All current publicly listed tenders are advertised by Brisbane City Council. Select any tender below to access detailed tender information on the Supplier Portal and submit your response.
Responses must be lodged as specified in the relevant tender documentation. Council's Contract Manual issued pursuant to the City of Brisbane Act 2010 applies to the making of the below contracts.
Find out about the current opportunities to:
|Title||Category||Tender type||Close date
|520065||Lease and Operation of four Council pools||Lease and Rental of Property or Building||RFP||30/01/2015 12 noon|
|520060||Pipe Relining at Pring St, Hendra||Drainage System Maintenance Services||RFT||04/02/2015 12 noon|
|510222||Playground Equipment||Playground Equipment||RFP||06/02/2015 12 noon|
|510223||Mobile Solution for Parking Payments||Financial Management||RFP||11/02/2015 12 noon|
|510217||Landscape Construction Services||Landscape Construction||RFP||13/02/2015 12 noon|
|520070||Externally Hosted GIS Solution & eBimap||GIS Engines||RFP||18/02/2015 12 noon|
|570035||Inner City Based Infrastructure (such a marines)||Commercial Land Parcels||EOI||25/02/2015 12 noon|
Brisbane City Council, through its subsidiary company, City Parklands Transition Services Pty Ltd (CPTS), operates Roma Street Parkland and South Bank Parklands.
CPTS invites qualified contractors to tender for the above works to be carried out at Roma Street Parkland.
For further information and to request the tender documents, email email@example.com.
The closing date for tender submissions is Friday 6 February 2015 at 2:00pm AEST.
Brisbane City Council’s waste services contracts expire in 2018.
Qualified and experienced organisations are invited to attend an information session to discuss strategic direction for future operations.
As Australia’s New World City, Brisbane has a local government area that occupies 1,338.1 km² and a permanent resident population of over 1.1 million people. Council is committed to its vision of a clean, green city and manages waste and resource recovery services for more than 480,000 properties across the city.
If you represent an organisation with the capacity, capability, financial security and partnership capability to take on contracts of this magnitude, book your place at least 24 hours before the events by email.
Council has provided two information sessions. The next information session includes a half day tour of waste and resource recovery facilities on 29 January 2015. Find out more by by emailing the team.
Alternatively, you can read more about Council’s current waste and resource recovery operations.