Emergency Services Station Relocation Feasibility

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Infrastructure
Advisory Services
ACT
Emergency Services Station Relocation Feasibility
 Client   ACT Emergency Services Agency
 Sector  Government Facility
 Size  235m2
 Timeframe     2016
 Role  Independent Advisory Services

The ACT Emergency Services Agency (ESA) were requested to vacate the existing Business Continuity Communications Centre (BC Comcen) facility at Curtin.

The ESA investigated a number of relocation options and determined that the Hume Training Centre Precinct was the optimal location. The project involved the development of a detailed Feasibility Study for the relocation and establishment of the new ESA BC Comcen. The project also required the development of a Business Case and full GC21 documentation to facilitate an approach to market.

Xact were engaged by Procurement and Capital Works and the Justice and Community Services Directorate to prepare a detailed Feasibility Study, and subsequent Business Case, for the new BC Comcen at the Hume Training Centre Precinct. The Feasibility Study also included the development of a Functional Design Brief and Preliminary Sketch Plans.

 

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