Redevelopment Royal Hobart Hospital
John Holland Fairbrother Joint Venture (JHFJV) has been awarded the Redevelopment Royal Hobart Hospital (RRHH) Contract by the DHHS. The Project is being procured under a Two Stage Managing Contractor Contract.
The RRHH will deliver a new inpatient precinct - K Block - a new 10 storey building within the existing site on Campbell Street. The works will also involve the refurbishment of existing clinical areas with associated building services and includes an allocation for the upgrade of site building services infrastructure. The RHH will remain operational during the redevelopment works.
Stage One of the contract includes completion of Developed Design Documentation, preparation of a Guaranteed Construction Sum (GCS) and undertaking Early Construction Works Packages in readiness for commencement of Stage Two. All of the Early Construction Works Packages have been tendered and awarded - details of those successful companies can be found in the Work Packages section at the bottom of this page. (I.e. "EW" Work Packages).
Stage Two will deliver the inpatient precinct through the construction of K Block - the new 10 storey building that will provide:
- an improved environment for intensive care patients
- increased bed capacity
- new operating theatres and procedure room
- a dedicated women's, adolescent's and children's precinct and
- improved infrastructure.
The design of the proposed K-Block is consistent with the Commonwealth-State IGA requirement to provide capacity for an additional 195 overnight beds and other specified outputs.
The project design will support the delivery of contemporary models of care for services that will be located in K-Block.
It will allow sufficient flexibility to accommodate any required changes identified during the health reform planning process, changes to models of care or in response to future demand.
Stage Two Work Packages
Interested sub contractors can currently register their interest in being included as a tenderer and being issued with tender documents for any of the Work Packages through ICN Gateway. The minimum requirements to be met in order to be able to submit a conforming tender include but are not limited to:
- Tasmanian Government Department of Treasury and Finance Prequalification to the appropriate level for the applicable categories of works (refer to the 'Docs' attachment for each of the Work Packages for more information)
- Building Code (defined as the Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Works 2016) Compliance
- suitably qualified personnel
- adequate experience in working on similar or related projects
- programming ability
- effective Safety, Quality and Environmental Management Systems
- any other requirements specific to individual packages, as outlined in the specific Work Package description or the 'Docs' attachment to same below.
Conditions of Registration:
(1) To submit an EOI to receive Tender Documentation for any Work Package listed, potential suppliers (but only where the actual Work Package item for "Procurement Tender Package description" actually states that the package/part of the package is for the only - i.e suppliers seeking to supply to the successful subcontractor should not request Tender Documents via the ICN Gateway 'Send Expression of Interest' option) and sub contractors must have an ICN Gateway company profile that is completely and comprehensively populated with up to date, relevant and accurate company information - failure to do so may preclude potential suppliers and sub contractors from receiving Tender Documentation from John Holland Fairbrother JV (JHFJV).
(2) For those organisations that are new to ICN Gateway, support and assistance with the creation of an ICN Gateway company profile is available via downloadable pdf files via the following web links:
An ICN Gateway company profile that accurately and effectively summarises your organisation is critical to using the services of the ICN Group - please ensure that your organisation invests the time and energy required to represent your organisation is the most effective manner possible to future prospective clients;
(3) This is an EOI to receive Tender Documentation only from JHFJV. submit an EOI that the 'Full Scope Closes' and 'Partial Scope Closes' dates are the dates that the particular Work Package Tender Period closes i.e. the date by which Tenders need to be received by JHFJV. This information can be found by clicking the + button on the Left Hand Side of the relevant Work Package title below.
Organisations may consider paying special attention to the e-mail Notification functionality within their ICN Gateway company profile and ensure that their individual selection provides an appropriate level of coverage in order to receive email alerts on other potential opportunities.
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(5) It is your responsibility to determine if your company can provide a Tender and carry out the necessary work. As such, companies are required to fully review the information contained above and below for the Work Packages to understand the mandatory and general conditions of tender before selecting the EOI interest button in the Work Packages section below.
ICN Gateway Support and Assistance
For those organisations that are new to ICN Gateway, support and assistance is available through the web link and pdf file listed below: