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EOI for a more sustainable South Melbourne Market

Posted in Seeking by Port Phillip on November 19th, 2008

Saturday November 15, 2008, The Age

CITY OF PORT PHILLIP

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

Environmental audit and design feasibility services for a more sustainable South Melbourne Market

EOI No. (1264)

Expressions of Interest are invited for an Opportunity to conduct a comprehensive environmental audit of the systems and design of the South Melbourne Market with the intention of then producing one or more feasibility studies for design solutions to improve upon each of the issues and opportunities identified to help make South Melbourne Market more environmentally friendly.

This is a unique chance for a suitable organisation to take an active role in the evolution of a Melbourne icon visited by over 3.1 million people every year and to improve upon what is currently Port Phillip’s single biggest consumer of water and electricity.

In helping to turn a utilitarian facility into a living example of ingenuity, dynamic complexity and sustainability, the new South Melbourne Market will aspire to set unprecedented benchmarks for environmental and social performance for similar buildings both in Australia and internationally.

From Tuesday November 18,2008 further information and a copy of the specification may be obtained from Matthew Trigg on 9209 6303, via mtrigg@portphillip.vic.gov.au or at the St Kilda Town Hall.

Submissions will be received in envelopes clearly marked

Expression of Interest for Environmental audit and design feasibility services for a more sustainable South Melbourne Market – EOI No. 1264

and are to be lodged in the tender box at the St Kilda Town Hall, corner Brighton Road and Carlisle Street, St Kilda by 3pm on Friday December 5, 2008.

Lodgement of submissions does not guarantee inclusion on the tender list as Council reserves the right not to accept any Expression of Interest, or part thereof.

Submissions received after the closing time or by email or facsimile WILL NOT be considered.

David Spokes

Chief Executive Officer

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