Ironbark and MAV Procurement are thrilled to announce that they are again joining forces to assist councils with upgrading their street lights. This time it is in partnership with the Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT) as the program is broadened.
The Smart Lighting Program Mark II will again offer councils the opportunity to purchase LEDs directly from a standing panel of lighting suppliers whose LEDs have been approved for use, but there's also some big new additions including a standing panel of installation contractors and other services such as business case development; funding support; lighting design; project planning; on-going project management; council briefing attendance; smart lighting strategy development; and smart lighting and public lighting guidelines.
This EOI has been set up to determine where your council is at with street lighting and what type of support you would like from us. The survey should only take 6-10 minutes to complete, and consists of three pages:
Program Expression of Interest
Smart Cities Pilot Expression of Interest
Non-Standard (Decorative) Lighting Survey
Note that expressing your interest does not commit you to anything. It's just an EOI and we'll be in touch with more information as it becomes available.
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* All Victorian and Tasmanian councils can access the materials and installation panel. Victorian local governments are also offered full program support including project preparation, business case development, procurement, lighting design, project management, smart lighting strategies and guidelines and finalisation. For Tasmanian councils it is currently just for procurement support.
** While the Smart Lighting Program is currently only open to councils from Victoria and Tasmania, if you're from NSW, Qld, SA, WA, ACT or the NT then please instead jump over to the National Smart Lighting Pilots EOI.