|RFx ID :||19219363|
|Tender Name :||17-1112 Te Puke Stormwater Improvements (Revised)|
|Reference # :||17-1112|
|Open Date :||Friday, 10 November 2017 9:30 AM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)|
|Close Date :||Thursday, 30 November 2017 12:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)|
|Tender Type :||Request for Tenders (RFT)|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
07 571 8008
|Alternate Physical Delivery Address :||The Tender Box at the offices of Western Bay of Plenty District Council – Barkes Corner Greerton, Tauranga or Private Bag 12 803, Tauranga Mail Centre, Tauranga 3143.|
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The Western Bay of Plenty stretches from Bowentown/Waihi Beach to Otamarakau, covering 212,000 hectares of coastal, rural and urban areas.
It is a growth area of New Zealand, with a population of about 46,000 people. The main urban centres include Waihi Beach, Katikati, Omokoroa, Te Puna, Te Puke and Maketu
Rural settlements to the east are Paengaroa, Pongakawa and Pukehina, and the small but growing coastal settlements in the west are Kauri Point, Tanners Point, Ongare, Tuapiro and Athenree.
To the west is the rugged bush-covered Kaimai Range from which many streams flow to the coastal lowlands and into the estuaries and mudflats of the Tauranga Harbour.
The Kaituna River drains the lakes of Rotorua and Rotoiti into the Maketu Estuary and out to sea, while smaller streams drain the eastern district into the Waihi Estuary.
Matakana Island forms a natural barrier between Tauranga Harbour and the Pacific Ocean.
The improvements to be made to the gravity stormwater reticulation system in Te Puke are located in Beatty Avenue & Brown Terrace. Existing catchpits, catchpit lead pipes and some stormwater pipes as shown on the construction plans/drawings and noted in the Schedule of Prices are to be removed and replaced.