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ATM 19/2580 Soft Shelters
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The AAD has established the Traverse Capability Project to deliver an overland traverse and mobile inland station in Antarctica, to commence involvement in a major scientific research undertaking to retrieve a million-year old ice core.
The Project requires three soft shelters, capable of withstanding extremely low temperatures for extended periods in Antarctic conditions, to form part of the Inland Station Capability to allow ice core drilling, processing and maintenance to be conducted. These soft shelters are summarised as:
- Drilling tent.
- Core processing tent.
- Mobile machinery plant workshop.
The supply must be provided in accordance with the Statement of Requirement (SoR) in the ATM and subject to the terms and conditions set out in, or referred to, in ATM 19/2580 Soft Shelters. Neither the lowest nor any ATM Response may necessarily be accepted. The AAD reserves the right to abandon or terminate any aspect of the ATM at any stage if it is not in the public interest to proceed. Late submissions will not be accepted and submissions forwarded by facsimile or email will not be accepted. Potential Suppliers should note that the Draft Contract is indicative of standard terms and conditions that will form the basis of a formal agreement only and any contractual arrangement with a preferred Supplier will be subject to change. The AAD reserves the right to consider alternative terms and conditions of contract.
It is anticipated that the Contract will take effect from the date the Contract is executed.