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Project Manager : Project Manager Oct Nov 2013
18 Project Manager CHAPTER PROJECT OF THE YEAR WINNERS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE PROJECT OF THE YEAR WINNERS IN EACH STATE CHAPTER. THESE PROJECTS STOOD OUT AS THE BEST OF THE BEST, AND WERE FINALISTS IN THE NATIONAL PROJECT OF THE YEAR. ACT: DEFENCE COMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES PROJECT Point Project Management and Department Of Defence is Canberra-based Defence project involved the e xtension of a network operations centre and the delivery of a high-performance computing environment. It is unique and was one of the most technically complex projects ever undertaken by Defence. After a planning phase it stalled because Defence stakeholders and advisors were not satisfied that the design or brief were meeting expectations. Defence engaged Point Project Management to develop a new design development process, reporting regime, approach to the project brief and perfor mance requirements. is project was completely restrategised with great skill and diligence to put it back on track with a design that met fitness-for- purpose objectives and was delivered on schedule and within budget. VIC: SOUTH WEST HEALTHCARE REDEVELOPMENT OF WARRNAMBOOL HOSPITAL CAMPUS Sinclair Knight Merz A 157-year-old facility, $115m investment, five years of planning and four-and-a-half years of construction made the redevelopment of Warr nambool Base Hospital the largest regional health project ever undertaken by a Victorian Gover nment. Sinclair Knight Merz worked collaboratively with the community, staff, government, designers and builders to transfor m the South West Healthcare facility on time and on budget to meet ever-growing health and cultural needs of the 110,000 residents of Warrnambool, Moyne, Corangamite and the broader southwest region of Victoria. Outcomes for the region include improved health ser vice capabilities, more beds and single rooms, increased job opportunities and enhanced health education opportunities. TAS: ORGANISATIONAL TRANSFORMATION PROJECT Hazell Bros is project represents the single most significant period of inter nal change within Hazell Bros, a family-ow ned Tasmanian-based multidisciplinary ser vice provider. Driven by an identified need to future-proof the organisation through sustainable growth and profitability, this project sought ultimately to deliver a robust national business model. Critical to this, the primary focus was on reshaping Hazell Bros to align with the evolving marketplace and to build a foundation designed to foster long-ter m performance. In fundamentally changing the manner in which the business operates, the degree of complexity was substantial yet the outcomes delivered are a testament to applying a project management rigor as an agent of change. STEVEN CHONG
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