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-2023-929 Operation and Programming of Studio RCC

The Council of the City of Sydney ("Council") invites submissions for the carrying out of the Operation and Programming of Studio Redfern Community Centre (RCC) in accordance with this Request for Tender.

The City of Sydney invites Tenders from suitably qualified and experienced organisations for the operation and programming of the studio space at Redfern Community Centre - Studio RCC. The Redfern Community Centre is located at 29-53 Hugo Street, Redfern NSW 2016.

The Tenderer will be required to oversee all operations and programming of Studio RCC at the Redfern Community Centre. Studio RCC provides accessible and affordable rehearsal facilities, music programs, creative workshops and resources for community members who are looking to record, rehearse or extend their networking and knowledge of the contemporary music industry.

Tenderers are required to demonstrate, through a proposed methodology/ approach, their capacity to achieve the desired outcomes outlined in the tender documentation. They will also need to demonstrate their understanding of the needs of the Redfern community, music industry knowledge, have had previous experience similar projects as well as demonstrate a commitment to cultural safety, environmental sustainability principles, Child Safety, WHS and effective stakeholder engagement.

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-2023-1048 - Construction - Park and Playground - Arthur and Douglas Street Reserves, Redfern

The City of Sydney requests tenders for the carrying out of construction work for the Arthur Street Reserve and Douglas Street Park in accordance with this request.

The City has an ongoing small parks and playgrounds renewal program for parks that are in need of improvement works, replacement of end of life equipment, and to provide appropriate facilities for local residents.

Council endorsed the refined concept designs in which community feedback was incorporated.

The works include but are not limited to:

· Playground upgrade

· Plaza communal space, with more seats and tables

· New water bubbler with dog bowl

· Landscape improvements

· Pavement improvements

· Stormwater improvements

· Shade structures

· Fencing

The locations:

Arthur Street Reserve, 80 - 84 Arthur Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Douglas Street Park, 36-38 Douglas Street, Redfern NSW 2016

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T-2023-966 - Sports Field Maintenance Services

The Council of the City of Sydney ("the City") invites tenders for the carrying out of Redfern Oval maintenance services and annual sports field renovations in accordance with this Request for Tender (RFT).

The duration of the contract is seven (7) years with an initial three (3) years with option to extend two (2) + two (2) additional years. The indicative commencement date of service is 1 July 2024.

The scope services include the maintenance of Redfern Oval and the annual sports field renovation of all 13 sports fields, alongside schedule of rates service options for all sports fields within the City.

Tenderers must demonstrate that they have the capacity and resources to deliver the program they are tendering for, including when they intend to use subcontractors.

The City will assess all tender submissions based on value for money considering both qualitative criteria and overall cost.

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

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

If you have any difficulties please contact the Procurement Representative in the first instance.

Please note: Tenderlink requires all users to register on Tenderlink then log in prior to being provided access to the tender summary and documents. Please also note the timeframe to request any changes to contract, if applicable, and points of contact, as well as the timeframe to raise other questions, per the Tenderlink Forum close date.

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T 2023 973 Supply of LED Luminaires and Smart Controls

Through this tender process, the City seeks to appoint suitable contractor(s) for the Supply of LED Luminaires and the supply of Smart Controls Software & Hardware Maintenance.

The potential term of the contract is five (5) years with two (2) further optional extension periods of two (2) years each at the City's discretion. (ie: this is a 5+2+2 year opportunity.)

This tender contains two separate Lots:

- Lot 1 - Supply of LED Luminaires, and

- Lot 2 - Smart Controls Supply & Software and Hardware Maintenance.

 

Current Street and Public Lighting

The City of Sydney Local Government Area (the City) covers 26.15 square kilometres, within the Sydney metropolitan area. It comprises the Sydney Central Business District (CBD), the Rocks, Millers Point, Ultimo, Pyrmont, Surry Hills, Woolloomooloo, Kings Cross, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay, Darlinghurst, Chippendale, Darlington, Camperdown, Forest Lodge, Glebe, Alexandria, Beaconsfield, Centennial Park, Erskineville, Newtown, Redfern, Rosebery, Waterloo, and Zetland.

The City plans to replace the existing luminaires and associated equipment of these public domain lights with modern, efficient and smart LED equipment, while not compromising the level of lighting currently achieved. Also, the City also plans to install smart lighting controls covering these lights, with a supporting Central Management System and Communications Network.

There are approximately 6,775 streetlights which are currently owned and maintained by the City.

The City also owns, and is responsible for, approximately 1,245 other lights in parks and other public domain areas, excluding sports field and bespoke lighting.

Current lighting hardware deployed for street lighting is a mix of lamp technology types and includes a high proportion of LED lights, which are coming to the end of their expected life. The City's LED Replacement Program is expected to take 4 years and is scheduled to commence in the financial year 2024-25.

Tenderers must submit their responses to this Request for Tender in the manner required by this document.

General Enquires - Tender Online Forum

The tender will have a forum open for general questions from 12 February 2024 until 5 days prior to the Closing Date. Questions MUST be asked during this period of time ONLY.

Contract Inquiries - The City's procurement representative

Proposed changes to the contract(s) MUST be emailed to the City's procurement representative no later than 10 business days PRIOR to the RFT Closing Date. More information about this is found in the Tender documents attached.

The City is committed to creating opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned businesses. The City encourages First Nations People 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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E-2023-1079 Management of Leisure (Active Wellbeing) Services

The Council of the City of Sydney ("the City or Council") invites Expressions of Interest ("EOI") for the Management of Leisure (Active Wellbeing) Services under an outsourced model contract in accordance with this request.

The City owns six high-quality aquatic leisure centres that play a meaningful, pivotal, yet sustainable role in supporting the health and wellbeing of local communities.

The City is looking to enter a contract with a suitable organisation under an outsourced model with a single combined contract that gives due consideration to strategic alignment objectives, efficiencies and effectiveness, changing customer demand and other associated factors

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The new contract will focus on how the City best leverages the existing aquatic leisure community assets and the broader public domain to improve outcomes for residents and the community, contributing to our overall aims by putting people at the heart of everything we do.

The City's vision, aspirations and ambitions will play a leading role throughout the tender sourcing process. The EOI is the first stage of a two-stage process to identify and pre-select organisations whose capabilities, capacity, track records, and goals align with the City's.

The EOI will also provide an opportunity for prospective Respondents to draw on industry insights and experiences to be considered in preparing the final Request for Tender specification.

EOI responses will be assessed against the evaluation criteria. A shortlist of selected Respondents will be determined and invited to participate in the select Request for Tender process via Tenderlink.

A briefing will not be held for the EOI. Briefing/s will be conducted as part of the select Request for Tender Process.

The City may invite Respondents to an online interview to review and clarify the EOI Response and to enable the City to interview key personnel identified in the Response.

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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