Planning & Procurement
Business Case Development and Management
The development of a robust business case is arguably the most important deliverable for a project, not only for the client, but for potential contractors, the public and all other stakeholders involved.
A well-considered business case will clearly outline the key objectives and goals of the project, as well as identifying the key project benefits for broader end users. This will assist with achieving project funding and minimise otherwise lengthy timeframes for post business case stakeholder consultation, documentation development and procurement.
Completed both a preliminary evaluation and detailed business case for the Delga Park Substation power distribution requirements for well gathering, water treatment and processing, brine concentration and trunk line infrastructure for QGC.
Supported BCC in developing an options report, a preliminary evaluation and detailed business case for Brisbane Metro, including financial and commercial procurement support, detailed options analyses and assessment, risks management framework development and administration, constructability advice(s) and project controls overarching management.
Advised the Country Rail in NSW within its preliminary evaluation phase for options analyses, valuation engineering and cost estimation, financial and commercial analyses and risk framework development and administration for a confidential capital infrastructure project.
Completed a strategic review of the future Rail Network Strategy for DTMR in Queensland, including timetable development, program and stakeholder management and contributions to Cabinet submission(s).
Prepared an options report including detailed commercial, financial, risk, scope, constructability, and schedule focuses that was adopted as a preliminary evaluation business case for a confidential stevedores port acquisition and redevelopment project in Western Australia.
Managed the Preliminary Evaluation phase for the Brisbane to Beenleigh Rd Upgrade Project for DTMR in Queensland, including several options developments, workshop facilitation(s) and design for safety upgrading of a 19km section of Brisbane-Beenleigh Rd which is one of Qld’s poorest safety performing roads.