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Street Lighting Maintenance Contract (2019-2022)


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RFx ID : 20682982
Tender Name : Street Lighting Maintenance Contract (2019-2022)
Reference # : 114.00150
Open Date : Monday, 4 February 2019 4:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)
Close Date : Monday, 18 February 2019 4:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)
Tender Type : Registration of Interest (ROI)
Tender Coverage : Sole Agency  [?]
Categories :
  • 39000000 - Electrical Systems and Lighting and Components and Accessories and Supplies
  • New Zealand
Required Pre-qualifications : None
Contact : Transport and Infrastructure Street Lighting Maintenance Contract 114.150 (2019-2022)
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Wellington City Council, of 101 Wakefield Street, Wellington (WCC) calls for Registrations of Interest from street light maintenance contractors (Contractors) who are available and have the necessary skills, competencies, management systems, experience and capabilities to maintain the Council’s street and pedestrian area lighting assets across its lighting network.
WCC has approximately 17,500 lights across its street and pedestrian area networks. Over the past 2 years it has replaced the majority of its street lights with LED luminaires. While it has installed a number of LED luminaires within its pedestrian areas, there are many areas where lighting is still in need of LED replacements. These replacements will be included in the maintenance contract scope of work, along with the on-going routine and emergency response maintenance of both the street and pedestrian area lights, and the lighting infrastructure supporting these (poles, outreach arms etc).
WCC has also installed and is operating a Central Management System. This system allows it to communicate with individual lights, analyse faults, and inform the contractor of the course(s) of action it wishes the contractor to take. The maintenance/installation of luminaires shall also include fitting light point controller units to each luminaire to enable future control of the luminaire via the Central Management System.
What we want:
WCC wishes to appoint a contractor to maintain/renew/upgrade its lighting assets in accordance with WCC conditions and requirements. The scope of work for the contractor will involve:
• Site assessments requiring travel and inspection of existing street light assets, including poles, outreach arms and fixings
• Recording site assessment and asset information
• Assessing the need for an outreach arm spigot or other adapter if required
• Identifying sub-standard lighting conditions and drawing these to the attention of WCC
• Updating WCC’s RAMM asset database as both site assessments and subsequent maintenance or installations are completed
• Where relevant, ordering, and receiving luminaires and light point controllers from WCC’s nominated warehousing facility
• Where relevant, purchasing luminaires and lighting infrastructure assets from the Council’s Approved Suppliers
• Where practical to do so, in a dry workshop environment, preparing the luminaire to suit the assessed lighting needs of the install site
• Supply of spigot and other adaptors as required
• Installation of l