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David Fleay Wildlife Park - Provision of Landscape Architect Services (Master Planning)

Issued by Department of Environment and Science

Invitation to Offer

Status: Current
Mega Category: Building construction and maintenance
Number: DES121370
Released: Wed, 27 Apr 2022 at 11:09PM Brisbane, Queensland
Closing: Thu, 19 May 2022 at 2:00PM Brisbane, Queensland
UNSPSC: Building and Construction and Maintenance Services - (100%)
Region/s: South East Queensland

Section 1

Tender Overview

QPWS is looking to engage a suitably qualified Landscape Architectural to provide professional planning services for David Fleay Wildlife Park. The forward plan is to scope the physical boundaries of the site providing landscape architectural analysis, concept design for wildlife and visitor infrastructure and cost estimates. The documentation will be suitable for further progression to detailed design and construction.

The site for the most part has outdated park facilities, many of which have exceeded their useful life. These facilities often do not meet the current levels of service and may not be in keeping with current QPWS facility standards. Some of the park infrastructure at this site comprises a combination of the different generations of park facilities, thereby creating an inconsistent Park language. In some cases, the site layout does not meet current standards such as PWD (People with Disabilities) access, crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) as well as general access and egress through and across the site.

Several identified site challenges including acute lack of sense of arrival due to location of visitor car park and distance to park entry. The David Fleay Wildlife Park has an established identity that stems from the leading work of Dr David Fleay. Presentation of the park as a working facility with “real” QPWS rangers contributes to its identity. Appropriate areas for the delivery of presentations/shows are vital to the future of the park as a high-quality educational facility. The provision of a safe environment for the public and staff is fundamental.

Refer to the Project Brief for detailed works specifications (Schedule 1).

More about tendering here

Section 2

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Enquiries
users Jenny Collins
email jenny.collins@des.qld.gov.au

Section 3

Here is the detail

If there are no documents listed in this section, please refer to Section 1 Tender Overview.

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Section 4

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Read through the tender description in Section 1
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Review the detailed tender information in Section 3 (if any)
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Complete ALL required tender documentation
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Check for quality in ALL your tender documentation
Submit an Electronic Response

Closes at Thu, 19 May 2022 at 2:00PM Brisbane, Queensland


Site Visit help

A site visit will be held at David Fleay Wildlife Park, Loman Lane, Burleigh Heads at 9 May, 2022 10:00 AM . refer to Schedule 1 Project brief for registration details

Section 5

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