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Prequalification Scheme for Consultants in Construction up to $9M Consultancy Fee - SCM1191

Scheme ID SCM1191
Starts 13-Mar-2015
Ends 31-Dec-2022
RFT Publish Date 13-Mar-2015
RFT Close Date & Time
31-Dec-2022 12:00pm
ABN Required Yes
 
RFT Type Scheme Invitation
Agency NSW Procurement
Category Management and Business Professionals and Administrative Services

Contact Person
NSWBUY
Phone: 1800 679 289
nswbuy@finance.nsw.gov.au

Scheme Details

As a result of the introduction of the Enforceable Procurement Provisions (EPP) by the NSW Procurement Board, we are currently reviewing this scheme and making certain improvements. This scheme is now capped at consultancy fees of up to $9 million. All the relevant guidelines are being updated.

For further information, please contact construction category team at  consultantprequal@finance.nsw.gov.au

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The Prequalified Scheme for Consultants covers the following categories:

Engineering

  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Structural Engineering
  • Electrical - Building
  • Mechanical - Building
  • Hydraulic - incl. Town Gas, LPG and Fire Services
  • Fire Services - Sprinklers
  • Traffic & Transport Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Fire Safety Engineering
  • Façade
  • Acoustic Engineers

Architectural

  • Architectural - General
  • Architectural - Health
  • Architecture Planning & Delivery - Health Infrastructure
  • Architectural - Education Primary & Secondary
  • Architectural - Education Tertiary
  • Architectural - Correctional
  • Architectural – Heritage

Assessment

  • Environmental Studies
  • Dispute Managers
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Biodiversity/Ecological assessment
  • Occupational hygienists
  • Consulting Arborist
  • Bushfire modelling
  • Aboriginal Cultural Heritage
  • Independent Safety Assessor

Planning

  • Value Management Facilitators
  • Town Planning
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Compliance & Certification
  • Land Surveying
  • Property Assessment Surveys and Detailed Property Assessment Survey
  • BCA and Access Consultants

Management

  • Project Director
  • Project Manager - Planning & Delivery - Health Infrastructure
  • Project Management

Security Consultants & Security Equipment Specialist

  • Security Consultants & Security Equipment Specialist

Start application

The information displayed below is a read-only version of the application process. Please review and, when ready to apply for the scheme, click the Start application button above.

Vendor Instruction

You need to answer all the questions in this online application and provide the information requested.

If you don’t supply the information we need, we will not be able to assess your application properly or quickly.

*It is recommended that you submit the application from a generic/ proxy email address (such as tenders@###.com) that the relevant people in your organisation will have access to. Tendering opportunities will typically be sent to the email address that submitted the application.


Prequalification Types

Registered Consultant

For engagements valued up to $250,000

Certified Consultant

For engagements valued from over $250,000 and up to $9M


Documents

Terms and Conditions
Scheme Documents

Capabilities

The Applicant must identify its areas of substantial expertise by nominating the categories in which it is seeking prequalification.

