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Tender: Tender for the Supply of Fire Safety Services, New South Wales, closes 22/06/2018 5:00 p.m. NSW ...

Waverley Council invites tenders for the carrying out of Inspection, testing, preventive maintenance and survey of Essential Services for a period of three years; plus two year; plus two year option in accordance with this request for tender.
Waverley Council has a large built portfolio comprising community properties, leased commercial properties, administrative offices, works depot, surf lifesaving clubhouses, community residential, central library, community halls, car parks both open and multi story, leased industrial properties, sports grandstands etc.
Council intends to appoint one Fire Safety Service Provider to fulfill the complete Requirement, however council has no obligation to accept any Tender. Council intends to appoint one company with demonstrated capacity, previous experience, financial and technical capability for providing the required services as a sole preferred supplier. A commitment to Work Health & Safety, sustainability and environmentally sound principles are a must.
The supplier will be responsible for the following:
· To provide systematic maintenance for the listed essential services to manufacturer's instructions or the relevant Australian standards and the designed standard of performance;
· To provide evidence in the form of records and reports of completion of the periodic inspection (including survey), testing and preventative maintenance activities required by AS1851 _ 2012;
· Annual certification of all essential services to both performance and maintenance standards; and
· For management of the annual fire safety statement (AFSS) in its entirety including systems integrated testing (SIT) with other services associated with the essential services and provides agent sign off.






Tender: High-efficiency Air-Conditioner Round, New South Wales, closes 25/06/2018 10:00 a.m. NSW ...

OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENT & HERITAGE.
HIGH-EFFICIENCY AIR-CONDITIONER ROUND (AC ROUND).
RFT ID Tender_1396.
Closes: 25 June 2018 at 10:00am.
Contact Person: Celine Bachelet. Phone: (02) 9995-6591.
Email:
Celine.Bachelet@environment.nsw.gov.au
Tender Details: The Office of Environment and Heritage recently launched the Power to Save - Household and Small Business Upgrade Program (HASBUP) to support households and small business to install energy efficient appliances and equipment. The program is part of the Energy Affordability Package announced by the NSW Premier in September 2017. This four-year program aims at:
· helping households and small businesses save energy and money, and
· building the energy efficiency market for small energy users in NSW.
The program will do this by providing over $40M of incentives through competitive funding rounds to energy efficiency service providers to deliver upgrades to households and small businesses. This will include upgrades to efficient LED lighting, air-conditioning and heating, refrigeration and hot water. The first funding round, worth $9 million (ex. GST), focused on lighting upgrades and is being delivered through the Energy Savings Scheme.
This tender supports the delivery of the High-Efficiency Air-Conditioner Round (AC Round), which will provide incentives for the installation of high-efficiency air-conditioners (ACs). The incentive is designed to shift customers that were already going to purchase an air-conditioner to purchase a more efficient AC.
Note that the incentives under the AC Round won't be delivered through the Energy Savings Scheme. Rather, the AC Round will provide a platform to test administrative and evidence gathering processes that fit well with existing industry processes. The aim is to use the experience from the AC Round to inform possible improvements to the Energy Savings Scheme to then provide longer-term incentives for high-efficiency ACs across NSW.
For further information please refer to the RFT Documents
Additional Details / Instructions:
A Tenderer briefing will be held on the date, time, and place, indicated below. The contact officer/s of the Agency will be available at that time to answer any queries regarding this RFT and the tender process generally. No more than 2 persons from each Tenderer will be permitted to attend the Tenderer briefing.
Location: Rydges World Square, 389 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW 2000.
Date: Friday 25 May 2018. Time: From 09.45 to 13.00.
Documents available from Internet Site: the following address (please click here)
















Tender: EPA Member, Northern Territory, closes 28/06/2018 Not Stated ...

