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Transport for NSW (Roads and Maritime Projects) / Passive Fire Systems Repair, Tugun Bypass Tunnel - 21.0000129164.0852

RFT ID 21.0000129164.0852
RFT Type Request for Proposals
Published 5-May-2021
Closes 16-Jun-2021 2:30pm
Category (based on UNSPSC)
95121634 - Road tunnel
Agency Transport for NSW (Roads and Maritime Projects)

Contact Person
Nalini Chand
Phone: 0297944796

Tender Details

Request for Proposal are invited for the repair of the passive fire protection systems at the Tugun Bypass Tunnel according to Transport for NSW (TfNSW) specifications G1 “Job Specific Requirements”, and TT-01 “Passive Fire Protection System Repair Works”.

The scope of work includes the repair of the passive fire protection system on the tunnel soffit and walls. The scope of work is an outcome based specification whereby market (as industry experts) are encouraged to propose practical delivery solutions. 

The works are located at the Tugun Bypass Tunnel, M1 Pacific Motorway Tweed Heads West. The tunnel passes under Gold Coast Airport.

A mandatory pre-tender briefing and site inspection is scheduled at 8pm Sydney AEST time on Wednesday 19 May 2021 at Tugun Bypass Tunnel.

Proponents must confirm their attendance for the pre-tender briefing by COB Monday 17 May 2021 by emailing subject heading stating ‘pre-tender briefing attendance confirmation – 21.0000129164.0852 - Passive Fire Systems Repair, Tugun Bypass Tunnel’.

All proponents must comply with the New South Wales Government's Procurement Policy Framework (NSW Framework), Supplier Code of Conduct (NSW Code) and New South Wales Industrial Relations Guidelines: Building and Construction Procurement (NSW Guidelines).

Copies of the NSW Framework and NSW Code are available at The NSW Guidelines are available at



NSW Regions: Far North Coast

RFT Type

Request for Proposals - An invitation for expressions of interest / seeking preliminary proposals. In many cases these may be used as a basis for shortlisting tenderers, along with other criteria such as expertise and experience. Prospective tenderers are initially evaluated for their proposal against the relevant selection criteria. A number of those who best meet the criteria are invited to tender. For complex or some other types of procurement, where the product or service outcomes are highly dependent on the content of the proposals received from Tenderers, the outcome may be negotiated.

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