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GETS: New Dunedin Hospital - Digital Infrastructure Delivery Partner

8 Sep 2022
Written by Liam McLeavey
GETS Tenders

This Registration of Interest (ROI) is an invitation for suitably qualified suppliers to submit a Registration for the supply of Digital Infrastructure Delivery Partner (DIDP) services for all buildings within the New Dunedin Hospital (NDH) campus.

This ROI is the first step in a multi-step procurement process. After evaluation, shortlisted Respondent/s will be invited to participate in a closed RFP process. This document deals only with the first step: i.e., the ROI process.

Acting as a prime contractor, the DIDP will:
• In conjunction with our Digital Infrastructure Design Consultant, verify the design of in-scope Digital Group 2 and 3 solution components required for the NDH ;
• Procure, commission, install, integrate, manage and support all in-scope Digital Group 2 and 3 products for the NDH;
• Establish and manage a prototype and staging lab to deliver a fully integrated digital environment across all ICT at the New Dunedin Hospital; and
• Work closely with the NDH Main Contractor(s), sub trades, Te Whatu Ora - Southern's digital team and furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) vendors to deliver a fully integrated digital environment.

As well as technical capability, the DIDP will have a proven ability to build and maintain contractual relationships and a track record of working collaboratively with other contracting parties and mana whenua.

The DIDP will have systems, processes and resources in place to manage a contract of this complexity – including, for example, health and safety, and experienced staff and/or subcontractors. Key members of their project team will have capacity and demonstrated capability to meet delivery timelines, and have a proven ability to provide innovative, cost-effective solutions.

Please Note:
We will hold an on-line supplier briefing session on 2pm, Wednesday 7 September. Please RSVP for this session by 5pm, Tuesday 6 September.

Other than this RSVP, all communications must, as per the ROI instructions, be through GETS.

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