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- Nathan Garlick
- [email protected]
Cathodic Protection Services: Maintenance, testing and minor works
Yarra Valley Water ( YVW) is seeking to enter into a contractual agreement with a Cathodic Protection services provider for YVW's Cathodic Protection Program. The main purpose of this program is to minimise corrosion of water storage tanks and metal pipelines. By protecting these assets against corrosion, YVW can extend the life of its assets to prevent against early failure and subsequent replacement of the asset.
The proposed service commencement date of the Contract is 5 July 2023.
The objectives of this contract are to ensure that:
- YVW meets all legislative requirements relating to Cathodic Protection
- YVW’s metallic assets are sufficiently protected from corrosion to increase their operational life
- YVW’s existing Cathodic Protection assets are maintained to meet operational and safety requirements
Please be advised that suppliers will need to register at https://eprocure.com.au/yvw in order to download the RFT documents and submit a response. Any queries regarding this tender can be directed to the Q&A Forum at https://eprocure.com.au/yvw.
Please note there will be a tender brieifing held via MS Teams 22 November 2022 which requires RSVP.
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The opportunity is a multi-year contract with extension options. Given the projected value several Victorian Frameworks will be applicable to the tender including:
- Fair Job Code - This is a new Victorian Government Policy Requirement
- Local Jobs First (LJF)
- Victorian Supplier Code of Conduct (SCOC)
We draw your attention to the Fair Job Code which is a new Victorian Government policy requirement. Tenderers will need to provide a pre-assessment certificate, from the Fair Jobs Code Unit, as part of the tender response. Therefore, it is strongly advised that interested tenderers review the website and apply for the certificate as soon as possible. Please go to the following website for further information - https://www.buyingfor.vic.gov.au/fair-jobs-code-suppliers-and-businesses. The certificate is valid for 2 years and may be used on other tender processes. Further information on LJF and the SCOC, along with the Fair Job Code, is provided with the tender.