CITY of Greater Geraldton in Western Australia is inviting tenders from suitably qualified, resourced and experienced contractors for the supply and installation of CCTV server and storage hardware and VMS software incorporating analytics and AI.
The contract will include the ongoing replacement, maintenance, servicing and management of the City’s comprehensive security and safety CCTV solution.
In 2015, City of Greater Geraldton installed nearly 30 new CCTV cameras as part of a crime prevention strategy in the city. The new cameras were installed at popular tourist sites and a car park, bringing the city’s camera count to more than 100. The Federal Government contributed more than $A400,000 towards the new cameras.
At the time of the system’s upgrade, Mayor Ian Carpenter said he hoped the cameras would “prevent, deter and detect crime and increase perceptions of safety, particularly around retail, entertainment and commercial areas”.
Specifications, criteria and documentation may be obtained electronically from the City’s Tenderlink portal after 8:00 am Saturday 9 February 2019.
Meanwhile, technical details are available by contacting the Procurement Officer, Ray Bailey via the Tenderlink clarification forum or via email Tenders@cgg.wa.gov.au.
Tenders must be submitted to the relevant electronic tender box via the City’s Tenderlink electronic Portal. The time and date of final tender submission is 1pm (WST) Tuesday, 26 February, 2019.
Tenderers should note that canvassing of any City of Greater Geraldton councillors or officers will disqualify submissions.