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NSW Department of Communities and Justice / Concept Design for the Renovation and Reuse of Hospital Road Court Building, Sydney - RFT144

RFT ID RFT144
RFT Type Pre-Qualified / Invited
Published 22-Dec-2006
Closes 25-Jan-2007 11:00am
Category (based on UNSPSC)
80000000 - Management and Business Professionals and Administrative Services
Agency Z Archived Agencies


Contact Person
Simon Furness
Phone: 02 9228-7188
Mobile: 0421 097 131
simon_furness@agd.nsw.gov.au

Tender Details

Develop a concept design for additions and alterations to Hospital Road Courts to provide a cost-effective solution to accommodate present and future criminal jury court requirements in Sydney CBD. The design must make the best possible use of the existing high-value asset, with a focus on re-use or adaptation of its existing facilities.

The additions and alterations will allow for five courts and associated facilities reflecting the current AGD Court Design Guidelines. It will also allow for the upgrading of the building in accordance with BCAs as far as practically achievable. The Services include a cost report sufficient for budget planning.

Location

NSW Regions: Sydney

RFT Type

Pre-Qualified / Invited - Only those directly invited to tender, may obtain an RFT for the purpose of lodging a tender response. Generally an invitation from a pre-qualified register of approved tenderers who have the ability to undertake the particular work or type of work proposed, a limited number of service providers are known to carry out the work or service (or in emergency or other restricted situations). Tenderers have usually been pre-qualified, accredited, or selected for the type of work and financial range. Competitive bids called from a standing offer (panel / period) contracts would also use this type.

Additional Details / Instructions

Existing plans and some other relevant documentation is available on request.

The engagement requires at least one workshop involving all regular court users, and a number of smaller consultations with both Supreme Court and AGD Officers.