OPEC Systems’ capabilities in UXO remediation have been recognised with their inclusion once again on the Defence Infrastructure Panel – Environment, Heritage and Estate Engineering (DIP-EHE) for 2020-2025. The appointment commenced in July 2020.
The panel represents a whole of government approach for engagement of environment, heritage and estate engineering related services to the Department of Defence and other Federal agencies for a five-year period.
OPEC Systems has been selected within four of the 23 service categories. The awarded categories include:
📌Unexploded Ordnance Remediation
📌Unexploded Ordnance Survey and Safeguarding
📌Unexploded Ordnance Management and Advice; and
📌Contamination Remediation Works.
“Securing a place in four of the panel categories is a gratifying end to a rigorous tender process,” said OPEC Systems General Manager – Defence Services, Mike Ransom.
“Our selection is an endorsement of our ability to deliver specialist services across the four service categories and demonstrates that we are considered a safe set of hands with a strong focus on professionalism and quality,” he said.
Panel selection means OPEC Systems is pre-qualified to respond to tender opportunities under the agreement, as they arise.