Emergency Services Station Relocation Feasibility
|Client||ACT Emergency Services Agency|
|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.