NORTHERN TERRITORY ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AUTHORITY. NT EPA MEMBER.
Expression of Interest.
The Northern Territory Government is looking for two enthusiastic strategic thinkers to become non-executive members of the Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority (NT EPA).
The NT EPA is an independent statutory authority that provides advice on the environmental impacts of development proposals, undertakes regulatory activities to encourage effective waste management, pollution control and sustainable practices, and provides advice to Government on a range of environmental policy matters.
The successful candidates will have specialist skills and experience in the assessment and management of the environmental impacts of hydraulic fracturing.
To be eligible you must also demonstrate skills, knowledge and experience in one or more of the following areas:
· environmental science
· environmental and natural resource management
· waste management and pollution control
· economic analysis
· social analysis
· business
· environmental law
· management in a regulatory field.
Candidates with expertise and experience in regional areas and issues, indigenous issues, and working with the community are preferred.
Merit selection will be applied to the selection process.
A person is ineligible to be appointed as a member of the NT EPA if the person:
· is physically or mentally unable to satisfactorily perform the duties of the office
· has been found guilty of an offence that is deemed inappropriate
· is bankrupt
· is a public sector employee.
In addition, elected members of a Commonwealth, State or Territory Parliament, or local government council will not be appointed to the NT EPA.
Prior to appointment, successful candidates will be requested to sign a declaration that states they do not have any issues which renders them unsuitable for membership to the NT EPA.
Community and business groups are encouraged to nominate potential candidates; however successful candidates are to be aware that participation on the NT EPA is independent of the membership of any group. For further information refer to the Northern Territory Government Boards Handbook - A guide for members and administrators of the Northern Territory Government boards and committees (2018) available at the following address (please click
here).
Membership of the NT EPA comprises:
the Chairperson
the Chairperson of the Northern Territory Planning Commission
other members with appropriate qualifications and expertise.
The NT EPA meets six times a year, predominantly in Darwin, and conducts a significant amount of business out of session. Candidates are advised the work load will approximate to 55 days a year.
Successful candidates will be paid an annual remuneration of $40 000 before tax plus superannuation at 9.5%. Any required travel will be organised by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and a travel allowance is payable.
Appointments will commence in late 2018 for up to 3 years.
To nominate please submit a brief expression of interest, copy of your resume and details of three professional referees to:
Mr Paul Purdon, Executive Director, Environment Protection,
GPO Box 3675, Darwin NT 0801.
Email: environment.policy@nt.gov.au
Telephone: (08) 8924-4218.
Expressions of interest close on 28 June 2018.
Documents available from Internet Site:
the following address (please click here)





































Tender: Brand Collateral Project, North West, closes 11/06/2018 5:00 p.m. NSW ...

WEST COAST COUNCIL. WEST COAST BRAND COLLATERAL PROJECT.
Expressions of Interest.
Phone: (03) 6471-4700. Address: 11 Sticht Street, Queenstown, TAS, Australia 7467. Email:
wcc@westcoast.tas.gov.au
West Coast Council invites Expressions of Interests from consultants to launch and implement the new West Coast Brand into the market.
The West Coast brand will promote awareness and value for the West Coast region, its products and experiences across all industries as an essential step to drive growth in economic development.
Further information, including project documentation, is available by contacting the Economic Development & Tourism Coordinator on telephone 6471-4700 or emailing ecodev@westcoast.tas.gov.au
Expressions of Interests must be received by 5.00 pm, Monday 11 June 2018.
Dirk Dowling, General Manager.






Tender: Rising Main & Pump Well Conversion, New South Wales, closes 21/06/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

BYRON SHIRE COUNCIL. SPS4001 NEW RISING MAIN AND PUMP WELL CONVERSION.
Tender Description : This contract is for the conversion of a dry well into wet well at Byron Shire Council's Sewerage Pumping Station SPS4001 in Stuart Street Mullumbimby and the construction of 1,055m of DN225 HDPE rising main along Stuart Street and Train Street.
SPS4001 is located on the east side of Stuart Street approximately 40m south of the intersection with of Fern Street. The dry well has an internal diameter of 2.5m and is surrounded by an annular wet well with an internal diameter of 5.5m. Floor levels in the wet well vary and the floor in the dry well is 9.9m below the surface level.
Works will include the provision of bypass pumping for the duration of the SPS modification works. Reliable pumping equipment with the capacity to pump a minimum of 26 l/s must be used while modification work takes place.
The building, pumps and pipes will be removed from the station and taken from the site. The existing switchboard will be retained and reused.
Converting the dry well will include drilling core holes through the wall between the wet and dry wells to create a single wet well, forming a new base and constructing a new valve pit. All Internal concrete surface must be inspected by the contractor and made good before an epoxy coating is applied.
New pump sets, pipework, valves, pit lids and odour control equipment will be supplied and installed as part of the works.
A new rising main, SRM4001, will connect SP4001 to a manhole in Train Street, Mullumbimby. SRM4001 will be a DN225 HDPE PE100 PN16 (SDR13.6) pipe located in the road reserves of Stuart Street and Train Street. The main will be constructed using both horizontal drilling and open cut trenching methods and the connection in Train Street will be to a live sewer.
Documents can be downloaded from:
www.tendersonline.com.au/byron
If you are viewing this tender on the open tenders page of the Byron Shire Council's tender portal - login to the system to access the documentation.
If you require any assistance in accessing the documentation please contact customer support on 1800-233-996.
Closing On: 21 June 2018 at 2.00PM.
Documents available from Internet Site:
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