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Tenders and Quotations

You can register and download Tender and Quotation information from this section of the Delta Electricity website.

Delta Electricity advertises all Quotations and Tenders in the Tenders Section of the Sydney Morning Herald every Monday as well as in major regional newspapers as required and on this website.

For more information on any individual Quotation or Tender, click on the Quotation/Tender number. Quotation, Tender and Result information is updated weekly.

NSW Code of Practice for Building and Construction Industry

The NSW Government's Code of Practice for the Building and Construction Industry (NSW Code) and the NSW Government's Implementation Guidelines (NSW Guidelines) apply to Delta Electricity's tenders and quotations from 1 July 2013. Compliance with the NSW Code and NSW Guidelines is a pre-requisite to submitting any expression of interest or tender and to any successful applications being awarded.

Code of Conduct

Delta Electricity has a Code of Conduct which helps maintain a high standard of conduct and behaviour. Please click on the link to review.


Quotations and Tenders are available directly from this website by following the Registration procedure. Registration of company details will enable the user to download the documents related to the quotation or tender.

Alternatively, a copy of these documents can be requested. Please call 02 4352 6383 or fax 02 4352 6007 to request the documents.


Quotations/Tenders sealed and endorsed with the relevant number are to be placed in Delta Electricity's Quotation and Tender Receptacle at the location nominated on the Tender/Quotation documentation before 1pm (Sydney time) on the specified closing day.

Offers may also be submitted by fax to 02 4352 6007 prior to the specified closing time.


Details of Quotations/Tenders which have been awarded are provided in the Results section of the website.

All tenderers are required to comply with the New South Wales Government's Codes of Practice and Tendering for Procurement guidelines.

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