|RFx ID :||18678481|
|Tender Name :||Auckland Transport - Roading Professional Services|
|Reference # :||323-17-718-PS|
|Open Date :||Friday, 19 May 2017 2:30 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Close Date :||Friday, 7 July 2017 2:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Tender Type :||Request for Proposals (RFP)|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
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Auckland Transport wishes to engage Specialist Consultants to provide Roading Asset Management services for its Roading Network in four separate contract areas. The contract will be managed by the Asset Management & Systems team (AMS) and seeks to improve upon the existing contract ending in June 2017.
The AMS team is part of the Auckland Transport (AT) Assets and Maintenance Group (A and M). It creates and maintains asset management plans for all AT assets based on accurate data. To do so the team manages the inspection and monitoring of the condition of the assets and actions a prioritised programme for scheduled maintenance, renewals and improvements.
This RFP is one of a group of seven tenders being undertaken simultaneously to replace the full suite of Asset Management Professional Services contracts in use by the AMS team. It enables a modified strategy for work grouping and an opportunity to introduce new technology to the contract.
For this RFP the regional network is split into in four contract areas (North, West, Central and South). For clarity this RFP will award 4 contracts for the four contract areas, Participants will need to submit separate Non Price response Templates, Price Response templates and Schedules of Prices for each contract area.
It is likely that information will be repeated in the four non price response templates (e.g. Capability, Track Record, Methodology, some Skills information). Please see the rules following in “Section 3.1.2 Consortia, Joint Ventures” and “Section 3.1.3 Contract Package limitations”. Also “Section 1.5 Submitting your Proposal” on how to submit the separate contract responses.
AT values a long-term relationship with its suppliers and the resultant ability to deliver consistent quality outcomes within a complex environment. In recognition of this, the contract’s term will be set for 3+1+1 years, with the contract extensions subject to Suppliers' performance.
Auckland Transport is seeking to engage a suitably qualified consultants to undertake road condition surveys, rating and forward works planning for AT's roading network. The services provided must be accurate and in a format that integrates with the RAMM data base and asset management system employed by AT.
This tender has been awarded to