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Tender: AV Code Developer to Support and Develop a Single Enterprise Fleet AV Code, Victoria, closes 17/08/2018 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

The eSolutions AV team manages AV designs and installations across the University. In order to simplify and standardise the AV room controller experience across the University locations, Monash has had a customised controller code developed.
The unique approach of a single code base that is installed and configured per room is a massive disruption to the AV industry tradition of custom programs for each AV installation - introducing inconsistencies, bugs and a poor user experience.
The nature of the universal code has allowed bug fixes and feature enhancements to be rolled out across the whole Monash fleet on an annual basis using specially designed fleet management software.
The existing Monash Crestron code and associated enterprise tools has been developed by an external AV control code developer over the past few years, based on Monash's detailed functional requirements.
Monash University is seeking an experienced AV developer to partner with and continue to develop and support its universal AV code base.
Your organisation will have significant experience in developing a single A.V. Controller code base across a fleet of AV systems, preferably in the university sector. It will have developed and supported this software for a number of years with multiple clients and built the platform to cater for an extensive variety of AV manufacturers simultaneously eg: different display manufacturers, a range of switching systems, sizes and configurations.




Tender: EOI 2-2018 - Connect South Mends Street Project Construction, Western Australia, closes 14/08/2018 4:00 p.m. NSW ...

Connect South is a major project to enhance and invigorate the Mends Street precinct and foreshore area by creating a positive environment, both economically and socially. The project is focused on improving public amenity via place activation, wayfinding, access to transport and greater economic opportunity.
The Connect South Mends Street project will improve the amenity of Mends Street between the foreshore and Mill Point Road, by providing a shared environment for all users. The street / foreshore Piazza will create a Mends Street identity for the precinct that will provide a 'gateway' and integral connection to the South Perth Foreshore, the Perth Zoo and the surrounding Civic precinct.
From a successful application for funding through the National Stronger Regions Fund, a Project Team has been secured by the City of South Perth (CoSP) to deliver this critical node in the SPF. This team in consultation with the significant number of stakeholders has developed a Concept Design (masterplan) which meets the objectives of the Connect South Project (broader precinct), and includes a Stage 1 scope which relates to the Connect South Mends Street (CSMS) project. The stage one works will include the creation of a natural green area, plaza, jetty link, canopies, seating Duchess and close encounter sculpture walk together with a raised shared space intersection that will connect the foreshore to Mends Street.
The City intends to appoint a suitably experienced and qualified contractor to undertake the construction works for stage 1. The Connect South vision is based on the creation of a high quality landscaped "place", which will add value to the wider precinct. It is of the utmost importance to the Project that the Contractor who is awarded the works in the future, understands the importance of integrating key infrastructure and services, with the landscape designed. The City is equally keen to ensure there is minimal disruption to businesses and residents during the construction phase and wishes to appoint a contractor with a proven record in communicating with adjoining land owners and other stakeholders.


Tender: Papua New Guinea Transport Sector Funding Study, Australia, closes 10/08/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

TRANSPORT SECTOR SUPPORT PROGRAM. PAPUA NEW GUINEA TRANSPORT SECTOR FUNDING STUDY.
Call for Expressions of Interest.
On behalf of the Government of Papua New Guinea (GoPNG), the Transport Sector Support Program (TSSP) is seeking the services of a highly qualified consultancy firm to carry out the Papua New Guinea Transport Sector Funding Study.
This request for Expression of Interest (EOI) from firms with experience in transport sector funding in developing countries is the first step, after which a short list of qualified firms will be invited to respond to detailed terms of reference for the study.
The purpose of this study is to enable government, transport sector entities, central agencies, development partners, the private sector, and other stakeholders to work together towards identifying an achievable and sustainable transport sector funding framework based on a realistic projection of revenue capabilities for the sector.
Appropriately qualified consultants may obtain further information in the EOI documents which may be obtained by contacting
eoitsfs@pngtssp.com
Expressions of interest must be delivered as described in the EOI documents by 2.00 pm on 10 August 2018.
Shortlisted consultants will be invited to submit full proposals and the selected consultant will be contracted by the TSSP Managing Contractor, GHD Australia Pty Ltd. TSSP is an Australian aid program funded by the Australian Government.
Tender submission closes: 2.00 (PNG time) Friday 10 August 2018.







