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RFP TN/23/01 - Facilities Maintenace Management Services

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RFx ID : 26369300
Tender Name : RFP TN/23/01 - Facilities Maintenace Management Services
Reference # : RFP TN/23/01
Open Date : Q3 2022
Indicative RFx Release Date  : Q4 2022  [?]
Tender Type : Future Procurement Opportunity (FPO)
Project Status : Initial development  [?]
 
Categories :
  • 72000000 - Building and Facility Construction and Maintenance Services
Regions:
  • New Zealand
Required Pre-qualifications : None
Contact : Contracts Administrator
tenders.national@police.govt.nz
Overview

The NZ Police portfolio of stations, offices, service centres and other facilities is integral to the way NZ Police serves the public, and to keeping its own people safe and secure. Effective facilities management is essential to achieving that vision and supporting asset management.

NZ Police intend to approach the market in Q4 2022 to appoint a Facilities Management (FM) Provider to manage the delivery for NZ Police’s national property portfolio of:
• All Facilities Maintenance Management including vetting, management and Health & Safety induction for all subcontractors; help desk/call centre; QA; management of building compliance etc.
• Reactive maintenance
• Planned maintenance
• Scheduled maintenance
• Project works (up to appropriate levels)
• Advice and information to support good asset decisions by NZ Police

The intent is to conduct an open market tender process allowing interested suppliers to participate in the contract opportunity.

If you would like to get in contact to register your interest in this Future Procurement Opportunity (FPO) please email our tenders.national@police.govt.nz inbox, subject line [Future Procurement Opportunity Registration – Facilities Maintenance Management Services – Supplier Name].

This FPO has replaced the Annual Procurement Plan information previously available to suppliers on MBIE’s website. An FPO is an alert to suppliers of potential upcoming procurement activity. It does not represent a commitment by NZ Police to procure, instead it provides an indication to the market about the potential future activity.