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Melbourne Arts Precinct Transformation – Northern Package Main Works
Issued By Development Victoria
Advanced Tender Notice
Contract Number
Estimated Advertising Date:
23 November 2021 12:00 PM
Nonresidential building construction services - (50%)
Heavy construction services - (25%)
Specialized trade construction and maintenance services - (25%)


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Development Victoria are preparing to seek responses to a Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) to engage a Contractor to deliver the Melbourne Arts Precinct Transformation (MAPT), Northern Package Main Works (Project).

MAPT Northern Package Main Works Scope 

The Northern Package Main Works comprises of the following elements:

  • Within the Theatres Building: extension of the tanked basement (4 storeys), new loading dock / truck lifts, new back-of-house rooms, and Security Centre.
  • Theatre renewal works, plant room upgrades, and repairs to sections of ACM’s cathodic protection system.
  • The northern end of the Public Realm structure (north of Kavanagh Street) above Sturt Street.
  • Shared services infrastructure for the MAPT precinct.

Expression of Interest

Development Victoria will complete the procurement via an Open EOI followed by a tender process for invited shortlisted Bidders. The tender process may involve multiple stages and/or early contractor involvement. The works will be contracted under a Managing Contractor or Design & Construct contract.

Local Jobs First Policy and the Victorian Government’s Social Procurement Framework apply to this procurement.

Contract Type(s):

  • Early Contractor Involvement Contract.
  • Amended Design and Construct or Managing Contractor.

Contractor Prequalification: Experience delivering infrastructure projects greater than $200 million.