1 - Engineering
  • 109 Geotechnical Engineering
    Investigation and report on ground conditions, natural behaviour, response to artificially changed conditions and capacity to support civil and architectural structures. Specialist areas: Hydrogeology, engineering geology, soil mechanics and rock mechanics.<BR> *Please upload proof of being a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) or registered on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER)*
  • 111 Hydraulic – incl. Town Gas, LPG and Fire Services
    Design and documentation of hydraulic services within buildings and as site services to buildings, incl. water, sewerage, drainage, stormwater, town gas, LPG and fire hydrants and hose reels.<BR> *Please upload proof of being a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) or registered on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER)*
  • 115 Electrical – Building
    Design and documentation of requirements for indoor and outdoor lighting, power, HV/LV reticulation and switchboards, control, uninterruptable power supplies, generators, fire detection and voice and data cabling for site services, architectural facilities and buildings for civil works.<BR> *Please upload proof of being a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) or registered on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER)*
  • 116 Mechanical - Building
    Design and documentation of requirements for air conditioning, heating, ventilation, domestic hot water, non-potable water, cool rooms, steam, medical/industrial gases, building management and control systems for architectural facilities and buildings for civil works.<BR> *Please upload proof of being a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) or registered on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER)*
  • 117 Fire Services – Sprinklers
    Design and documentation of requirements for sprinkler systems. Does not include fire hydrants and hose reels, see Category 111 - Hydraulic.<BR> *Please upload proof of being a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) or registered on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER)*
  • 118 Civil Engineering
    Design and documentation of civil structures such as bridges, dams, retaining walls, reservoirs, car parks and roads.<BR> *Please upload proof of being a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) or registered on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER)*
  • 119 Structural Engineering
    Design and documentation of the structural components of buildings, such as footings, beams, floors, roof structure walls, columns and roadworks, hydraulic & stormwater designs associated with buildings.<BR> *Please upload proof of being a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) or registered on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER)*
  • 124 Traffic & Transport Engineering
    Advice, design and documentation related to traffic flow on and around sites.<BR> *Please upload proof of being a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) or registered on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER)*
  • 130 Fire Safety Engineering
    Fire safety engineering and fire safety maintenance services and related advice. Includes advising on system requirements to comply with BCA, providing alternative building solutions, providing advice on maintenance of systems.
  • 131 - Façade
    Design, analysis, inspection, auditing, remedial diagnostics, waterproofing, material analysis for the façade and cladding used on existing and new buildings.
  • 132 - Acoustic Engineers
    Identify the main noise and vibration generating sources and activities at all stages of construction (including demolition), and any noise sources during operation. Outline measures to minimise and mitigate the potential noise impacts to the surrounding area.
  • 133 Electrical and Electronics Engineering
    Design, develop, install, manage and maintain equipment, plant and systems within the electrical, electronic, communication and computer systems areas, being applied to electrical power generation, transmission, distribution and utilisation, manufacture, instrumentation and control in industry, communications networks, electronic plant and equipment, integration and control of computer systems Further includes design and improvement of telecommunications systems, hardware and software, systems for media broadcasting and sound, and sophisticated electronics.
2 - Architectural
  • 200 Architecture -Education Tertiary
    Design Consultant specializing in Architecture - Education Tertiary including tertiary education facilities.<BR> *Please upload a copy of: 1. Qualification to BSB51407 Diploma of Project Management or an equivalent qualification or a higher qualification level specific to Project Management or Certified Practicing Project Practitioner (CPPP) with the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) or similar. 2. A Nominated Architect's name and registration number*
  • 201 Architectural - General
    Design Consultant specialising in Architecture including office buildings, fitout and refurbishment, residences, industrial and commercial offices and non-specialist areas. Specialist areas: Court Houses, Police Stations.<BR> *Please upload a copy of: 1. Qualification to BSB51407 Diploma of Project Management or an equivalent qualification or a higher qualification level specific to Project Management or Certified Practicing Project Practitioner (CPPP) with the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) or similar. 2. A Nominated Architect's name and registration number*
  • 202 Architecture -Education Primary & Secondary
    Design Consultant specializing in Architecture - Education Primary & Secondary including primary and secondary education facilities.<BR> *Please upload a copy of: 1. Qualification to BSB51407 Diploma of Project Management or an equivalent qualification or a higher qualification level specific to Project Management or Certified Practicing Project Practitioner (CPPP) with the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) or similar. 2. A Nominated Architect's name and registration number*
  • 203 Architecture - Health
    Design Consultant specializing in Architecture - Health including Health Care Facilities (not Nurses Homes, Administration etc.) Specialist areas: Nursing Homes (used by Health Dept with reference to the Department's register, or as procurement managed for Health by the DFS) specifications.<BR> *Please upload a copy of: 1. Qualification to BSB51407 Diploma of Project Management or an equivalent qualification or a higher qualification level specific to Project Management or Certified Practicing Project Practitioner (CPPP) with the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) or similar. 2. A Nominated Architect's name and registration number*
  • 204 Architecture -Correctional
    Design Consultant specializing in Architecture - Correctional including correctional facilities.<BR> *Please upload a copy of: 1. Qualification to BSB51407 Diploma of Project Management or an equivalent qualification or a higher qualification level specific to Project Management or Certified Practicing Project Practitioner (CPPP) with the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) or similar. 2. A Nominated Architect's name and registration number*
  • 219 Architectural - Heritage
    Design Consultant specialising in Architecture - Heritage including heritage related work to office buildings, fitout and refurbishment, residences, industrial and commercial offices and non-specialist areas.<BR> *Please upload a copy of: 1. Qualification to BSB51407 Diploma of Project Management or an equivalent qualification or a higher qualification level specific to Project Management or Certified Practicing Project Practitioner (CPPP) with the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) or similar. 2. A Nominated Architect's name and registration number*
  • 220 Architecture Planning & Delivery - Health Infrastructure
