Council strengthens ties to local business with Contractor's Breakfast
Published on 09 July 2019
Baw Baw Shire Council is hosting a free BBQ breakfast for local contractors and business operators on Wednesday 24 July to learn about upcoming opportunities and how to get involved.
Baw Baw Shire Council’s adopted 2019/20 Budget includes $29.6 million for new Capital Works projects to address key priorities identified by residents – including $11 million for road works, a $6.7 million building program, $3.8 million for recreation and open spaces and a $1.3 million investment in new footpaths and footpath renewal.
Both current and interested contractors are encouraged to attend to learn more about upcoming infrastructure projects, expected timeframes, Council’s procurement process and what they need to do to apply.
Council officers and managers will be available to provide a handy overview of the current procurement process – including recent updates - and respond to any questions.
The Breakfast is a new initiative designed to help current and potential contractors engage more closely with key Council departments and make the contract tendering and application process smoother for all involved.
- Date: Wednesday 24 July 2019
- Time: 7.30am-9.00am
- Venue: The Goods Shed, Warragul
A free BBQ breakfast and coffee will be supplied.
Bookings are essential.
Please RSVP by 22 July 2019 by completing the online registration form, calling 1300 BAW BAW (1300 229 229) or by email (please provide your name, the name of your company and your email address).
Quotes attributable to Mayor Cr Mikaela Power.
“This breakfast gives local contractors and businesses an opportunity to chat face-to-face with Council officers, learn what infrastructure projects are in the pipeline for the year ahead and gain real insight in to Council processes and what they need to do to get involved.
“We are always striving to provide great service to all of our customers and local stakeholders– this new initiative is a great demonstration of our aim to better serve and engage our local business community.”