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This page provides details of any tenders that are being advertised by Waikato Regional Council. For further information on the listing you will need to visit the Government Electronic Tenders Service (GETS) website.


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Advance Notice of a Contract Opportunity

Advance Notice of a Contract Opportunity - Regional Pest Management Plan (RPMP) Pest Monitoring Programme

The Waikato Regional Council (the Council) contracts one pest animal monitoring contractor to undertake a monitoring programme in the Waikato region to support the Council’s pest animal control contracts. The pest animal monitoring contractor is responsible for undertaking independent monitoring of pest control operations to ensure that performance standards and pest control levels are being met.

The Council currently has a three-year contract in place for this service which will expire on 30 June 2018. We are wanting to hear from suitably qualified contractors who would be interested in the opportunity to undertake pest monitoring services for the Council for the next three year period (1 July 2018 to 30 June 2021).

PLEASE NOTE: This contract opportunity is only available to contractors who are existing Waikato Regional Council Pre-approved Biosecurity Contractors for Pest Animal Services OR contractors who become pre-approved by 31 March 2018.

The Advance Notice document, which contains more information on the contract opportunity, becoming a pre-approved contractor and how to register your interest is available from link) GETS RFx ID 19291664. You must subscribe to the Advance Notice on GETS to access the document.

Please direct any enquires to:

Paul Quinn - Biosecurity Officer, Pest Animals
Ph: 0800 800 401


5pm, 31 January 2018
Request for Tender (RFT)

Kuaoiti Woodlot Forest Harvest -ICM2017/2018-2025

Waikato Regional Council (Council) invites tenders for the purchase and harvest of Pinus radiata within the Kuaoiti Woodlot.  Kuaoiti Woodlot is an 84 hectare block of land south of Paeroa township on Rotokohu Road.  The Kuaoiti Woodlot is of moderately steep to rolling topography, contains native bush and approximately 36 hectares of Pinus radiata as well as a few unproductive areas of Acacia melanoxylon and Cupressus macrocarpa (approx. 1.5 ha total).

This Tender is for the stumpage purchase of Pinus radiata trees within Kuaoiti Woodlot, but the successful tenderer will retain the revenue (if any) from the harvest. 

Tender documentation and further information is available from link) GETS RFx ID 19254031  

10am, Friday 22 December 2017
Request for Proposal (RFP)

Land Management Inspector - Upper Waikato

The Waikato Regional Council (the Council) is seeking suitably qualified land management inspectors for the opportunity to become preferred suppliers to provide technical and field assessments of soil conservation areas on individual properties in the Upper Waikato, as part of the historic Catchment Management Schemes. Land management inspectors carry out the following tasks:

  • Inspection of existing soil conservation work on properties
  • Inspection of maintenance works
  • Liaison with landowners and Council staff regarding non-compliant areas and required maintenance works
  • Provision of property specific reports

We are seeking land management inspectors who have a strong conservation and land management background, are people oriented and have the ability to connect with landowners and rural communities on the importance of catchment management schemes.  A minimum of two inspectors will be appointed as preferred suppliers.

For further information and to access the RFP documents please subscribe to the RFP notice on the Government Electronic Tenders Service (GETS): link)

or contact:

Katherine Glasgow, Senior Catchment Management Officer - Upper Waikato
Phone: 0800 800 401

GETS Reference: 19244415

12 noon, Thursday 14 December 2017
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