    Provision of services in the planning and documentation of new and refurbished health facilities including the preparation of design briefs, development of master plans, health facility planning, user consultation, concept and schematic designs, detailed designs, and construction contract documentation. Upload any applicable licenses or certifications.
3 - Assessment
  • 307 Environmental Studies
    Assessment, analysis, evaluation and reporting of environmental issues or identified degradation, interference or conflicts, relevant to natural habitats, built environments or proposed developments including environmental impact assessment and major review of environmental factors including the formulation of appropriate action to be taken. Specialist areas: Flora and Fauna, Contaminated Ground.
  • 337 Dispute Managers
    Management of resolution of disputes arising from contracts between NSW government agencies and service providers under the NSW Government Procurement System for Construction.
  • 400 Environmental Impact Assessment
    Preparation of preliminary environmental investigation reports, environmental constraints mapping and analysis. Preparation of reviews of environmental factors (REFs), statements of environmental effects (SEEs) or summary environmental reports (SERs) for projects unlikely to have a significant environmental impact. Preparation of environmental impact statements in accordance with Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements and response to submissions reports (for designated development or other projects likely to have a significant environmental impact).
  • 401 Biodiversity/Ecological assessment
    For assessments under the Biodiversity Assessment Method – a consistent method for the assessment of biodiversity values from a proposed development (including major projects), activity, clearing or biodiversity certification, as well as improvements in biodiversity values from management actions undertaken at a stewardship site. Provide guidance on how a proponent can avoid and minimise potential biodiversity impacts, and the number and class of biodiversity credits that need to be offset to achieve a standard of 'no net loss' of biodiversity.
  • 402 Occupational hygienists
    Measure worker exposures, assess worker risks and develop controls to improve the workplace environment. Provide advice on control strategies including hazard elimination, engineering modifications, administrative controls and finally personal protective equipment.
  • 403 - Consulting Arborist
    Advisory services for tree management, including preparation of Arboricultural Reports suitable for public exhibition for rezoning proposals, undertaking arboriculture surveys (including identification of quality and condition of existing vegetation, retention value assessments, identification of tree protection zones), contribution to strategic planning documentation to be submitted to the council, supporting the urban designers, statutory planners and other consultants.
  • 404 - Bushfire modelling
    Specialised in providing advice covering fire safety requirements in bushfire zones, including bushfire planning services and the completion of bushfire assessment reports for specific properties, considering the relevant council information, studies, development control plans and other relevant policies/guidelines.
  • 405 - Aboriginal Cultural Heritage
    Comprehensive services for Aboriginal cultural heritage, for example specialist investigations, archaeological excavations, stakeholder liaison and consultation, preparation of significance assessments and conservation and management recommendations, production of high-quality reports including archaeological analysis.
  • 406 - Independent Safety Assessor
    Changes to the Transport Network that are considered to have a 'safety significant' impact require an independent third-party judgement on the validity and suitability of the safety assurance program supporting the change and ultimately the safety argument for the change.
4 - Planning
  • 208 Town Planning
    Specialist advice, design and documentation related to the urban environment to ensure the orderly development of communities.
  • 216 Compliance & Certification
    Specialist advice with respect to building regulations NOT carried out in the course of a normal architectural commission.
  • 225 - Land Surveying
    Measurement and mapping of the surrounding environment. Included subcategories: Resource surveying, engineering surveying and cadastral surveying.
  • 226 - Property Assessment Surveys and Detailed Property Assessment Surveys
    Property Assessment Surveys inspect Residential Properties (dwelling or unit) to assess the conditions of various building components within the property including identifying any defects. Detailed Property Assessment Surveys inspect high risks building elements which are associated with the whole of the building complex, including structural, hydraulic, electrical, roof inspection, trees, lifts.
  • 227 BCA and Access Consultants
    Offer building regulations consulting expert advice and derive alternative building solutions, including to ensure Building Code of Australia (BCA) related compliance and proper accessibility for people with a disability.
  • 301 Quantity Surveying
    Cost planning and estimating for architectural facilities including cashflows, cost management, cost forecasting of contract documentation.
  • 328 Value Management Facilitators
    Value Management Studies including workshop facilitation and report preparation.<BR> *Please upload 1 sample value management report based on work completed within the last 3 years*
5 - Management
  • 313 Project Management
    Project Manager for the effective and economic design and construction of projects.<BR> *Please upload a copy of: Qualification to BSB51407 Diploma of Project Management or an equivalent qualification or a higher qualification level specific to Project Management or; Certified Practicing Project Practitioner (CPPP) with the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) or similar*
  • 335 Project Director
    Project Management of planning services and activities required for capital works funding submissions (Business Case) to NSW Treasury.<BR> *Please upload a copy of: Qualification to BSB51407 Diploma of Project Management or an equivalent qualification or a higher qualification level specific to Project Management or; Certified Practicing Project Practitioner (CPPP) with the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) or similar*
  • 336 Project Manager - Planning & Delivery - Health Infrastructure
    Project Management of services to support planning, design, town planning and approval process for Health-related capital works and management of construction activities during the delivery including project management of planning by the head contractor following award of the construction contract and contract administration. Upload any applicable licenses or certifications.
6 - Security Consultants & Security Equipment Specialist
  • 500 Security Consultants & Security Equipment Specialist
    Design, documentation, site inspection, training and commissioning of electronic security systems for Correctional Centres, Court Houses, Police Stations and Juvenile Justice Centres. Special Selection Criteria and Site Conditions apply. Specialist Areas: Electronic Perimeter Security Systems, Closed Circuit Television (CCTV), Video Conferencing, Guard Tour System, Cell Call System – includes Pass Door Intercom, Access Control Systems, Intruder Alarm Systems, Duress Systems, Public Address System, MATV System, Radio System, Biometrics, X-Ray Screening System, Walk Through Metal Detectors, PABX System, Voice System (Telephones), Data System (Computers), Cabling, Conduits and Pits, Lightning Protection, Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS), Graphical User Interface (GUI) Applicants must comply with NSW Security Licensing requirements in accordance with Security Industry Act 1997, where applicable. Applicant organisations need to have in place a Master License as well as individual Operative licenses for their personnel.

