The Construction Supplier Register (CSR) is managed by the Department of Treasury and Finance. Suppliers who are prequalified on the CSR can tender for Victorian Government construction projects.
The VSBA has a Technical Advisory Panel (TAP). Consultants must be registered on the TAP to participate in VSBA consultant tenders. To start the TAP registration process, you must be registered on the CSR in one of the following categories:
- Building Condition Assessment
- Building Surveying
- Civil Engineering
- Contamination Testing
- Electrical Engineering
- Energy Management
- Landscape Architects
- Mechanical Engineering
- Project Management
- Quantity Surveying
- Structural Engineering
The TAP panel streamlines how we engage suppliers to provide technical advice for our school building projects.
- your company’s CSR registered name
- your company’s CSR category(s)
- first name
- last name
- email address.
Once you’ve created your TAP account, you’ll need to provide the following qualifications and compliance documents:
- Professional Indemnity Insurance
- Public Liability Insurance
- Application Form
- Capability Statement and Rate Card
- TAP Deed Poll Framework Agreement
We will assess your qualifications and compliance documents progressively as we receive them. We will notify you of outcomes via the TAP portal. If we approve all documents, you will be eligible to participate in competitive tenders to provide us with technical advice.
Prequalification does not guarantee any request for tender or an engagement for services.
Victorian Education Infrastructure Industry Briefing
Each year following the State Budget, we run an industry briefing. We provide a high-level summary of upcoming projects. This summary is provided for communication and planning purposes only, and may be revised or cancelled. It’s not a solicitation and doesn’t constitute a request for proposal. It’s also not a commitment by the Victorian Government to purchase the described works or services. We have no obligation to respond to or return any unsolicited bids received.
Reviewed 29 May 2023