SPECIFICATION AND QUOTATION NO. C1186/19
VALES POINT POWER STATION
REPAIR OF VALES POINT POWER STATION STRUCTURAL STEEL
SUMMARY OF SPECIFICATION
The following summary indicates the general nature of the Works for which The Principal desires Tenders to be submitted and is issued to enable Contractors to make an assessment whether the Specification documents should be obtained from The Principal for the purpose of submitting a tender response. It does not form part of the Specification and should not be included as part of the Tenderer's offer.
PURPOSE OF WORK
At the written direction of the Principal and under the Schedule of Rates, the Contractor is responsible for the repair of various items of structural steel at Vales Point Power Station for a period of two (2) years. The predominate areas of structural steel work repairs will be in the following areas:
a) Unit 5 and Unit 6 mill and boiler ash hopper areas which is subject to high levels of corrosion from saltwater (ash and dust return water); and
b) Unit 5 and Unit 6 condensate pit areas which is subject to high levels of salt water corrosion.
LOCATION OF SITE
The Vales Point Power Station is located on the southern shore of Lake Macquarie, approximately 130 km north of Sydney, New South Wales, and approximately 3 km off the Pacific Highway North of Doyalson.
EXTENT OF WORK
Structural steel work repairs include, but are not limited to:
a) preparing area for repairs including moving services;
b) assessing repair method and scope;
c) preparing the steelwork and associated support structures (including plinths and concreted areas);
d) repairing or replacing the agreed sections of structural steelwork, plinths and concrete;
e) prevention of further corrosion by agreed methods including grit blasting/painting or galvanising; and
f) reinstating services.
The Contractor must, working collaboratively with the Principal: assess areas requiring repair, develop work-scopes, plans, estimate resources and obtain access/approval to undertake the Works. The Contractor must then provide resourced plans and associated estimate for each area of the Works to the Principal for approval to proceed to work.
INSPECTION OF SITE
All Tenderers must attend a mandatory Pretender meeting to be conducted at 09:00 am on Wednesday 13th November 2019 at Vales Point Power Station. Companies who do not attend the mandatory Pretender meeting will not be eligible to submit a Tender.
Visitors to the Site must provide and wear their own safety hats, safety footwear, protective safety eyewear (clear glasses), long sleeved shirts (hi-vis) and long trousers or combination overalls (hi-vis).
At this common 'On Site' meeting, all Tenderers shall be taken on an inspection of the Site in order for them to make themselves familiar with the conditions thereon and the rules and procedures applying to the Site.
It is expected that all companies have downloaded and reviewed all documents pertaining to the works prior to the site inspection.
Proof of identity will be required prior to entry.
The commercial conditions will be in accordance with the Conditions of Quoting and Conditions of Order. These documents can be found under the Delta Electricity Website.
Accredited Representatives of the firms proposing to submit a Tender wishing to attend the pre-tender site meeting will contact The Principal representative named below via email providing the name, company, position and mobile phone number of each accredited representative at least 24 hours prior to the meeting. A maximum of three people per company is allowed to attend.
Engineer / Unit Plant Assets
Vales Point Power Station
PO Box 7285
Mannering Park NSW 2259
Phone: (02) 4352 6242
Mobile: 0407 079 973
TENDER CLOSING DATE
Quotations will close at 1.00pm on Friday 29th November at Vales Point Power Station.
For technical enquiries please contact the above office.
General telephone enquiries may be made on (61) 2 4352 6383.
Specification documents may be obtained from <https://www.de.com.au/> or www.tenderlink.com