Registered Consultant Questionnaire

The Applicant must answer the following questions based on the prequalification type they are applying for

Applicant Details

Authorised Representative *

Please answer the following questions using this format:

Full Name

Position

Contact Number

Email Address

Response Type: Free Text
Applicant's Acknowledgement *

In applying the applicant confirms they are:

  • I am authorised to submit this application for and on behalf of the Applicant
  • I accept that lodging an Application will evidence the Applicant's agreement to comply with the framework, system, guidelines and licensing requirements if included on the Prequalification Scheme.
  • I provide the necessary authority to enable searches and enquiries to be carried out in relation to the Application
  • I will ensure the Applicant's subcontractors, consultants and contractors comply with all relevant legal obligations
  • I accept that any compliance breach may result in the termination of an engagement and/or exclusion from the Prequalification Scheme.

Does the applicant agree to the above?

What type of organisation is your business? *
Is the organisation an Australian Disability Enterprise? *
How many years (in any country) has the organisation been in operation? *

Please enter number of years.

Response Type: Free Text
Describe the organisation's approach to the NSW Government's Skills and Training Policy. *
Response Type: Free Text
Describe how the organisation is compliant with the Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act. *
Response Type: Free Text
Provide any other applicable licenses or certifications the organisation has.
Response Type: Upload

Legal Capacity

Supplier Code of Conduct *

The Applicant confirms that the organisation enters into compliance with the NSW Supplier Code of Conduct.

If the Applicant is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander owned business, the current status is:
Fines *

Complete and upload the attached template. The applicant is to identify all fines, proceedings, prosecutions and convictions in the last two years as well as action taken by applicant to address these matters including Work Health and Safety; Environmental matters.

