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Tenders have been released across New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Tasmania seeking rehabilitation and installation services.
New South Wales
Orange City Council is seeking contractors to undertake a sewer rehabilitation program within the Orange Area.
The works under this contract include but are not limited to:
- Rehabilitation of 2,235 m of DN150 pipe as per the pipe and manhole schedule on the Orange Council website
- 65 m of 225 mm reline on William Street
- Rehabilitation of approximately 82 junctions
- Reconnection to 54 existing access chambers, as per the pipe and manhole schedule.
It is a requirement of the tender that applicants attend a site meeting on 30 October 2012 at 10 am at the Orange City Council Civic Centre.
The tender closes 13 November 2012 and works within the contract are to be completed by the 30 June 2013.
For more information visit the Orange City Council eTender portal.
Adelaide Hills Council is inviting tenders for the replacement of failed stormwater pipes and associated works in Main Street, Crafers.
The tender closes 30 October 2012, for more information visit the SA Tenders and Contracts website.
Mackay Regional Council is inviting tenders for the construction of a new DN100 PVC sewer rising main in Sarina, approximately 400 m in length, as a replacement and rerouting of the existing sewer rising main.
Also included in the work:
- DICL bends, connectors, tees and gibaults
- One scour valve and pit/vault
- One air valve and pit/vault
- Connection to a live sewer rising main (one end asbestos cement pipe) – done by MRC
- Connection to existing MH 1A_7-1_3 – done by MRC.
Work will begin near an existing sewerage pump station (number three) on Brewers Road, then cross Brewers Road into an existing drainage easement to Hoey Street and then connect to the existing manhole.
The tender closes 6 November 2012, for more information visit the Queensland Government Chief Procurement Office website.
Ben Lomond Water invites tenders to construct the Westbury to Exton watermain.
The aim of the project is to transfer treated water from the Westbury Water Treatment Plant to the Exton reticulation system. The pipeline will be approximately 6 km, constructed with DN100 PVC pipe.
Tender documents are available at the Ben Lomond Water Customer Service Centre, located at 36-42 Charles Street, Launceston.
Tenders close Wednesday 24 October 2012, for more information visit the Tasmania Tenderlink website.