Australian National Maritime Museum Security Tender Release.
Australian National Maritime Museum Security – Australian National Maritime Museum has gone to tender seeking operational security services.
The Australian National Maritime Museum is large, with significant internal and external spaces, 2 major wharves and multiple vessels, including a decommissioned RAN destroyer, HMAS Vampire.
The museum building was designed by Philip Cox, Richardson Taylor & Partners and its 25m high corrugated iron roof was shaped to invoke the image of billowing sails. The museum has a floor space of 8500 square metres and covers 6 galleries.
The 2 wharves to the east of the main building have moorings to support the largest fleet of in-water historical vessels in the world, including the RMS Endeavour replica.
Australian National Maritime Museum Security
The operational security services will be delivered at the museum building, Wharf 7, the Action Stations area, and external areas located at the Darling Harbour site. The services will generally be provided at any given time by a senior control room operator and security officers.
The service provider will deliver services primarily comprising control room functions and security guard functions in accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract and the museum’s operational security manual (to be provided to the successful tenderer).
The successful delivery of the Services will subsequently provide a high standard of security to staff, visitors, service providers, built assets and the Collection and contribute to a safe environment for all stakeholders.
Please note Tender Briefing will be held on March 7 at 10am. This is a non-mandatory briefing, interested participants may contact Arthur George at email@example.com – the tender closes on April 17.
“Australian National Maritime Museum Security Tender Release.”