Fines Template

Response Type: Upload

Financial Capacity

Financial declaration *

In submitting this Application, the Applicant confirms all of the following;

  • The Applicant is financially solvent; (net tangible assets are greater than its liabilities) 
  • Not subject to insolvency proceedings and;
  • Is able to pay all debts when they are due for payment
  • The Applicant confirms that the Directors have never been insolvent or bankrupt.

Does the Applicant confirm all items listed above?

Commercial Ability

Public Liability insurance *

Please upload a copy of your certificate of currency for Public Liability insurance. A minimum amount of $5M is required to gain prequalification. 

Use the calendar feature to set the expiry date for the insurance.

Response Type: Upload & Date
Professional Indemnity Insurance *

Please upload a copy of your certificate of currency for Professional Indemnity insurance. A minimum amount of $1M is required to gain prequalification. 

Use the calendar feature to set the expiry date for the insurance.

Response Type: Upload & Date

WHS Management System 

WHS Management System

An applicant must have one of the following to prequalify.

Upload: 

  • WHS accreditation to ISO 45001 (or AS4801 until 13th July 2023); or
  • Staff having relevant qualifications in managing safety with a Certificate 4 (C4) in WHS or above such as a diploma; or
  • Two written examples of second party audit reports where applicant entity has satisfactorily overseen implementation of WHS system on a construction project.

Use the calendar feature to enter the expiry date of your relevant certification.

Note: WHS Certification is not required for Registered Category of Consultants. This is only required if you apply to become a Registered Supplier in the following categories:

• Project Manager Planning & Delivery – Health Infrastructure (Cat 336)

• Project Management (Cat 313)

• Architects: only when engaged in a project management role (Cat 200 – 204; 219; 221)

• Engineers: only when engaged in a project management role (e.g. Cat 118)

Response Type: Upload & Date

Technical Ability

Experience *

The following template is provided for Applicants to use as part of the supporting evidence to demonstrate commercial and technical abilities:

Experience Template

Response Type: Upload
Key Personnel *

Use the Key Personnel template to provide details of Directors, Partners, Managers and key senior staff.

Key Personnel Template

Response Type: Upload
Referee/ Performance Reports *

Please provide the following; 

- A completed client referee report, or; 

- A completed performance report 

Two referee/ performance reports in relation to contracts completed within the last three years are required for each category of work you are applying for and relevant $ threshold i.e. up to $250K or over $250K

Combine into one file and upload as PDF or zip file.

Referee Report Template

Response Type: Upload

Certified Consultant Questionnaire

The Applicant must answer the following questions based on the prequalification type they are applying for

Applicant Details

Authorised Representative *

Please answer the following questions using this format:

Full Name

Position

Contact Number

Email Address

Response Type: Free Text
Applicant's Acknowledgement *

In applying the applicant confirms they are:

  • I am authorised to submit this application for and on behalf of the Applicant
  • I accept that lodging an Application will evidence the Applicant's agreement to comply with the framework, system, guidelines and licensing requirements if included on the Prequalification Scheme
  • I provide the necessary authority to enable searches and enquiries to be carried out in relation to the Application
  • I will ensure the Applicant's subcontractors, consultants and contractors comply with all relevant legal obligations
  • I accept that any compliance breach may result in the termination of an engagement and/or exclusion from the Prequalification Scheme.

Does the applicant agree to be above?

What type of organisation is your business? *
Is the organisation an Australian Disability Enterprise? *
How many years (in any country) has the organisation been in operation? *

Please enter number of years.

Response Type: Free Text
Describe the organisation's approach to the NSW Government's Skills and Training Policy. *
Response Type: Free Text
Describe how the organisation is compliant with the Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act. *
Response Type: Free Text
Provide any other applicable licenses or certifications the organisation has.
Response Type: Upload

Legal Capacity

Supplier Code of Conduct *

The Applicant confirms that the organisation enters into compliance with the NSW Supplier Code of Conduct.

If the Applicant is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander owned business, the current status is:
Fines *

Complete and upload the attached template. The applicant is to identify all fines, proceedings, prosecutions and convictions in the last two years as well as action taken by applicant to address these matters including Work Health and Safety; Environmental matters.

Fines Template

Response Type: Upload

Financial Capacity

Financial declaration *

In submitting this Application, the Applicant confirms all of the following;

  • The Applicant is financially solvent; (net tangible assets are greater than its liabilities) 
  • Not subject to insolvency proceedings and;
  • Is able to pay all debts when they are due for payment
  • The Applicant confirms that the Directors havenever been insolvent or bankrupt.

