|RFx ID :||20883744|
|Tender Name :||Otane Alternate Water Supply - Notice of Information|
|Reference # :||C-1002|
|Open Date :||Wednesday, 27 March 2019 9:00 AM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)|
|Close Date :||Wednesday, 15 May 2019 2:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Tender Type :||Notice of Information (Advance Notice) (NOI)|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
Darren de Klerk
06 857 8060
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Central Hawke’s Bay District Council wishes to notify prospective suppliers of an upcoming tender (RFT) for a contract to supply and install a water main between Waipawa and Otane. The proposed water main size is 180mm PE100 and approx. 5km long. The new main is proposed to cross SH2 and Kiwirail’s railway lines.
The objective of the project is to increase the flow to the Otane Township. The programme forms part of the Big Water Story and has been allocated a budget in year one of the Long Term Plan (LTP).
We anticipate the RFT documentation will be released and uploaded to GETS during the week starting 15th April 2019 and close 15th May 2019.
We plan to award contract by the 14th June 2019, enable site possession by late June 2019, and achieve practical completion by December 2019.
Scope of work
Council expects tenderers to present a price, relevant experience and track record, relevant skills, health & safety, capability, subcontractor and methodology on how best to supply and install a water main pipework according to the design drawings and specifications provided within the RFT documents released.
The project activities will include (but are not be restricted to):
• Site visit and assessments
• Development of construction methodology
• Construction of solution
o Pipework, valve chamber installation
o PRVs & flowmeter chamber installation
o Air & scour valves installation
o Electrical control and SCADA installation
o Commissioning of site
• Provide CHBDC with Kiwirail requested information (such as site specific health and safety plan, details of any machinery/tools being used, insurance certificates for contractor and subcontractors). CHBDC will apply for the permit to cross Kiwrail’s railway lines.
• Provide CHBDC with NZTA requested information (TMP). CHBDC will apply for work access permit to cross SH2.
• Reinstatement of the site.
Considerable communication and landowner liaison will need to be undertaken for this project, council has approved this process and will continue to work with the preferred supplier on the best approach to ensure all affected by the proposed works are well engaged and informed.