|| About Project
Bechtel (Western Australia) Pty Ltd has appointed John Holland Pty Ltd under a Design & Construct contract, to perform the design, construction, commissioning and completion of Wheatstone Construction Village Buildings and Utilities project.
The project is located in the North West region of Western Australia, approximately 12 kilometres southwest of the town of Onslow. The scope comprises the design and construction of a 3800 person temporary accommodation village with accommodation units, kitchen and dining facilities; laundries; other utility buildings including medical centre and operations centre; and recreation facilities including beer garden and tavern, swimming pools and gymnasiums for the Wheatstone LNG project.
John Holland is seeking to sublet certain packages to suitably qualified local suppliers. Expressions of interest are sought for the various packages listed.
About John Holland
John Holland is one of Australia's leading and most diversified contracting, engineering and services providers.
John Hollandís unique delivery model of national specialist businesses integrated with the strong civil and building capabilities of its regional businesses provides the organisation with the capacity to deliver complex and challenging major works across a variety of sectors. Through the combination of its operational diversity, extensive capabilities and industry experience, John Holland has enjoyed significant growth and is focused on continually developing its strengths.
The organisationís expertise extend beyond the traditional civil engineering and building markets to industry leading competencies in energy and resources, rail, tunnelling, water, power, mining, aviation and communications services. With in-house capability in each of these sectors, John Holland is focused on providing solutions for its customers and satisfaction for its stakeholders across all of its operations.
National Code of Practice
The National Code of Practice for the Construction Industry, in accordance with the Australian Government Implementation Guidelines for the National Code of Practice for the Construction Industry,
(a) before 1 August 2009, the Australian Government Implementation Guidelines for the National Code of Practice for the Construction Industry, revised September 2005, reissued June 2006;
(b) on or after 1 August 2009, the Australian Government Implementation Guidelines for the National Code of Practice for the Construction Industry August 2009 (Implementation Guidelines),
apply to the Project.
It is a condition for participation that Tenderers comply with the National Code of Practice for the Construction Industry and the Australian Government Implementation Guidelines. It is also a condition of participation in this Tender that, at the time they lodge their expression of interest or tender, the Tenderer must not have been:
a) Precluded from tendering for Australian Government funded work; or
b) Specifically excluded from participating in this Tender.
A failure to meet this condition for participation will mean that the Tenderer will be automatically excluded from the Tender.
The Code and Guidelines can be obtained from the Departmentís website