King Island Service Hub Feasibility Study
King Island Council has been awarded funding by the Tasmanian State Government to undertake a feasibility study for the development of a Service Hub which would bring together a number of the Island’s services, including the Library, ServiceTas, Tourist Information Centre, ad-hoc meeting rooms, and business centre.
Work has already commenced on bringing all stakeholders together with a view to creating a steering group who will drive the completion of this project.
To facilitate this process, Council is seeking expressions of interest from suitably experienced and qualified companies to provide project management and design services.
Any queries about this project should be directed to Council’s Growth & Strategy Manager, Helen Thomas on 03 6462 9000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expressions of interest need to be lodged via Tenderlink by 2pm on Friday 28th June.
Respondents are asked to note that, dependent on the responses received to this invitation, a more formal request for quote may be issued to a shortlist of Consultants