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2 Main Roads and USA Visit SOUTHBANK EDUCATION AND TRAINING PRECINCT 27 June 2008

3 Southbank Institute of Technology Queensland’s largest Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institute More than 24,000 students including 2,500 international 400 staff Annual budget of $100 million Located close to Brisbane’s CBD

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5 The case for a redevelopment Spread across three campuses Southbank Kangaroo Point Morningside Need to match facilities to world-class education Buildings unsuited to purpose

6 In 2003 Buildings not fit for purpose Poor utilization of space IT incompatible Poorly maintained facilities Need for compliance upgrades Inflexible spaces for changing education needs Poor use of energy Inefficient use of ‘footprint’ Inefficient energy and utilities

7 Buildings not Fit for Purpose

8 Not IT Compatible

9 Poorly Maintained Facilities Need for Compliance Upgrades

10 Inflexible Spaces for Changing Education Needs

11 Inefficient use of ‘Footprint’

12 Inefficient Energy and Utilities

13 The Procurement Process Develop PPP business case Compile PPP business case Expressions of interest Binding bids Contract management Phase 2 Service identification Preliminary assessment Phase 1

14 Project Scope 38 month construction phase 30 year operation phase $234 million construction $542 NPV (1995) Whole of Life cost – 34 years

15 Master Plan 11 new buildings 4 refurbished buildings Onsite student accommodation

16 Project Brief Adaptable Flexible Buildings Buildings for the future in keeping with modern precinct Greater public use of facilities Flexible learning spaces Responsive Teaching and Learning Spaces Opportunity to reconstruct core delivery systems and services Opportunity to introduce a alternative teaching modes e.g. Mode 2 Opportunity to introduce a greater range of learning technologies Cost Effective Operations Efficiencies through one-campus operations Greater efficiency of non-core services in the delivery of core services Affordability Limited to Agency Business Case

17 Construction Phase $234 million construction Business-as-usual during construction Two construction stages Design Development in conjunction with client Decanting and use of alternative facilities Project team based at Southbank Institute with significant support from other government agencies including: Department of Education, Training and the Arts Department of Infrastructure and Planning Queensland Treasury Department of Works

18 Construction Timeline To be completed four months ahead of schedule August – Construction begins January Building D annex (new) 29 June - Building H (new) July – winner international Public Private Finance Awards July – Building C (new) 31 October – Building B (refurbished) March - Stage 1 buildings opened by Premier Anna Bligh 14 April – Building E (new) - original schedule 30 June April – Building A (refurbished) 19 May Building F (new) – original schedule October June Building D (refurbished) – original schedule 30 June July – Building G (new & refurbished) – original schedule 11 October 2008

19 Operations Phase 2008 – 2039 All non-core services accepted by the private partner including; Maintenance Security Grounds Cleaning Porterage Replacement of FF&E

20 Energy efficient ‘green’ facilities Flexible learning spaces ‘Live’ teaching and learning environments Accredited standards for fitouts to operate commercially Reconstruction of delivery systems and services * Mode ll learning areas * Use of latest technologies Fully IT networked campus Modern Precinct catering to diverse needs Areas for public use * Ground floor studios * Auditoria * Meeting spaces * Retail Single campus operations Managed risk Value for Money Outcomes Delivered

21 Resolving Disputes Governance structure for escalation Dispute mechanism

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23 Multi-Level Buildings Efficient footprint and centralised services

24 63 Bent St Toowong 4066 m: NORM JAGGER ETHICAL LEADERSHIP AND GOOD GOVERNANCE BY EXAMPLE. DRIVING BEST PRACTICE THROUGH EDUCATION, COLLABORATION AND CONSENSUS. MAKING A SUSTAINABLE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD.


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