write to the Contractor explaining what is required as part of the post tender negotiations prior
Part A – Tender Submission, Tender Submission Review the tender
submission to check for any errors or omissions. Where you determine any
action is required, write to the Contractor explaining what is required
as part of the post tender negotiations prior to acceptance of tender
Note: the tendered amount must not be changed. Letter of Acceptance
Draft a letter of acceptance, dated 31 January 2018, for Eric Adsett’s signature by referring to the Contractor’s tender submission, the Conditions of Contract and the Annexure for all relevant details. List all post tender correspondence, if any,
Review the Contractor’s Trade Breakup, correct as necessary to form the basis for future progress claims and convey your corrections to the Contractor with reasons for your corrections. The Trade Breakup is to show the net value of each trade to facilitate the valuation of each trade by assessing the percentage of work complete at the date of valuation. Items subject to change such as Provisional Sums, Provisional Quantities and Provisional Delay Costs must be excluded from the Trade totals. GST must also be excluded. Refer to the Tender submission for details.
Request to Sublet
Carryout licence checks with the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) and the Worksafe electrical licence search. Respond accordingly to the Contractor.