|RFx ID :||19593800|
|Tender Name :||Auckland Transport Quantity Surveying Services - Downtown Infrastructure Development Programme|
|Reference # :||365-18-549-PS|
|Open Date :||Wednesday, 4 April 2018 9:00 AM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Close Date :||Thursday, 26 April 2018 5:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Tender Type :||Request for Proposals (RFP)|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
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This Request for Proposal (RFP) is an invitation to suitably qualified participants to submit a proposal for the Downtown Infrastructure Development Programme (DIDP) – Quantity Surveying Services.
This RFP is to appoint a Quantity Surveyor for the DIDP; the DIDP is a large and complex programme and this is a significant Quantity Surveyor contract for a suitably qualified and experienced team. The Quantity Surveyor will be brought on at the early formative stage of the programme and requires close collaboration and integration with the DIDP client team. The contract from this RFP is intended to run through to December 2020.
The scope of services includes providing quantity surveyor and cost management services for feasibility, investigation, design and construction for the DIDP works at all stages of the programme for internal and external costs. The QS services will be contracted to one company Programme wide, to include the Marine Works, Streetscape Works and Programme support.
The budget for the programme works is $220Million. The Marine works (Projects a, d, e, f above) will be procured via ECI with Contractor appointment for Pre-construction Services to commence May 2018.
The Downtown Infrastructure Development Programme (DIDP) is a series of six major Projects that are all based around Quay St in the CBD of Auckland City. These are:
a. Quay St Seawall seismic upgrade
b. Britomart East Bus Interchange (BEBI), including associated streetscape upgrade
c. Streetscape upgrade of the central block of Quay St, through to Viaduct East
d. Construction of the Downtown Public Spaces (within the Ferry Basin)
e. Relocation of Piers 3 and 4 to Queens Wharf west
f. Construction of mooring dolphins to the north of Queens Wharf, and associated wharf work.
These works are being driven by the importance of upgrading the Quay St seawall, but there is a window of opportunity to complete these and upgrade the Downtown area prior to the Americas Cup (AC36) and APEC in 2021, the opening of the Commercial Bay development, and while the CRL construction is underway.
Each of the projects are at different stages of design and are expected to go through slightly different design stages and procurements for their associated Contractors.