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The General Conditions of Working with Liverpool City Council apply to all contracts entered into between Council and:
- Professional Services & Consultants
The only exception to this is where Council has issued a Request for Quotation or Request for Tender document that includes already established Conditions of Offer and Conditions of Contract. In this event, the conditions included within the Quote or Tender document will take precedence.
Please see the Doing Business with Liverpool City Council A Guide for Consultants, Contractors and Suppliers as this guide will provide information on the expectations of all consultants, contractors and suppliers who work with Council.
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From 1 July 2009 Liverpool City Council commenced e-tendering as its method of issuing requests for quotes valued at less than $150,000 and Tenders valued at greater than $150,000.
Prospective offerors will be able to, following online registration, view a listing of Tenders that are open, download a request for tender document and submit a tender all via Council's e-tendering portal.
Click here to transfer to Council's Tenderlink portal to see a list of currently open tenders.
TENDER CLOSING DATE
Whitlam Leisure Centre Pool Concourse Refurbishment
11 December 2018
Lift Renewal to Council Facilities – Warren Service Way, Casula Powerhouse, Liverpool City Library
6 November 2018
|WT2783||33 Moore Street Carpark Lighting Upgrade||31 October 2018|
|WT2771||Whitlam Leisure Centre Indoor Pools Resurfacing Works||23 October 2018|
|WT2759||Bigge Park Water Play Amenities and Council Store Buildings||9 October 2018|
|ST2749||Strategic Concept Design of Denham Court Road between Commissioners Drive and Campbelltown Road in Denham Court||9 October 2018|
|WT2776||Heritage Restoration Works at Rosebank Cottage||9 October 2018|
|WT2710||Streetscape Weed Control and Litter Control Services||13 March 2018|
Contractors are to refer to the Minimum Site Safety Rules when developing their own safety rules. The rules must be included in the WHS Management Plan and the Contractor is responsible for their Implementation and monitoring.
Where the Contractor has engaged a subcontractor they must complete a Subcontractors Statement to confirm all moneys due and payable to them have been paid and attach this to their payment claim. A template statement is attached for your convenience.
The Digital Marketplace is a digital government service. It is comprised of a procurement panel compliant with Commonwealth Procurement Rules and website with seller catalogue and government opportunities.