School Infrastructure NSW (SINSW) is procuring and managing projects in a more collaborative way, in alignment with Point 1 of the 10 Point Plan.
This case study highlights how School Infrastructure NSW (SINSW) is procuring and managing projects in a more collaborative way, in alignment with Point 1 of the 10 Point Plan.
SINSW plans to redevelop the existing Fort Street Public School site to provide new and expanded facilities to cater for a growing student population, address current site constraints (safety, access, operational limitations), provide innovative and flexible teaching environments, and refurbish exceptional heritage items, one of which is severely dilapidated.
The Fort Street Public School project is unique for the following reasons:
Early industry engagement was carried out to ensure:
From the beginning of the project, the team decided to undertake contractor market sounding to establish:
Adopting a best-fit procurement approach posed a unique set of challenges. Specifically:
Success is being realised through the design phase, including:
Benefits to project have included: