Tenders and Expressions of Interest
Moree Plains Shire Council uses an electronic tendering website called Tenderlink. This system speeds up the tendering cycle and reduces the time and costs for both Moree Plains Shire Council and our suppliers.
To use this system and to access the tenders being called you must first be a registered Supplier. Register through the Tenderlink website.
For more information on Council procurement, please see Moree Plains Shire Council's Procurement Policy.
Expression of Interest
RFT17/11 Design and Construction of Water Mains and Water Connections
Submissions due: 1st December 2017
Moree Plains Shire Council is seeking tenders from appropriately qualified, suitably experienced and adequately resourced companies to submit tenders for the following contract:
Contract - RFT17/11 – Design and Construction of Water Mains and Water Connections
The Contract will commence in January 2018 and conclude on 31 May 2018.
As part of the Conditions of Tendering, Tenders will only be accepted from Contractors who have registered on the e-Tendering Portal Vendorpanel by clicking the link.
Category - Water & Sewage – Water & Sewer Main Construction
Contractors who have registered will then be able to download the Tender Documents. Completed Tender Submission documents will need to be uploaded to the Vendorpanel e-Tendering Portal by the closing date for submissions.
The closing date for submissions is 3.00pm Friday 1st December, 2017. Submissions will be received via the Vendorpanel e-Tendering online portal ONLY. Hard copy submissions received via post, fax or hand delivered WILL NOT be accepted.
This tender will be managed in accordance with the Moree Plains Shire Council Procurement Policy, the Local Government Act 1993, and the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005.
Supplementary Mechanical Services
Expressions of Interest (EOI) are called from businesses to provide supplementary mechanical services for Moree Plains Shire Council, heavy plant fleet in particular. Businesses that can provide additional services such as plant registration checks, air conditioning and auto electrical repairs are also encouraged to apply.
You will be required to undertake a range of mechanical services within your field of expertise, on a variety of plant including, but not limited to, graders, rollers, excavators, truck and dog trailers, backhoes and mowers. The location for repairs can vary from repairs on site, at the Council works depot or at your business workshop; however the ability to provide field services would be highly desirable.
In the first instance, interested persons or companies with the relevant skills to provide supplementary mechanical services should contact Council to obtain an application form. It is intended to eventually have all businesses/single traders join the VendorPanel system to simplify the process and a link to VendorPanel to join will be sent to each business email address, but this is not immediately necessary at this initial application stage.