|Quotes Due By
||20 Jan 2022
||Harvest Estate, Byron Bay Stage 1 Subdivision Works
||22 Melaleuca Drive, Byron Bay NSW 2481
||$1.5m - $2m
||Christine Allen (email@example.com)
||The Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016 applies to the building work associated with this project. By submitting an expression of interest in, or tender for, this project, you will become subject to the Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016.
The NSW Government’s Code of Practice for the Building and Construction Industry (NSW Code) and the NSW Government's Implementation Guidelines to the NSW Code of Practice for the Building and Construction Industry (NSW Guidelines) apply to the tendered works. By submitting a tender, the tenderer acknowledges its understanding and agreement that:
• compliance with the NSW Code and NSW Guidelines is an essential condition to being considered for the tender;
• by submitting an expression of interest or tender response, the tenderer agrees to comply with the NSW Code and NSW Guidelines on all future projects, including privately funded projects, to which the NSW Guidelines apply, whether or not successful in this tender; and
• any party which is precluded from performing works to which the NSW Code and NSW Guidelines apply is excluded from consideration for the tender.
Hazell Bros have been shortlisted and invited to submit a Tender for the subdivision works associated with Stage 1 of Harvest Estate, Byron Bay in accordance with the
documents enclosed with this Invitation (Tender Documents).
The proposed Harvest Estate development is located at 342 Ewingsdale Road, 22A and 22B Melaleuca Drive, Byron Bay. It consists of 145 x ‘typical’ low density residential lots, 4 x large lifestyle lots and 9 x green infrastructure lots, comprising open space, water sensitive urban design measures, future community centre and community garden space on the subject site. Associated works include vegetation removal, earthworks, landscaping, creation of public reserves, roads, environmental management and protection and stormwater works.
Collectively the subject site is approximately 81.91 ha in size and is located spatially central within the West Byron Urban Release Area (WBURA). The development will be delivered in three (3) stages.
A Subdivision Works Certificate (Construction Certificate) will be obtained for the bulk earthworks and civil subdivision works associated with Stage 1 only.
*NB: The current DA Conditions of Consent (Information Document E1) indicate that the development will be undertaken in seven (7) stages, not three (3). However, subsequent to the issue of document E1, the Principal has revised the delivery of the project to three (3) stages, as detailed above in Table 1 and
as shown in Figure 1. This is the subject of a modification to the Conditions of Consent, currently being reviewed by Byron Shire Councill.
Between Stages 1, 2 and 3, there are significant monitoring and establishment periods required under the DA Conditions of Consent.
Refer to the Bill of Quantities provided for your relevant package of works, and associated specification numbers.
All project specific drawings and specifications have been provided for direct download.
The client has advised likely Contract dates:
Commencement: late January 2022
Quotations must be based on a minimum 6 months.
Should you have any queries please address your email to Christine Allen (Tender Coordinator) via firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Traffic Management
- Bitumen & Asphalt
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- Clearing & Grubbing
- Concrete FRP
- Electrical Reticulation
- Geotechnical Testing
- Kerb & Channel
- Quarry Haulage
- Temporary Shoring System
- Plant Hire
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