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Cladding Rectification Professional Services – hosted by Major Projects Canberra
Register of Potential Suppliers
The ACT Government is hosting a Register of Potential Suppliers to assist private property owners who may have potentially combustible cladding to:
- identify whether the cladding on their building is combustible cladding
- if the cladding is found to be combustible, to provide mitigation options.
What is the Register of Potential Suppliers?
Often building owners are not quite sure where to get help on a technical building issue such as cladding. Owners may be not sure of the qualifications and skills needed to undertake cladding work. This Register will be an open, publicly available list hosted on the Major Projects Canberra website, which details suppliers who have the qualifications, experience, licences and insurance to undertake cladding work in the ACT. We are seeking applications from people who are qualified, insured and licensed to work on cladding rectification projects in the ACT as:
- Building Surveyors/Certifiers
- Fire Engineers
- Quantity Surveyors
- Structural and/or Façade Engineers
- Project Managers
This Register will be publicly available and may be accessed by building owners such as:
- individuals who are owners of private buildings
- body corporate organisations such as owners corporations
- owners of buildings used for commercial work.
The services required from suppliers will vary for different projects but would be likely to include site inspection, assessment of fire safety risk, engineering and architectural design advice and documentation services, building certification advice and cost estimation.
The Register is not a procurement panel for Government work and it will not lead to a request for work from the Government.
Please go to Major Projects Canberra website for further information and to apply for inclusion on the Register of Potential Suppliers.
No submissions should be made to TendersACT or a tender box on this TendersACT site.