|RFx ID :||19009296|
|Tender Name :||Petone to Melling Cyclepath-Implementation|
|Reference # :||746N/ROI|
|Open Date :||Friday, 8 September 2017 2:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Close Date :||Tuesday, 26 September 2017 4:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)|
|Department/Business Unit :||
NZ Transport Agency - Highways and Network Operations
|Tender Type :||Registration of Interest (ROI)|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
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The NZ Transport Agency invites Registrations of Interest (ROI) from contractors experienced in the construction of Transportation Infrastructure Projects.
Only contractors prequalified to NZTA and Kiwirail are eligible to submit a tender for this project. The prequalification levels for NZTA are Bridging – Level A (3A) and Construction – Level A (4A). The prequalification levels for Kiwirail are Tracks 1, Structures 1 and Civils 1.
Petone to Melling Cyclepath is part of the Wellington to Hutt Valley Urban Cycleway which is supported by NZ Transport Agency, Hutt City Council and the Urban Cycleway Project (UCP). The shared path will be located within the rail corridor running adjacent to the Hutt Valley and Melling Lines. At Petone the path will link to the existing shared path on the Hutt Rd via an underpass, and to the north it will link to the local road network just south of Melling via an underpass onto Bridge St. It will then link to the Hutt River Trail.
The key outcomes sought by the Project are to support greater travel choice, increase transport corridor resilience and improve safety and connectivity for cyclists and pedestrians between Petone and Melling.
The scope of work for implementation includes the following elements
• Construction of the underpasses at Petone and Normandale under KiwiRail Block of Line restrictions
• Precast of box sections for the underpasses and subsequent installation.
• Pavement construction, pavement marking, signs, resurfacing, retaining walls, street lighting, CCTV, ITS, guard rails, fencing, landscaping
ROI involves submitting a single A4 page letter, in response to this advertisement, advising company/consortium and contact details.
ROI submissions are to be uploaded to the GETS eTender box. Note the file upload limit is 50 MB. Tenderers should refer to the GETS website for instructions on uploading their ROI files (https://www.gets.govt.nz/SupplierUserTenderHelp.htm).
The Transport Agency reserves the right to shortlist applicants through a Statement of Interest and Ability (SIA) process if the number of registered parties makes this necessary.
Final tendering of the contract will be by invitation to prequalified contractors registered through this ROI process and shortlisted through the SIA (if necessary); the tender will not be re-advertised publicly.
Tender Documents are expected to be made available in late September, with tenders closing towards the end of October.