS Workshop building will be altered to accept mechanical equipment and systems. The new Cooling Tower plantroom will house the Cooling Towers and all associated equipment. Under this contract, the FASSS Workshop building will be altered by enlarging the space, cutting in acoustic louvres, structurally maintaining the terrace slab for penetration allowing for the cooling towers to be “dropped-in”, constructing an integral structural support, cooling tower maintenance walkway access and cooling tower base, construction of an enclosed trench for condenser water pipework to plantroom #1 and other associated works.
Tenderers are to attend a mandatory on-site briefing:
Date: Friday, 12th October 2018
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Wharf 7, 58 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont NSW
Attendance at the on-site briefing is mandatory as it will assist the Tenderers to gain sufficient understanding of the project’s specific requirements, in the existing space, site-specific WHS matters, parking, and general logistics of this project.
The D&C Contractor must take out and maintain the following insurances prior to commencing the Works:
• Professional Indemnity Insurance - $10M per occurrence, to be maintained for 7 years after the date of practical completion
• Public Liability Insurance* - $20M (See Returnable Schedule 3)
• Contract Works Insurance (See Returnable Schedule 3)
• Workers’ Compensation Insurance (See Returnable Schedule 3) – as required by law.
* Tenderers must provide either a copy of their current insurance certificate or a letter from their insurer confirming their ability to obtain such insurance should they be awarded the contract.
Tenderers will be required to demonstrate adequate financial stability to undertake the Works. At a minimum, submission of last two years’ audited and signed financial statements of the contracting party will be required to be submitted, for inspection by the Museum’s Head of Finance (HOF).
The Tendrer must exist as a legel entity at the closing time of this tender.
As per Request for Tender ANMM-1820F.