Awarded Modular Building Tenders to Quality Builders 2017

Ian Michael made this Freedom of Information request to WA Building Management and Works

This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened.

The request was refused by WA Building Management and Works.

Dear WA Building Management and Works,
I formally request all the relevant documentation submitted by the tenderer for modular school transportable building tenders won and awarded to Quality Builders in WA for the year 2017 January thru to December.
In particular Tender no's 2017/01628, 2017/01627 and 2017/04711, notwithstanding any others that may have been awarded in the above period.

Yours faithfully,
Mr Ian Michael

BMW Complaints and Feedback, WA Building Management and Works

Hi Ian, thank you for your email.  I have forwarded your request to our
Freedom of Information section to progress.



Trina Baillie

Manager Contractor Prequalification

Policy and Practice

Building Management and Works, Department of Finance


16 Parkland Road, Osborne Park WA 6017

Locked Bag 44, Cloisters Square WA 6850

08 6551 2084  |  [1][email address]  | 


High performing public sector empowered and enabled by our advice and



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Dear Mr Michael


Please see attached a letter of response regarding your Freedom of
Information request dated 12 December 2017.



Kind regards



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The applicant has not told Right to Know the status of this request and I have been asked to update the status.

Note 1: Mostly I classify a response like this one to say "clarification requested" because the agency has told the applicant that some more information (or money!) is needed before the request will be processed. With this request, I have put the response in the category of "refused" because it is some time since the agency responded and the applicant does not appear to have made a follow-up. It is possible that a follow-up has been made by the ordinary post or by private email but Right to Know has not heard anything about this. Even if the applicant did not follow-up agency questions, it does not mean that the agency will refuse the request when an application is made in the correct (required) manner.

Note 2: Although an application under the Freedom of Information Act 1983 of the Commonwealth of Australia does not require an application fee, this is not the case with applications in the states and territories of Australia. Then an applicant must usually pay a fee, or the request is not valid. Also, the Commonwealth agencies might demand payment of a fee to cover extra processing costs. If the fee is not paid, the request will not be processed.