Tender: Industry Briefing Slides - Integrated Engineering Services, Queensland, closes 19/11/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

QUEENSLAND URBAN UTILITIES. INTEGRATED ENGINEERING SERVICES INDUSTRY BRIEFING SLIDES.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST. Number: na.
Tender Overview: Please find attached the presentation slides from the industry briefing held 4th July 2018.
Closes on Monday 19 November 2018 at 2:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Enquiries: Nicola Burgess, phone: 3855-6547,
email:
nicola.burgess@urbanutilities.com.au
Documents available from Internet Site: the following address (please click Tender: Provision of HVAC Upgrade, Queensland, closes 23/08/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

METRO SOUTH HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICE. PROVISION OF HVAC UPGRADE INALA COMMUNITY HEALTH AND CASUARINA LODGE PRIORITY CAPITAL PROGRAM - ROUND 4, PACKAGE 1.
INVITATION TO OFFER. Number: MSHPSU163.
Tender Overview: The Priority Capital Program (PCP) was developed in response to a recommendation made by the Cabinet Budget Review Committee (CBRC), on November 2009. The recommendation was in response to concerns that Queensland Health's capital program was heavily committed and had very limited capacity to address the portfolios asset renewal and replacement requirements.
MSHHS is seeking to engage suitably experienced organisation/s to undertake the required construction works for the two (2) HVAC Upgrade projects through a Construct Only style contract.
The two (2) projects are as follows:
· Inala Community Health - Replacement of Chillers, Roof membrane and Air Handling Units.
· Casuarina Lodge - Replacement of Variable Refrigerant Flow Condensing units and DX ducted split Fan Coil Units.
Attendance at all the following Site Visits is a mandatory requirement for this ITO.
An Industry Briefing will be held at Garden City Office Park, Building 19, Ground Floor Conference Room 2 prior to the Site Visit the time and location below is for the Industry Briefing.
Note: A maximum of 3 representatives per organisation at the Industry Brief and each site visit. Please wear closed in shoes.
It is advised that all supporting documentation including construction specifications and drawings are reviewed prior to the scheduled industry briefing and site visits.
RSVP: Offerors shall RSVP for the site visit by emailing the Contact Officer by 2.00pm 30 July 2018.
It is mandatory for Offerors to attend the Industry Brief and the relevant sites the Offeror will be offering for.
Enquiries: Kathryn Edgeworth, phone: 3069-4661,
email:
kathryn.edgeworth@health.qld.gov.au
Closes on Thursday 23 August 2018 at 2:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Site Visit: A site visit will be held at Garden City Office Park, Building 19, Ground Floor Conference Room 2, Eight Mile Plains, on 31 July 2018 at 9:30am. An Industry Briefing will be held at Garden City Office Park, Building 19, Ground Floor Conference Room 2 prior to the Site Visits. Construction documentation specification and drawings should be reviewed prior to industry brief and site visits. Attendance at the briefing is a pre-requisite to submission and consideration of a bid.
Documents available from Internet Site: the following address (please click Tender: Female Founders Program, Queensland, closes 16/08/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

DEPARTMENT OF INNOVATION TOURISM INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT AND THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES. FEMALE FOUNDERS PROGRAM.
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION. Number: DITID100.
Tender Overview: The Innovation Division of the Department of Innovation, Tourism Industry Development and the Commonwealth Games (DITID) is approaching the market for suppliers to deliver the Female Founders Advance Queensland program.
An open procurement process will be conducted to identify a solution to the issues of under-representation of women in the Queensland startup ecosystem.
Through a comprehensive consultation process with female stakeholders in the Queensland startup ecosystem, several issues were identified as core barriers for female founders. Any potential suppliers will be proposing a project methodology which specifically addresses these barriers and issues.
Enquiries: Chris Mclellan, phone: 3719-7856,
email:
christopher.mclellan@qld.gov.au
Closes on Thursday 16 August 2018 at 2:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
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