This page lists recently awarded tenders, as well as information about the tender process and the Council's Procurement Strategy.
All contracts are either publicly advertised or listed on the Tenderlink website. The process for submitting tenders is outlined in each contract tender document.
The majority of the Council's tenders are managed by the Engineering Services Department who use the Tenderlink website to notify public tenders for roading and infrastructure works.
Other Council departments manage a small number of tenders each year. These are publicly advertised.
This table lists contracts awarded in the current calendar year (2017).
|Contract Number||Works||Awarded to||Date||Price excl GST||Start Date|
|1090||Bridge Structural Repairs 2016/2017||Higgins Contractors Ltd||14 March 2017||$339,999.56||18 April 2017|
|1000||Kaiteriteri Replacement Sewer Pipe||Donaldson Civil Ltd||9 March 2017||$4,094,261.83||Late April 2017|
|1050||Richmond Watermain Renewals||Chings Contracting||22 February 2017||$1,240,701.20||3 April 2017|
|1038||Mariri Compactor and Bin Weighing System||B J Scarlett Ltd||1 February 2017||$358,750.00||8 March 2017|
|1087||Pavement Rehabilitation 2016/17||Fulton Hogan Ltd||27 January 2017||$465,673.60||20 February 2017|
|1077||Greenwaste Processing Contract||Azwood Limited||9 January 2017||1 February 2017|
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) requires all Approved Organisations to have a Procurement Strategy to be eligible to apply for expenditure from the National Land Transport Fund. Tasman District Council is an Approved Organisation under the Land Transport Management Act.
Tasman District Council approved its Procurement Strategy in September 2010 and has been updated annually. From 1 October 2011, the Council resolved that Section 6 be amended to increase the value of contracts awarded via Supplier Panels to $500,000 (was $300,000). In November 2013 a further review resulted in a reduction of Supplier Panels from 11 panels to six.
The Procurement Strategy must comply with the NZTA Procurement Manual. This new Procurement Manual replaces the Transfund CPP (Competitive Pricing Procedures) Manual. Key NZTA principles for Procurement detailed in the Procurement Manual include:
- Best value for money over whole of life.
- Open and effective competition.
- Full and fair opportunity of domestic suppliers.
- Improving business capabilities.
As part of Tasman District Council’s Procurement Strategy, a Supplier Panel of pre-approved qualified Contractors has been established. Suppliers on the Panel are invited to tender for the delivery of projects estimated to have a contract value of less than $500,000. The current Supply Panel will be in place until 30 June 2018.
Roading Minor Works
|Ching Contracting Ltd||Ching Contracting Ltd||Alpha Pre-casts *||Ching Contracting Ltd||Ching Contracting Ltd||Ching Contracting Ltd|
|CJ Industries||CJ Industries||Ching Contracting Ltd||Cluster Construction Group||CJ Industries||CJ Industries|
|Concrete & Metals Ltd||Concrete & Metals Ltd||CJ Industries||Donaldson Civil Ltd||Concrete & Metals Ltd||Donaldson Civil Ltd|
|Donaldson Civil Ltd||Donaldson Civil Ltd||Cluster Construction Group||Downer NZ Ltd||Donaldson Civil Ltd||Downer NZ Ltd|
|Downer NZ Ltd||Downer NZ Ltd||Donaldson Civil Ltd||Fulton Hogan Ltd||Downer NZ Ltd||Fulton Hogan Ltd|
|Fulton Hogan Ltd||Fulton Hogan Ltd||Downer NZ Ltd||Geotech Ltd||Fulton Hogan Ltd||Nelmac Ltd|
|Higgins Contractors Ltd||Higgins Contractors Ltd||Fulton Hogan Ltd||Higgins Contractors Ltd||Geotech Ltd||Tasman Civil Ltd|
|MBD Contracting Ltd||MBD Contracting Ltd||Geotech Ltd||Kidson Construction Ltd||Higgins Contractors Ltd|
|Nelmac Ltd||Sollys Freight 1978 Ltd||Higgins Contractors Ltd||Nelmac Ltd||MBD Contracting Ltd|
|Sollys Freight 1978 Ltd||Tasman Civil Ltd||Kidson Construction Ltd||Sollys Freight 1978 Ltd||Nelmac Ltd|
|Tasman Civil Ltd||Sollys Freight 1978 Ltd||Tasman Civil Ltd||Sollys Freight 1978 Ltd|
|Taylors Contracting Co Ltd||Tasman Civil Ltd||Taylors Contracting Co Ltd||Tasman Civil Ltd|
|Taylors Contracting Co Ltd|
* Pending Tasman District Council H&S approved contractor status