THE Australian National Maritime Museum at Darling Harbour has released an RFT for the provision of regular and reactive maintenance services for the electronic security system installed at the museum, which includes CCTV, access control and intrusion detection. 
The Australian National Maritime Museum is large, with significant internal and external spaces, 2 major wharves and multiple vessels, including a decommissioned RAN destroyer. 

The museum building was designed by Philip Cox, Richardson Taylor & Partners and its 25m high corrugated iron roof was shaped to invoke the image of billowing sails. The museum has a floor space of 8500 square metres and covers 6 galleries.

The 2 wharves to the east of the main building have moorings to support the largest fleet of in-water historical vessels in the world, including the RMS Endeavour replica.

ANMM’s RFT closes on February 28. ♦