Does the Applicant confirm all items listed above?

Commercial Ability

Public Liability insurance *

Please upload a copy of your certificate of currency for Public Liability insurance. A minimum amount of $5M is required to gain prequalification. 

Use the calendar feature to set the expiry date for the insurance.

Response Type: Upload & Date
Professional Indemnity Insurance *

Please upload a copy of your certificate of currency for Professional Indemnity insurance. A minimum amount of $1M is required to gain prequalification. 

Use the calendar feature to set the expiry date for the insurance.

Response Type: Upload & Date

WHS Management System

WHS Management System

An applicant must have one of the following to prequalify.

Upload: 

  • WHS accreditation to ISO 45001 (or AS4801 until 13th July 2023);or
  • Staff having relevant qualifications in managing safety with a Certificate 4 (C4) in WHS or above such as a diploma; or
  • Two written examples of second party audit reports where applicant entity has satisfactorily overseen implementation of WHS system on a construction project.

Use the calendar feature to enter the expiry date of your relevant certification.

Note: WHS Certification is required for both registered and certified categories of Consultants for following work categories:

  • Project Manager Planning & Delivery – Health Infrastructure (Cat 336)
  • Independent Safety Assessor (Work Category 406)
  • Occupational hygienists (Work Category 402)
  • Project Management (Cat 313)

Response Type: Upload & Date

Technical Ability

Quality Management Systems *

Upload:

  • Certification to AS/NZS ISO 9001 through an organization listed by JAZ ANZ, or
  • Any equivalent accreditation/certification and the Applicant’s ability to demonstrate that these accreditation/certifications are indeed equivalent to the above.

Use the calendar feature to enter the expiry date of your relevant certification.

Note: this is only required if you apply to become a Certified Supplier for this scheme.

Response Type: Upload & Date
Experience *

The following template is provided for Applicants to use as part of the supporting evidence to demonstrate commercial and technical abilities:

Experience Template

Response Type: Upload
Key Personnel *

Use the Key Personnel template to provide details of Directors, Partners, Managers and key senior staff.

Key Personnel Template

Response Type: Upload
Referee/ Performance Reports *

Please provide the following; 

- A completed client referee report, or; 

- A completed performance report 

Two referee/ performance reports in relation to contracts completed within the last three years are required for each category of work you are applying for and relevant $ threshold i.e. up to $250K or over $250K

Combine into one file and upload as PDF or zip file.

Referee Report Template

Response Type: Upload

Amendment History

  1. 13-Mar-2015 10:34am

    Publish date changed.

  2. 15-Jun-2017 4:19pm

    Scheme Conditions and guidelines are amended.

  3. 16-Jun-2017 3:45pm

    Human error happended in uploading one of the  templates. That has been fixed now

  4. 31-Jul-2017 11:50am

    The updated scheme conditions and Guidelines are in line with the scheme extension that occured on 30/06/2017

  5. 25-Aug-2017 2:11pm

    All templates are amended to across Registered and Certified Category

  6. 26-Jun-2019 2:17pm

     

    This is to notify that the Prequalification Scheme SCM1191 is being extended till 31 December 2019. No action is required from the approved suppliers.

     

  7. 16-Dec-2019 11:31am

    PLEASE NOTE: Current suppliers are not required to reapply or make changes to the application.

    The scheme has been extended with the same terms and conditions.

    The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Public Works Advisory, advises that the whole-of-government Consultants in Construction Scheme (SCM1191) has been extended to 31 December 2022.

    For more information, contact the NSW Procurement Service Centre on nswbuy@treasury.nsw.gov.au or 1800 679 289.

  8. 24-Jun-2021 2:30pm

    Dear Supplier,

    As a result of the introduction of the Enforceable Procurement Provisions (EPP) by the NSW Procurement Board, we have reviewed this scheme SCM1191and this scheme is now capped at consultancy fees of up to $9M (Ex GST). For existing suppliers prequalified on SCM191 nothing will change, and they will remain eligible for services below $9M and they will need to apply for the new categories. Please contact construction category team at consultantprequal@finance.nsw.gov.au

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