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Fit-out of the Psychology Clinic at Greenhill Enterprise Centre (GEC), Mount Helen
Issued By Federation University Australia
Advanced Tender Notice
Advance Notice
RFT 2022-19
Estimated Advertising Date:
13 December 2022 02:00 pm
Nonresidential building construction services


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Federation University Australia is seeking to engage a reputable, capable and experienced head contractor that meets the current National Construction Code and relevant Australian Standards, and will offer goods and services as defined in the documentation provided.

In order to be considered as a compliant bid, suppliers must respond to all questions listed as mandatory.

Scope of Works is defined as per the documentation attached to this RFT. Generally, works include the fit-out of the Psychology Clinic at the Greenhill Enterprise Centre (GEC), suites 2, 3, 4, 9 & 11, including:

  • 10 consulting rooms;
  • 4 telehealth consulting spaces;
  • single student workspace;
  • 4 staff offices;
  • reception and waiting room;
  • video infrastructure and duress alarms; and
  • Addressing of existing GEC base-build issues including but not limited to vibrations from plant room 2, HVAC rebalancing, swipe card system (for after-hours access) etc.

Mandatory Site Visit is Required. - All suppliers are required to post a question in the eProcure tender portal to advise of attendance.

Mandatory Site meeting details:

Greenhill Enterprise Centre
Federation University Technology Park
28 University Drive Mt Helen

Meet in main foyer.

Date: Tues 29/11/22
Time: 1:30pm

No questions will be answered on site, and any queries will need to go through the eProcure once the walk through has been completed.

If you are attending the Mandatory site visit please advise us by posting a question in the eProcure tender portal.


The evaluation panel do not want to be scrolling through pages of information to find the answer to a question.

Please ensure you respond to the questions within the tender as directed, provide a direct and succinct response to the question eg. Complete the template and upload against the question, provide a text response only or provide a clear direct and concise response in document format and upload here at this question.

In order to be considered as a conforming bid, tenderers must provide all the documents listed as conforming. All questions listed as mandatory must be responded to. Non-conforming tenders representing unacceptable levels of risk may be excluded from further consideration.

Interested parties wishing to post a submission for this tender or ask questions may only do so through the University’s eProcure Tender Portal via the following link;

Questions posed by this method will be brought to the attention of the Project Manager and their response distributed to all interested parties via the Tender Portal.

If you are having any issues with the eProcure portal itself please contact eProcure for assistance on 1800 836 337.

Unauthorised communication with University Staff or Representatives may lead to disqualification of interested party’s tender.

GROW Gippsland and GROW Central Highlands Compact Members

Federation University is a signatory of the GROW Gippsland and GROW Central Highlands Compact and is committed to revitalising and building a stronger local economy in the region by seeking opportunities to create social and economic outcomes inclusive of our Campuses. GROW Gippsland and GROW Central Highlands (Growing Regional Opportunities for Work) is a collaborative program with business, government, community organisations and individuals that seeks to strengthen regional social and economic outcomes and increase job opportunities through procurement and employment.

Federation University is seeking to appoint a supplier that will assist it to create social and local economic outcomes in the region and also work with us to publicly promote these outcomes. 

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