- Simon Crocos
- Phone: +61 (04) 29237355
- Engineering Enquiries
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Note this is a FORWARD NOTICE only. Further tender details will be provided when the tender is released.
Please be aware North East Water will not be engaging individual suppliers for this project, purchasing of components and products will be completed by the Principal Contractor who will be the successful tenderer, winning bidder details will be uploaded to Buying for Victoria post tender evaluation.
North East Water intends to remediate the concrete liner of the 16 Mega Litre Wodonga High Level Water Storage, located off Donnington Drive in Wodonga. The integrity of the storage currently causes unacceptable water losses due to failed joint seals and increasingly porous concrete panels. North East Water has determined the most effective course of remediation will be the installation of a two part, spray on Polyurea liner. The works will be required to be completed in a limited timeframe during the low water demand winter months.
North East Water has condition reports that will be issued as part of an RfT to the open market seeking to engage a suitably qualified and experienced Principal Contractor under a construction contract to deliver this project.
North East Water requires a Principal Contractor that must have a supplier management system that is fully certified by a certifying body against one of the standards / assurance systems listed by both the Department of Treasury (DTF) & Finance and WorkSafe. For contracts of less than $500k the tenderer must be able to demonstrate compliance with the DTF’s 12-point evaluation criteria. A detailed guide on the mandatory OHS management criteria is available on the DTF’s Practitioners Toolkit – Document library page
Tenderers must have one of the following approved OHS assurance systems that is independently certified/audited for currency, to be considered eligible to participate in this tender:
(a) ‘Safety Map’;
(b) AS 4801 2001: OHS Management Systems;
(c) Civil Contractors Federation Management Code;
(d) Australian Government Building and Construction WHS Accreditation Scheme; and
(e) ISO 45001 2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems.