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E-Tender Notice for School Infrastructure NSW


Cushman & Wakefield are seeking to engage contractors in the Western Sydney region, for the provision of proactive maintenance services to public schools in the region.  

As an agent to School Infrastructure NSW (SINSW), our focus is engaging local contractors based as close as possible to the schools they service ideally within 30 minutes, or 50 kilometres. If you or your business can self-deliver proactive maintenance services to schools in this region, we welcome your participation in this process.

Local Contractors are being sought to provide the following proactive services:

Service # 1 – Safety Systems
Service # 2 – Motor Driven Doors
Service # 3 – Fume Cupboards 
Service # 4 – Workshop Equipment (Including Kilns) 
Service # 5 – Suspended Backboards 
Service # 6 – Fixed Sporting Equipment and Playgrounds, Flagpoles 
Service # 8 – Water Filtration Systems and Potable Water Storage Tanks 
Service #10 – Backflows and Thermostatic Mixing Valves
Service # 11 – Pumping Stations
Service #12 – Grease and Clay Arrestors
Service # 13 – Gas Lines, Manifolds, Flame Arrestors, Gas Ovens/Stoves, and Heaters 
Service # 14 – Gas Storage 
Service #17 – Eye Wash Units and Safety Showers
Service # 18 – Pools, Hydrotherapy Pools, and Spas 
Service # 19 – Roof and Gutter Cleans, Stormwater Pits, Strip Drains and Closed/Charged Systems
Service # 20 – Artificial Turf and Softfall 
Service # 21 – Tree Maintenance 
Service # 23 – Solar Installations 
Service # 26 - Teaching and Learning Machinery/Tractors
Service # 27 – Commercial Kitchen Equipment 


What’s Required?
Completed responses must be submitted via the TenderLink electronic tender box. Tenderers will receive a Successful Submission Receipt timed and dated upon completion.

Should technical assistance be required please use the online manual on the portal under Support/Online Manuals/Making a Submission or contact TenderLink Customer Support on 1800-233-533.

Compliant submissions will require the following documents to proceed with evaluation:

Document 2. Returnable Schedule completed in full (Non Price and Proactive Pricing tabs) in EXCEL format 
Public Liability Insurance (PLI)
Personal Income Insurance (if sole trader)
Workers Compensation (WC)
Motor Vehicle Insurance (MVI)
Relevant Business Licence/s
Supply Nation/ORIC/Indigenous Chamber of Commerce Certificate or Registration (if applicable)

Request for Information (RFI) should be directed via the TenderLink online forum no later than the RFI Closure date below. Cushman & Wakefield and SINSW personnel are unable to respond to verbal enquiries in relation to the tender. Verbal, or emailed RFIs will not be accepted.

Key Dates
Open Date: Monday 20 May 2024
RFI Closure: Monday 17 June 2024
Tender Closure: Friday 28 June 2024

For further details of the Tender visit Cushman & Wakefield’s open tenders portal: Cushman & Wakefield E-Tendering



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