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Procurement opportunity pipeline

To better advise industry, this page displays open and future procurement opportunities. Please note this procurement opportunity pipeline maybe subject to change without notice, where future tenders may not be issued or included in the pipeline.

Register your interest in any of the opportunities by completing our supplier registration form.

Suppliers invited to participate in a tender process are required to submit their response via our e-procurement system, Ariba.

For 'Registrations of Interest' please select request reason 'in response to an advertised opportunity'. For future tenders please select request reason 'for future opportunities that may eventuate' and list the tender name in the 'key goods/services provided' section.

Submitting a tender response

If you're invited to participate in a sourcing event, a Sourcing Specialist will send you an invitation email containing a hyperlink to Ariba.

Once you have logged into Ariba you will be guided through the process of submitting a response. If you require assistance, follow the ‘how to’ information within the system, or download a copy of our Ariba e-procurement system instructions.

If further information is required, you can contact Western Power by sending an email to our Ariba Specialist mailbox.

Online auctions

Suppliers may be invited to participate in an online auction during the tender process. To prepare for the online auction refer to the online auction bidders guide.

A demonstration online auction will be arranged prior to the live online auction. It is highly recommended that you participate in the demonstration online auction.

Registrations of Interest

The Scope

Western Power is seeking Registrations of Interest (ROI) from suitably qualified and experienced organisations, who place safety as its core value, for the provision of a new Depot located in the City of Greater Geraldton. This new Depot will be owned by Western Power and proposed for delivery under a ‘Design and Construct’ (D&C) contract to Western Power’s standards and requirements.

It will be situated adjacent and to the west of the existing Depot and will encompass a total site area of approximately 3 hectares.

Built form improvements include workshops, warehousing and office accommodation along with concrete hardstand and under cover parking for heavy vehicles. The Depot will house over 50 Western Power employees and include on-site parking for over 100 heavy and light vehicles. It is intended to commence construction in the later part of 2021.

As part of your ROI response, please evidence the following capabilities including both Safety and D&C Experience:

  • Please disclose your organisation’s recent & relevant Western Australian experience in delivering D&C contracts individually greater than $10 million in value;
  • D&C experience for multi-purpose facilities (e.g. fleet, commercial accommodation, logistics and industrial warehouses); and
  • Evidence of a strong recent safety record, including answering the below:
  1. Is your organisation, including parent and subsidiary entities, fatality free for the last five (5) years;
  2. Does your organisation employ (or commit to employ if awarded a contract with Western Power) a minimum ratio of 1 supervisor for every 15 operational personnel;
  3. Does your organisation employ (or commit to employ if awarded a contract with Western Power) a Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) manager and SHE full time site advisors of tertiary level qualifications in safety, health or environment (i.e. Certificate IV, Diploma, Bachelor’s degree) with a minimum of three years’ experience.
  4. Is your organisation willing and able to comply with all the requirements outlined in our SHE Requirements for Contractors
  5. Does your organisation have an established SHE management system aligned to AS/NZS 4801, OHSAS 18001 and AS/NZS 14001;
  6. Has your organisation (or subcontractors) incurred any Lost Time Injuries (LTI's) within the past 12 months (i.e. days whereby the injured person cannot come to work beyond the day of the injury occurring); and
  7. What is your rolling 12-month Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR)?

Registration Requirements

Please ensure the following details are included within your registration:

  • Provide a brief description (less than 2500 characters) of key goods/services that can be provided including:
    • The areas of expertise relevant to the opportunity, including relevant expertise in greenfield site development, demolition, major construction, commercial accommodation and industrial design; and
    • A concise capacity and capability statement.


To be considered, please REGISTER your interest using the link below. In addition, email Anthony Wardlaw referencing WS2030368598. The email must include a response demonstrating your organisations ability to meet the registration requirements. These must both be completed by COB 4pm AWST, Monday 14th December 2020

Please note that registering for the opportunity does not guarantee that you will be invited to participate in a market event or become a supplier of Western Power.

Register your interest


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Overhead Line Hardware Supply and delivery of fabricated overhead line hardware January-2021
Marketing Provision of Marketing Services February-2021
Switchgear Provision of Low Voltage switchgear February-2021
Enclosures Provision of Low Voltage switchgear enclosures February-2021
Environmental Services Provision of Environmental Services  March-2021
Power Training Services Provision of power related Training Services e.g. driver, network authority cards June-2021