|RFx ID :||21032198|
|Tender Name :||Asbestos Removalist Panel – Class A and B|
|Reference # :||19PROCEE015|
|Open Date :||Wednesday, 15 May 2019 7:00 AM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Close Date :||Wednesday, 12 June 2019 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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The Canterbury District Health Board (the CDHB) and the West Coast District Health Board (the WCDHB), both publicly owned Health and Disability Organisations, invite you to submit a Proposal for consideration of inclusion on the Asbestos Removalist Panel for Contractors (“the Panel”).
This Panel is intended to provide the CDHB and WCDHB with faster access to appropriately skilled and experienced suppliers and will be established under Rule 54 of the New Zealand Government Rules of Sourcing (Third edition, 2015).
It is anticipated that the successful organisations will develop a close working relationship with the CDHB and WCDHB, gain a good understanding of the business needs of these organisations and thereby be able to provide an efficient, cost effective service.
The Panel will have two subcategories:
Panel 1 – Class A Removal Works; and
Panel 2 – Class B Removal Works (with the ability to carry out Class A decontamination if required at DHB’s discretion).
There are numerous projects which will need to be conducted and conservative estimates from within the DHBs have put the value of all the contract opportunities to be completed over the term of the Panel at approximately NZ$5 million. There are also a number of projects that will need to run simultaneously, so it is likely that multiple Panellists may be awarded contract opportunities in the short term once the Panel has been established.
You are invited to submit a comprehensive Proposal for either or both of the two subcategories above, for either or both of the two DHB’s. Your Proposal will be considered by an evaluation panel. The evaluation panel will recommend which Respondents should be invited to join the Panel.
Being appointed to the Panel does not guarantee any contract opportunities will be awarded to any Respondent and there may be Respondents appointed to the Panel who are not awarded any contract opportunities.