WORKING WEEK

This offer provides for the whole of the work to be carried out on the basis of a 5 day, 38 hour ordinary working week,

Monday to Friday 7.30 am to 4pm, with a rostered day off every four weeks.

 

OVERTIME

Our quotation price has been calculated on the basis of work being performed during normal working hours (eg 38 hours 5 day working week).  Should it become necessary to work overtime then the extra charges occasioned thereby shall be additional to the contract amount.

 

PAYMENTS

At the completion of each section (test, maintenance etc), payment would be due within 14 days from date of invoice.

 

VALIDITY PERIOD

This offer shall remain open for acceptance for a period of 30 days, from the date hereof, and shall then lapse unless our company is notified of any change in procedure.

 

SUPPLY AUTHORITY CHARGES

Our quotation makes no allowances for any Supply Authority Charges associated with this project.  If any such costs are applicable, they would be additional to our quotation price.

 

GUARANTEE

This installation is guaranteed against defects in workmanship for a period of 12 months.  Materials and equipment supplied are subject to the guarantee passed on by the manufacturer.

 

PROGRESS PAYMENTS

A progress claim shall be made each month for the value of work done or materials delivered to site during the preceding period and shall become due and payable thirty (14) days thereafter.

 

SERVICE

Our response time is usually within 1 to 2 hours depending on the urgency of the situation.  However, a penalty of 4 hours would be applicable after 5pm weeknights or on weekends.

 

 

LAMP REPLACEMENT

Replacement of tubes will be at trade price and will be charged over and above any quotation All disposal of tubes will be as per EPA standard and charged accordingly.

 

REQUIREMENTS

A clear set of drawings so as our company can modify them for a Log book on CAD and saved on DXF formats.

PRICE ADJUSTMENTS
In the first year of the Contract Term, the Contractor is to be paid according to the “Lump Sum” and
“Schedule of Rates” amounts specified in the Tender Forms.
All “Lump Sum” and “Schedule of Rates” submitted by tenderers shall be firm and fixed for twelve
months from the Commencement Date and then subject to annual rise and fall adjustments on each
anniversary of the Commencement Date during the Contract Term in accordance with the formulae
below.
The rise and fall adjustments for “Lump Sum” and Schedule of Rates include Consumer Price Index (All
Groups Melbourne) movements.
AR = R { 1 + (CPI B – CPI A)/CPI A}
Where:
AR = the adjusted payment to be paid by Council for provision of the Service
R = the payment to be paid Council for provision of the Service at the Commencement Date.
CPI A = the Melbourne All Groups Consumer Price Index Number issued by the Australian Bureau of
Statistics at the Commencement Date of the Contract.
CPI B = the Melbourne All Groups Consumer Price In