February 2012 to December 2014
2.5 year contract
The Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) located in Canberra is a joint partnership between the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and the University of NSW (UNSW). It provides an undergraduate learning/living environment for budding Officers of the ADF (Army, Navy and Air Force) to undertake both military and university studies whilst living on site and being exposed to the expectations and rigors of military life.
It also provides post-graduate study for civilians, more senior ADF personnel and public servants.
Approximately 900 Army and Air Force officer cadets and Navy Midshipmen are enrolled in the three year training program at ADFA. About another 500 cadets are currently completing a fourth year of academic studies or post-graduate studies through UNSW. These cadets come from around Australia
and from other Defence Forces around the world through military exchange programs.
ADFA is located in Campbell. It is situated next to Mount Pleasant and adjacent to the Royal Military College, Duntroon.
The redevelopment project at the ADFA is required to be completed by 2013 and will provide much required vital upgrades to the existing facilities and services at the campus. A majority of the facilities were designed in 1981 in accordance with the prevailing standards and technology.
ADFA has undergone several significant changes in organisation and management arrangements of both the academic and military components. These upgrades will provide an opportunity for ADFA to rationalise the campus and re-evaluate their requirements keeping pace with the technological
advances and to meet their perceived needs for next two to three decades.
Project Scope of Works
The following are the scope of works for the project:
The work under this contract covers the complete supply, installation and testing of the work