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    Building Management and Works (BMW) welcomes feedback, suggestions and the opportunity to interact with contractors and industry. For information on our upcoming seminars and the latest in BMW news, please refer to the below.


    Western Australian Industry Participation Strategy – Information Session

    BMW is holding a free seminar to present information to builders on how the government’s Western Australian Industry Participation Strategy (WAIPS) will be incorporated into works tenders and contracts.

    Our targeted audience is contractors who are involved in, or would like to be involved in, directly tendering for BMW's minor and capital works projects.

    This seminar will help you understand how WAIPS is used in the tendering process and how BMW assesses WAIPSW participation plans, as well as how WAIPS reporting will contribute to assessment of a contractor’s performance in delivering a contract.

    The Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation will also present at the session on the Jobs Act 2017 and the government’s objectives in implementing WAIPS.

    Event details:

    The next seminar will be held in March 2019.


    'Contracting with BMW' seminars

    BMW holds a free ‘Contracting with BMW’ seminar to present important information to builders on contracting processes, policies and documentation related to the procurement process.

    Our targeted audience is contractors who are involved in, or would like to be involved in, directly tendering for BMW's minor and capital works projects.

    This seminar will help you understand the tendering process and how BMW assesses tendering applications, as well as how contractors are assessed for ‘prequalification’.

    Presented by senior managers from BMW, these information sessions will cover:

    • BMW works procurement policies
    • prequalification of head contractors
    • contractor performance reporting
    • tender request documents
    • tender management process.

    This seminar WILL NOT cover information on:

    • Low Value Maintenance panel.
    • professional consultancy panels.

    Event details:

    The next seminar will be held on Wednesday 17 October from 5pm to 7pm.

    Please click here to register for this event.

    Questions, feedback and complaints

    If you would like to ask a question, provide feedback or make a complaint to BMW, please talk to BMW’s Feedback Officer, who can be contacted by:

    If your complaint or feedback relates to a Department of Housing project access the Department of Housing's complaints or feedback page here.

    If your complaint relates to subcontractors working on a construction project who have not been paid on time, access the Non-payment of subcontractors page.

    Additional contact details are provided here.