Qld Tender – The Acquisition of Airborne Magnetic and Radiometric Survey in the Kamilaroi Region.

Important note: We are aware of the need to avoid overloading inboxes of readers who have no need to check on Australian General Aviation tenders. Many are launched with very short deadlines. Also, from March onwards we will be covering all of Australia. To avoid cluttering up inboxes, we will only send to folks who let us know they need tender information. So please let us know if you need this info. In any event, they will be mentioned briefly in our Board Room Briefings publications.

One example I have is an APAC country needing to find a school who can train 98 pilots. Most of our 40 schools may not have sufficient capability to respond at present. However, we do not want to miss those want to look at their options.

 

Current Offer – Short deadline. On 27 Jan 2021 we receiver notification of Queensland Government’s Tender titled, “The Acquisition of Airborne Magnetic and Radiometric Survey in the Kamilaroi Region.”

 

Number – GSQ202101. Region/s – Mount Isa & North West Region and South West & Darling Downs. 68,000 line km.

 

Timelines: Survey start proposed when weather conditions in North Queensland are favourable, April-May 2021. The Completion of Flying Date is 15 weeks after the Commencement of Flying Date.

 

Invitation to offer details: Status – Current; Mega Category – General goods and services; Released – Fri, 29 Jan 2021 at 12:18PM Brisbane, Queensland. UNSPSC – Geophysical surveys – (100%); Region/s – Mount Isa & North West Region and South West & Darling Downs

 

Due to approaching deadline of 15 Feb 2021, we have provided our readers with QTenders contact information. The Qtenders site has moved and is now at https://qtenders.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders

Qtenders System Support. Business Hours – 8:30 AM to 5 PM. (AEST) Brisbane time. P: 07 3215 3699. E: bsu@hpw.qld.gov.au

Editor’s tips:

 

  • Log into QTenders site and register your interest or company. (Patience needed).
  • Send ROI to POC so they can keep you informed of changes. (Very important as they may add to their requirements.

 

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Kindest regards and best of luck to ROI folks,

 

Rob Rich – Editor

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