Sydney Metro advises that an upcoming invitation for Registrations of Interest associated with the installation and commissioning of construction power, construction water and stormwater diversions for the Sydney Metro Western Sydney Airport project is scheduled to be advertised in late February 2021.
Sydney Metro will invite suitably experienced and appropriately qualified entities to participate in the procurement process for a contractor to install and commission construction power, construction water and stormwater diversions (the “Works”) for Sydney Metro Western Sydney Airport project.
It is expected the Works will include:
• power supply for Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) from Claremont Meadows Substation to Orchard Hills Intermediate Services Facility, with associated underbores under the M4 Motorway at Kent Road;
• power supply for TBMs from Kemps Creek Substation to the Western Sydney Airport site with associated underbores under Kemps Creek;
• construction power supply for the below sites:
- St Marys;
- Airport Business Park;
- Southern Intermediate Services Facility; and
• construction water supply for the below sites:
- Airport Business Park; and
• stormwater diversion at St Marys adjacent to the railway station;
• concurrent management of work sites; and
• utility diversions as required to facilitate the Works.
Suitably experienced contractors (or their nominated subcontractors) will be required to hold the following mandatory qualifications in order to be considered by Sydney Metro for successful registration:
(a) Level 1 Accredited Services Provider (ASP1) accredited in Class 1A and Class 1B work (as a minimum) with the NSW Department of Planning, Industry & Environment (DPIE) and the relevant authority (Endeavour Energy);
(b) Sydney Water accredited service provider (major works) with the following minimum capabilities: W1; W2; S1; and MS; and
(c) a Transport for NSW (TfNSW) Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) for the works (associated with the stormwater diversions within and affecting the rail corridor at St Marys).
Contractors will also be required to hold the following minimum qualification(s):
(a) Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner (OFSC) Accreditation; or
(b) another national or international Work Health and Safety accreditation and provide evidence and demonstrate to Sydney Metro how the they will obtain OFSC accreditation four weeks prior to the commencement of the Works, for Sydney Metro’s review and assessment.
In late-February 2021 contractors will be requested to register their interest (in accordance with the invitation) within 14 calendar days from the release date of the Invitation for Registration of Interest.
This tender opportunity is not expected to lead to the award of a contract, or the award details will be advertised elsewhere. Please telephone or email the contact officer for details