Lendlease is an Australian company founded in NSW, now celebrating its 60th anniversary. Since our foundation in 1958, Lendlease has expanded globally becoming a leading international property and infrastructure group, with approximately 13,000 employees across operations in Australia, Asia, Europe and the Americas. Headquartered in Sydney, our employees help to create places that leave a positive legacy with a focus on health and safety, our customers, innovation and sustainability.
We're committed to creating and delivering innovative and sustainable property and infrastructure solutions for future generations.
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Lendlease recognises and values the fundamental place Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, knowledge and history have in Australia. Our Reconciliation Action Plan guides our actions in engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to support positive outcomes in education, training, health, housing and employment.
Lendlease’s vision is to create the best places, a place that leaves a positive legacy and inspires and enriches the lives of people. Integration and participation of the communities where we operate is one of our key objectives.
At Lendlease we are proud to be at the forefront of delivering award-winning healthcare services to Australians now, and well into the future.
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The Tweed Valley Hospital will be the major referral hospital for the Tweed-Byron communities and will form the core of the region’s network of hospital and community health centres.
The vision for the Project is to deliver ‘a life-changing healthcare solution for the Tweed-Byron region’. The Project consists of:
- Delivery of a new major referral hospital to provide the health services required to meet the needs of the growing population of the Tweed-Byron region, in conjunction with the other hospitals and community health centres across the region.
- Master planning for additional health, education, training and research facilities necessary to support these health services, which will be developed with service partners over time.
- Delivery of the supporting infrastructure required for the new hospital, including greenspace and other amenity spaces, campus roads and car parking, external road upgrades and connections, utilities connections, and other site infrastructure.
The new hospital will deliver:
- additional inpatient capacity
- an expanded emergency department
- enhanced surgical and ambulatory care services
- diagnostic and interventional cardiology
- an integrated cancer care service, including radiotherapy services.
Subject to planning approval, the Tweed Valley Hospital will be procured and delivered in stages. The Early Works stage – scheduled to commence in the first half of 2019, will include infrastructure services, earthworks, civil works and foundations. The Main Works stage comprises the construction of the main hospital building and is scheduled to commence in the first quarter of 2020.
As part of Lendlease’s genuine commitment to the Tweed-Byron community, local subcontractors and suppliers are encouraged to register their interest in participating in upcoming opportunities for Early Works trade packages and future Main Works packages.
Although the Tweed Valley Hospital is not a federally funded project, it is noted that suppliers and subcontractors are expected to comply with the requirements of the National Construction Code.
General Information on Project
More information about the project can be found on the project website: http://www.tweedvalleyhospital.health.nsw.gov.au/
Get Project Ready - One to One Capability Workshop
Lendlease is offering one-on-one capability workshops to interested local subcontractors or suppliers.
In these sessions, we can assist with your responses to the Expressions of Interest (EOI) questionnaire, step you through the procurement process and answer any other questions you may have. There is also the opportunity for us to help link small businesses with larger subcontractors for works packages.
The sessions are available at request to all genuinely interested subcontractors and suppliers in the Tweed / Northern NSW region who are considering tendering for one or more of the packages. Email the local Lendlease team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you to arrange an appointment time.
How to register an Expression of Interest
- This is an initial, general EOI submission and Work Packages currently available to submit an EOI for are listed below.
- Shortlisted SMEs will be invited to tender Work Packages as per attached program
- To submit an initial EOI for the Work Scopes, companies must have an ICN Gateway company profile. Information on how to register your company on ICN Gateway is detailed below.
ICN Gateway Company Registration
- Click here to register your company profile on ICN Gateway.
- Support and assistance is available through the web links listed below and attached guidance
- Your company summary and company description are used to assess your ability to complete projects when you lodge an EOI- please ensure that your company invests the time and energy required to represent your company in the most effective manner possible.