|RFx ID :||19057669|
|Tender Name :||CT 18-005 Request for Proposal Management and Maintenance Services for Open Spaces|
|Reference # :||CT 18-005|
|Open Date :||Friday, 22 September 2017 4:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Close Date :||Monday, 30 October 2017 2:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)|
|Tender Type :||Request for Proposals (RFP)|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
03 441 0478
|Alternate Physical Delivery Address :||10 Gorge Road, Queenstown|
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The Queenstown Lakes District has an estimated resident population of 32,500 spread over 22,500 rateable properties and a total land area of 8,467 km2. The visitor population on an average day is around 20,400 with a peak population of around 99,000.
The district is one of the coldest places in New Zealand with an average temperature of 10.7°C ranging from -10°C to 35°C with ground frosts over 130 days per year. Combined with a low average rainfall of 636mm per year this creates a unique climate within New Zealand.
The Lakes District is also dependant on delivering a high quality experience to visitors and residents alike. Therefore, the availability and quality of Opens spaces is significant
The scope of this RFP includes:
a) To maintain and improve the quality, safety and accessibility of all Open Spaces.
b) To maintain Open Space and natural areas to a high amenity value.
c) To protect the regions iconic landscapes.
d) To proactively report all incidences of damage or potential damage on open space assets to minimise or prevent significant renewal expenditure occurring as a result of inadequate maintenance.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council is inviting participants to submit proposals for the delivery of the Management and Maintenance Services for Open Spaces (the Contract Works).
QLDC envisages awarding a contract with an initial five year term, commencing 1 February 2018, with one two year 5 month year term extension available at the discretion of QLDC.
It is essential that submitters are committed to carrying out the principal components of the scope of work with locally based resources.