Open tenders and expressions of interest

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Open public tenders and expressions of interest can be accessed and downloaded through Tenderlink, our external e-tendering portal.

Here is a summary list of the open tenders and expressions of interest.

T-2024-1238 - Consultancy Head Design - Quietway - Surry Hills to Central

The City of Sydney ("the City") invites Requests for Tender for the carrying out of consultancy head design services for the Quietway - Surry Hills to Central project in accordance with this request.

This consultancy engagement will deliver cycle facilities to allow a bike network connection between Arthur Street (from South Dowling Street) and Cooper Street (from Elizabeth Street) in Surry Hills.

The City is seeking to engage a suitably qualified Consultant team to improve the bike network connection in line with the City's Strategic design, including undertaking all the necessary services and deliverables in the following stages of work:

- Stage 1 - Design Development and Development Approvals

- Stage 2 - Detail Design Documentation and Tender

- Stage 3 - Construction Stage Services

Tenderers must submit tenders in the manner required by this request for tender.

The City is committed to creating opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned businesses. The City encourages First Nations People owned and operated businesses, Local SME, Start ups as well as social enterprises (including Cooperatives) to work with us and respond to this opportunity.

NOTE: any contract departures need to be submitted to the Procurement Representative at least 5 working days before the closing close.

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T-2024-1268 - Design and Construct - Seawater Source Heat Pumps - Andrew Boy Charlton Pool

The City of Sydney ("the City") invites Requests for Tender for the carrying out of Design and Construct for Seawater Source Heat Pumps at Andrew Boy Charlton (ABC) Pool in accordance with this request for tender.

Background

To reduce the direct carbon emissions from gas fired equipment, the City is looking to convert ABC Pool to an all-electric equipment facility. This will allow greater amounts of on-site renewable energy to be utilised and residual power requirements to be sourced from off-site renewable energy via a PPA.

This project aims to replace aged plant with modern efficient and reliable plant that will provide high service levels while also contributing to the City's emission reduction goals.

Project Overview

1. Eliminate 100% of the site's natural gas use including:

a. Pool heating

b. Domestic hot water

2. Replace any pool pump and filtration support equipment at end of life (excluding pool filtration).

Tenderers must submit tenders in the manner required by this request for tender.

The City is committed to creating opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned businesses. The City encourages First Nations People owned and operated businesses, Local SME, Start ups as well as social enterprises (including Cooperatives) to work with us and respond to this opportunity.

NOTES:

- there is a site visit for this RFT. Refer to Part A, 2.3 for details

- any contract departures need to be submitted to the Procurement Representative at least 5 working days before the closing close.

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Q-2024-1304 Part A Request for Quote - Autodesk subscription renewal

The Council of the City of Sydney ("the City") invites Requests for Quote for the purposes of completing and supporting the maintenance of our Autodesk licenses.

City of Sydney are seeking quotes for the support and maintenance of its current 48 Autodesk AEC Collection single-user licenses for a 3 years (from August 2024 to August 2027). The current support on these licenses currently ends on 14 August 2024.

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T-2024-1249 - Design and Construct - Head Contractor Passive Installations - 307 Pitt Street, Sydney

The City of Sydney ("the City") invites Requests for Tender for the carrying out the Design and Construction of Head Contractor Passive (fire stopping) installations for Stage 4B - 307 Pitt Street Sydney (The Project), in accordance with this request.

307 Pitt Street consists of an existing 15-storey commercial building that includes a basement carpark, retail on ground floor and office levels above. These project works are called for in response to a Fire Order issued by the City of Sydney on 9 May 2019. Subsequent amendments have been made to the Fire Order, with the latest version being dated 21 November 2022. At the time of preparing this RFT, the City has requested a Fire order extension until December 2025.

Works first commenced May 2020. Since this date, the scope requirements have evolved leading to the current phase, Stage 4B. This stage proposes to close out all works required to satisfy the Fire Order.

Stage 4B construction works are to be delivered as a Design & Construct (D&C) delivery model, satisfying scope identified from a 2023 building wide passive audit and Fire Safety Engineering design. Engineering support has been provided by Core Pty Ltd and Fire Safety Engineering support and Fire Engineering reporting by Fahrenheit Pty Ltd.

The 307 Pitt Street building is estimated to be more than 30 years old and its construction includes structural limitations that make it impossible to fully comply with the current National Construction Code (NCC), Building Code of Australia (BCA) and the relevant Australian Standards without major building alterations.

A building wide Fire Safety Strategy Upgrade Report (FSSUR) has been prepared by Fahrenheit to achieve an acceptable level of fire safety for the occupants and the building.

The FSSUR has been prepared as a fire safety upgrade strategy that allows the current non-compliances to achieve an acceptable level of fire safety in line with the intent and performance requirements of the NCC and BCA. The FSSUR document outlines the Project scope requirements of the passive fire stopping.

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T-2024-1227 Street Banner Installation and Dismantling Services

The Council of the City of Sydney (the City) invites tenders for the carrying out of Installation and Dismantlement of Street Banners in accordance with this Request for Tender.

 

The City is responsible for the management of a street banner network throughout the City of Sydney area. City Banners promote festivals, sporting, arts, charity, business and cultural events open to the general public, as well as community messaging.

 

The City is seeking a supplier to:

- Receive and store printed banners until installation date;

- Install Simple (one design) and Complex (multiple designs) banner campaigns, as per the provided sequencing instructions;

- Dismantle banner campaigns;

- Return banners to hirers OR store until they are picked up for recycling by the City's supplier;

- Store City-owned banners until they are next required (for example, Christmas banners to be stored after dismantling in January and until installation in November). Based on historical data, the indicative quantity of banners requiring long term storage is approximately 3,500;

- Wash, label and pack banners (optional).

The Term of the Agreement is for a two year period.

The City will hold a public online tender briefing via Teams at 12:30pm on Thursday 27th June 2024 (maximum 1 hour).

Any tenderer wishing to attend the briefing session must register their interest with the City's Contact Person, &lt;a href=&quot;mailto:<a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a>&quot;&gt;<a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a>&lt;/a&gt; by midday on Wednesday, 26th June 2024.

This is an opportunity for potential Tenderers to hear from the City's representatives prior to submitting the RFT. It is strongly recommended bidders attend the briefing.

The City is committed to creating opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned businesses. The City encourages First Nations People owned and operated businesses, Local SME, Start ups as well as social enterprises (including Cooperatives) to work with us and respond to this opportunity.

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T-2024-1283 Spatial Tenancy Data

The Council of the City of Sydney ("the City") invites tenders to provide Spatial Tenancy Data, in accordance with this Request for Tender.

The City wishes to access tenancy data for commercial properties, inclusive of office, retail, and industrial spaces, located within the City of Sydney local government area (LGA). This database should visualise data in a spatial and/or tabular format for the entire LGA, with the possibility of focussing on smaller geographies at the level of city blocks.

The database must deliver reliable, accurate, and current data on commercial property tenancy in the LGA. It must also be easily accessible and navigable by users.

Tenderers must submit tenders in the manner required by this document.

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