Doing business with Unitywater
Unitywater chooses to work with suppliers who are economically, environmentally and socially responsible to support the long-term wellbeing of our community.
Our policies and procedures ensure procurement of any good, service or construction activity is performed in an honest, competitive, fair and transparent manner. We believe this delivers the best value-for-money outcome for our customers.
We publish tendering opportunities through the Queensland Government’s QTenders website.
We don’t keep a register of interested or potential suppliers so if you’re interested in providing goods or services to us, please register your company details with QTenders. Once registered you will receive notifications of open invitations to offer that match your profile and provide you with access to tender opportunities. We respectfully ask you do not cold call or email us.
If you are interested in subcontracting, please refer to QTenders Awarded tenders to see those suppliers that have contracted with us and contact them directly.
Terms and Conditions
These may vary from time to time and suppliers should review Unitywater’s terms and conditions when accepting an order from us.
Unitywater Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (PDF)
Submission of invoices
To ensure invoices are processed in accordance within the terms of the engagement, please submit invoices by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All invoices must include the Purchase Order number; invoices that do not include this reference may be returned to the supplier.
Accounts Payable can be contacted through any of the following methods:
Phone: (07) 5431 8304
Fax: (07) 5431 8580
Post: Unitywater Accounts Payable, PO Box 953 Caboolture QLD 4510
Contractor Induction Portal
We are committed to Zero Harm for all staff, contractors and consultants. To ensure your safety while working with us, you must complete an induction before arriving on any Unitywater site or office.
If you have been contracted to work on a Unitywater site an online induction is available. It consists of two parts:
- A general introduction to Unitywater
- A site specific induction which explains the site specific requirements.