Contractors and suppliers
At Pacific Hydro, our business relationships are important and we welcome your interest in working with us.
In evaluating any offer, we look for quality, value and alignment with our own policies and practices. Our Health, Safety and Sustainability Policy can be viewed here.
Pacific Hydro aims to award construction contracts to a single party which in turn engages local civil and electrical subcontractors.
If you are interested in subcontracting on any of our projects, it is advisable to register your services, labour supply and availability with local Councils, Development Boards and the Industry Capability Network for inclusion on their databases. Pacific Hydro will direct major contractors to these databases as a part of its information sharing processes.
Register your interest
Potential suppliers that wish to provide materials or services should register their interest by email.
Please note that registration of an interest to supply goods or services does not constitute any status of approval. Pacific Hydro may invite your company to formally register an Expression of Interest (EOI) for specific projects or packages, which will also be listed on this website. A ‘pre-qualification’ process will also be undertaken prior to, or as part of any evaluation.
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