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Transport for NSW (Roads and Maritime Projects) / Western Harbour Tunnel Contamination drilling and testing services - 20.0000301755.1214

RFT ID 20.0000301755.1214
RFT Type Request for Proposals
Published 10-Jul-2020
Closes 14-Aug-2020 2:30pm
Category (based on UNSPSC)
81101514 - Geotechnical or geoseismic engineering
Agency TfNSW (Roads and Maritime Projects)

 
Agency Address
101 Miller St North Sydney 2060 NSW

Contact Person
Tejas Mistry
Phone: 0433073556
Tejas.Mistry@transport.nsw.gov.au

Tender Details

The Western Harbour Tunnel Contamination drilling and testing services (Project) will require drilling and sampling in a number of locations within and adjacent to the Western Harbour Tunnel.

The Project is funded by the NSW Government and is being procured and delivered by TfNSW.

TfNSW is inviting suitably experienced and qualified organisations to participate in the tender process for the Project.

To successfully participate in this tender process organisations must: 

1.    Execute (to the satisfaction of TfNSW) the Confidentiality Deed Poll to receive the tender documents and must return to TfNSW via mdptender@rms.nsw.gov.au by 11:00am (AEST) Thursday 16th  July 2020. 

2.    Have previously completed contamination investigations in a brownfield site. 

3.    Be Registered as Supplier in TfNSW Technical Registration Scheme in the category Geotechnical Investigation and Monitoring.

All Tenders must comply with the NSW Government Procurement Policy Framework (NSW Framework), NSW Government 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 https://buy.nsw.gov.au. The NSW Guidelines are available at www.industrialrelations.nsw.gov.au.

Location

NSW Regions: Northern Sydney

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.

Additional Details / Instructions

To otbain the access of tender documents, you must sign the confidentiality deed and conflict of interest and return to TfNSW via mdptenders@rms.nsw.gov.au by 11:00am (AEST) Thursday 16th July 2020. 

 

Address for Lodgement

e-tender

Multi Agency Access

No