Current tenders

Redland City Council may utilise one or more of the following electronic tendering platforms to conduct a tender process - VendorPanel, LGtenderbox or QTenders.   To download tender documents you will need to register for the applicable platform. 

List of current tenders

T-1921-19/20-WST Residual Waste Disposal Services

Redland City Council is seeking submissions for the provision of Residual Waste Disposal Services for waste received by RCC. Waste will be delivered to the Contractor's facility by Council's approved waste transporters where applicable.

The tender is offered with the following Separable Portions:

  • Kerbside (Mobile Garbage Bins)
  • Waste Transfer Station (Self Haul)
  • Timber (Self Haul)

Tender documents are available for download from QTenders

Tender Closes: Friday 16 August 2019 at 2.00pm Qld Standard Time

T-1904-18/19-FNS Printing, Mailing & Electronic Issuing of Rate Notices & Reminder Letters

Redland City Council is seeking submissions for the provision of printing, mailing and electronic issuing of rate notices and reminder letters.

Tender documents are available for download from VendorPanel.

Tender closes:  Wednesday 24 July 2019 at 2.00pm Qld Standard Time

PDG-43658-1 Park Upgrade at Valantine Park - Alexandra Hills 

Redland City Council is seeking submissions from main/head/Principal contractors for park upgrade works to be undertaken and delivered in three (3) stages including but not limited to:

  • Removal of existing playground equipment, furniture, fencing, signage and associated assets;
  • Supply and installation of playground equipment, cricket pitch/net, surfaces, amenities block, shelter and park furniture;
  • Supply and installation of water and sewer service connections;
  • Supply and installation of concrete paths and slabs;
  • Supply and install specified auxiliary works including signage, fencing and gates;
  • Supply and install landscape features including sandstone blocks, boulders and streetbond and other associated landscaping works;
  • Building and Plumbing Approvals; and
  • Final RPEQ ‘As Constructed’ drawings, playground certification and associated documentation.

Tender documents are available for download from QTenders.

Tender closes: Wednesday 25 July 2019 at 2.00pm (Qld Standard Time)

LCC008828 Resource Recovery and/or Waste Disposal Services

A Sub-Regional Alliance has been established between five South-East Councils (Logan City Council, Ipswich City Council, Redland City Council, Lockyer Valley Regional Council and Somerset Regional Council) for the purpose of seeking expressions of interest (EOI) for the delivery of resource recovery and/or waste disposal services.

On behalf of the Sub-Regional Alliance, Logan City Council invites EOIs from Respondents for the delivery of resource recovery and/or waste disposal services for any one or more recovered resources and/or waste streams, for any one or more of the participating Councils.

Expressions of Interest submitted in response to this invitation must be lodged through the LG Tender box advertisement issued by Logan City Council that has been invited on behalf of the Sub-Regional Alliance.

The waste materials offered under this Invitation are broadly categorised into the following streams:

  • Residual Waste - being waste that has not been specifically collected, received or sorted for reuse, recycling or beneficial reuse, or is generated as a result of some form of pre-treatment or resource recovery process;
  • Recyclable Waste - being items and materials for recycling or other form of beneficial reuse (excluding organic waste;
  • Organic Waste - being garden and/or food waste for the purposes of beneficial reuse;
  • Regulated Waste - wastes as defined in Schedule 7 of the Environmental Protection Regulation 2008 (Qld) of primarily domestic origin; and
  • Problematic Waste - being items that are currently not sorted or recovered but would be desirable to divert away from landfill for the purposes of beneficial reuse.

The key objectives of this Invitation are to procure resource recovery and/or waste disposal services that:

  • are affordable, reliable and adaptable in providing long term security to respond to potential changes in waste volumes and composition over time;
  • minimise waste disposal to landfill and maximise the recovery of resources for beneficial reuse and/or recycling;
  • encourage and enable economic development and circular economy in the sub-region giving consideration to the availability and maturity of end markets; and
  • deliver environmental and sustainability benefits for the Councils’ communities.

Examples of services that may be offered include:

  • complimenting existing waste materials collection systems – e.g. source separation of materials or bespoke collection service systems for specific waste materials; 
  • single or multi-material sorting and separation processes (e.g. material recovery facilities) that yield low contamination / high value resource streams;
  • beneficial reuse/ upcycling of waste materials;
  • recycling waste materials – remanufacture and refurbishment of materials into new products/ outputs such as compost and recycled content construction materials;
  • recovery of waste materials – alternative waste technologies such as energy from waste (EfW) and anaerobic digesters; and
  • landfill disposal.

For the purposes of the EOI, resource recovery activities are considered to be any of those activities that are listed above with the exception of landfill disposal.

As a result of this Invitation, a Respondent may:

  1. be shortlisted by the Sub-Regional Alliance to tender for resource recovery and/or waste disposal services for the Sub-Regional Alliance;
  2. be shortlisted by any two or more Councils to tender for resource recovery and/or waste disposal services to those Councils;
  3. be shortlisted by any Council to tender for resource recovery and/or waste disposal services to that Council;
  4. not be shortlisted at all.

For further information and/or to lodge a response to this invitation, please review the LG Tender box advertisement issued by Logan City Council that has been invited on behalf of the Sub-Regional Alliance.

Only forum questions received through the LG Tender box advertisement issued by Logan City Council will be responded to.

Closing Date: Tuesday 20 August 2019 at 2.00pm Qld Standard Time

PDG-43594-1 Thornlands Community Park (Stage 2A) - Redland City

Redland City Council is seeking submissions from main/head/Principal contractors for park upgrade works at Thornlands Community Park, Thornlands.

Work includes but is not limited to:

  • Supply and installation of playground equipment, shade sails, shelters, surfaces, and park furniture;
  • Supply and installation of electrical and water service connections;
  • Supply and installation of concrete paths and slabs;
  • Supply and installation of specified auxiliary works;
  • Building and Plumbing Approvals; and
  • Final RPEQ ‘As Constructed’ drawings, playground certification and associated documentation.

Tender documents are available for download from QTenders.

Tender closes: Thursday 22 August 2019 at 2.00pm (Qld Standard Time)

PDG-40556-7 & PDG-42651-2 Asphalt and Associated Works (Stage 1) - Redland City

Redland City Council is seeking submissions from contractors for asphalt and associated works to be carried out at various locations (under 2 separable portion packages) across Redland City.

Separable Portion 1: preferable that all on-site works be completed by 1 December 2019.

Separable Portion 2: preferable that all on-site works be completed by Monday 7 October 2019.

Work includes but is not limited to:

  • Supply and installation of all works as indicated;
  • Provision of Workplace Safety, Traffic and Environment documentation; and
  • Provision of Quality Assurance documentation; and
  • Final ‘As Constructed’ drawings and associated documentation.

Tender documents are available for download from QTenders on Wednesday 17 July 2019.

Tender closes: Thursday 8 August 2019 at 2.00pm (Qld Standard Time)