Trafflec secures national accreditation

Trafflec secures accreditation under the Austroads National Prequalification System for construction of roads and bridges.  After undertaking a rigorous assessment of Trafflec’s systems, financial capacity and engineering skills Queensland Transport and Main Roads (QTMR) granted prequalification status to Trafflec at R2B1F10 level.  The prequalification status came into force on 2nd April 2012

Trafflec previously held transitional prequalification status under the National System at R2B1F5 level, allowing construction of civil road projects up to a value of $5 million.  The only change from Trafflec’s transitional rating is an increased financial rating, from F5 to F10.  This allows Trafflec to undertake government road construction contracts up to a value of $10 million.

Contractors wishing to tender for government road and bridge construction contracts and other nominated contract types must be prequalified.  The National prequalification framework is recognised by most states in Australia.   Prequalification of contractors is a risk mitigation strategy for Australian road authorities.  The assessment does not simply consist of a one-off assessment but is, in fact, a continuous process of review.

Prequalification with the Participating Authority falls within the National Prequalification System.  The National Prequalification System consolidates all the various jurisdiction-specific prequalification schemes previously in place to create a seamless, harmonised framework for applications, assessments and reviews.

The National Prequalification System was developed on behalf of Austroads by a Working Group comprising senior contract services personnel from state and territory road authorities.

Click Here to view our National Prequalification Certificate.

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