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Tender: Expressions of Interest - Outdoor Equestrian Arena, Tamworth NSW, New South Wales, closes 18/07/2017 11:00 a.m. NSW ...

Tamworth Regional Council is managing the design and construction of an outdoor equestrian arena to be located within the Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre [AELEC] located in Tamworth NSW.
Council has determined that the arena is to be 'State of the Art' to International Standard in order to attract elite level competitions. The arena dimensions are 100metres X 100metres.
The events to be staged will be:
carriage driving; and
show riding.
Council invites Expressions of Interest from specialist arena building companies to design the arena, from base to finished surface.
The commission and method of delivery can be;
design and supervision only for construction by others; or
design and construct.
The Expression of Interest should include high level technical details including construction, maintenance programmes and 'Order of Costs'.
Companies are to supply details of relevant experience and identify arenas already constructed and contact details for clients who can provide references and information in respect of performance of the surface.
The arena has received Development Approval and is programmed for completion in late 2017.
Expressions of Interest, sealed and endorsed: AELEC Outdoor Arena Surface E107/2017 will be received by 11.00am AEST Tuesday 18 July 2017
Further information can be obtained from Tenderlink, or by contacting Mark Gardiner (02) 6767 5016 or
All questions and their answers will be posted on the Tenderlink forum (see online forum option below)

Tender: PSA 2608 - Supply and Delivery of Electromagnetic Flow Meters, Queensland, closes 18/07/2017 4:30 p.m. NSW ...

Cairns Regional Council is inviting submissions from suitably qualified and experienced suppliers for the supply and delivery of electromagnetic flow meters.
Enquiries: Tender enquiries, questions or clarifications should be directed via the online forum. Cairns Regional Council officers are unable to respond to verbal enquiries in relation to the tender. The forum will close five (5) days prior to the tender closing time and date. Please ensure that all questions, information requests and clarifications are posted prior to this time.
Lodgement of Submissions: Completed responses must be lodged by uploading the submission to Tenderlink, using the response forms within the tender documentation.
We strongly recommend that you begin uploading your tender submission files at least two (2) hours BEFORE tender closing.
Closing Time and Date: The tender closes at 4:30 PM on 18 July 2017. Submissions must be fully received by this time. Late, verbal or emailed tenders will not be accepted.
Submissions will not be opened publicly. The lowest or any tender may not necessarily be accepted.
Council reserve the right to change the tender specifications prior to making a decision on the submissions received in response to this invitation.
Council may invite all Tenderers to change their submission to take into account any change in the tender specifications.
For technical issues or general assistance to register, download documents or upload your tender submission on this website, please contact Tenderlink Support Help Desk on 1800 233 533 or email

Tender: Electronic Development Application Management System, Queensland, closes 10/07/2017 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

Number: eDAMS2017.
Tender Overview: The Queensland Government is seeking Proposals for a Managed Service for eDAM (Electronic Development Application Management).
The desired service specifically includes:
· Transition-in;
· Ongoing support;
· Application maintenance;
· Enhancements.
It does not include wholesale system reform / replacement.
Contacts: David Benson, Type: Contractual, phone: (07) 3066-3737, email:
Closes on Monday 10 July 2017 at 2:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Documents available from Internet Site: the following address (please click Tender: Early Market Engagement Notice - eDam Management Partner, Queensland, closes 07/07/2017 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

Tender Overview: Early Market Engagement Notice:
eDAM is an application built on a SharePoint 2013 Platform, utilising K2 Blackpearl as a means of facilitating necessary workflow within the system. It is a bespoke solution specifically designed and configured to meet TMR requirements.
eDAM facilitates state-wide consistent management of development applications made to TMR and is the sole corporate record system for development applications.
eDAM supports the processing of DAs by:
· Providing standard workflows for management, assessment and documentation of development applications; and
· Generating standardised documents, correspondence, notifications and conditions via system generated content based on approved templates.
1. Objectives of the procurement
The ITO process contemplated will seek to engage a supplier to provide a managed service for the support, maintenance and hosting of eDAM.
1.1 In scope
The procurement activity is to establish a primary contract with a vendor for a period of up to 5 years for the following products and services (as a managed service):
· Transition-in plan & activities
· Ongoing application management and support
· Application and data hosting
· Application enhancements
· Transition-out plan & activities
1.2 Out of scope
The ITO process will not look to deliver wholesale system reform/replacement or significant architectural change to the eDAM System.
2. Time Frame
2.1 Early Market Engagement
TMR intend to raise awareness of this procurement within the local market by conducting an informal early market engagement. This will take the form of a high level Information Session on the eDAM Solution, TMR's requirements, as well as the eDAM ITO and contracting process. The briefing will take place on Friday 7th July, 2017. Vendors wishing to participate in the briefing should notify their interest to: by Tuesday 4th July 2017.
2.2 Open Market Invitation
TMR intend to issue a formal Invitation to Offer via QTenders in July 2017.
Contacts: David Benson, Type: Contractual, phone: (07) 3066-3737, email:
Closes on Friday 7th July 2017 at 2:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Briefing: A briefing session will be held at 61 Mary Street, Brisbane, on 7th July 2017 at 11:10am. Please confirm your attendance by COB Tuesday 4th July. Please arrive at 61 Mary Street by 11:00am to allow sufficient time for sign-in.
Documents available from Internet Site: the following address (please click Tender: Enhanced Bushfire Research Hub, New South Wales, closes 07/08/2017 10:00 a.m. NSW ...

RFT ID tender_880.
Closes: 7th August 2017 at 10:00am.
Contact Person: Gregory Summerell. Phone: 6932-9121.
Tender Details: The National Parks and Wildlife Act (1974) is a core piece of legislation defining the conservation responsibilities of the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service. In the context of bushfire, the agency is focused on reducing or mitigating the risk from bushfire to life, property, and cultural and natural heritage. Consistent with the NPWS Act, fire management aims to deliver effective and ecologically sustainable fire regimes that conserve biodiversity and heritage values, maximise carbon storage, foster hosting of recreational and tourism opportunities, and provide ecological services such as production of clean water while mitigating the risks to these diverse values. An increasing area of the NSW conservation estate is being managed jointly by NPWS and traditional Indigenous owners.
Managing parks to protect 'places, objects and features of significance to Aboriginal people' is mandated under the National Parks and Wildlife Act (1974).
Because bushfire is such a complex phenomenon and operates at a landscape scale, regardless of land tenure, achieving organisational goals and legislated responsibilities is not a trivial task, and must be informed by knowledge, much of which is fragmented and rudimentary, where it exists at all. Increasingly, fire management in Australia is undertaken within a risk framework, where the objective of management is to mitigate risk to multiple requirements. Research is therefore critical to the development of cost-effective policies and management practices that mitigate bushfire risk, such that NPWS and its partner management organisations can achieve their land management objectives.
Over the years, OEH has developed in-house fire research capability to inform the management and policy actions needed to give effect to the objects in this Act and support other priorities. However, fire management in the 21st century is becoming increasingly complex. In response, OEH has expanded its research capacity in the areas of fire management, fire effects and fire behaviour through a co-investment model with the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS), several universities, especially the University of Wollongong (through the Centre for Environmental Risk Management of Bushfires: CERMB), and the Bushfire and Natural Hazards Co-operative Research Centre.
This model has allowed OEH to encourage high quality research in areas needed to enhance support for its policy and land management decisions, thus expanding on the in-house capacity of its own researchers. A significant part of the research conducted through CERMB has been by collaboration between OEH research staff and university-based researchers employed by the Centre.
For further information please download the RFT Documents.
Documents available from Internet Site: the following address (please click here)

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