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will include a new iconic landscaped Headland
Park, spectacular public waterfront walks and parks,
shops, cafes and restaurants, world-class commercial
of ce towers and apartments, all serviced by new
and extended transport systems. Barangaroo will be a
welcoming place for all Australians.
It will give everyone a dynamic new opportunity
to enjoy Sydney Harbour, with more than half of
Barangaroo being open public space. Construction
has begun on both the Headland Park and the
basement beneath the three commercial towers.
The rst commercial tower, the Headland Park
and the public promenade are on track to open in
2015, with completion of the entire development
projected by 2023.
Nation Building Economic Stimulus Program --
NSW Social Housing Initiative
Nominee: Evans & Peck -- Strategic Adviser to
The federal government's $1.9 billion Nation
Building Economic Stimulus Program for Social
Housing in New South Wales is the largest social
housing infrastructure project across Australia in
The Program has delivered 6028 accessible and
energy ef cient homes to date for thousands of
people in need.
In a strategic advisory role, and in partnership
with Housing NSW, Evans & Peck developed the
initial strategy for the Program to deliver the NSW
Social Housing Initiative. A series of innovative
processes were implemented to achieve signi cant
time and cost savings. Evans & Peck went on to hold
key positions in the Program Management Of ce
during the implementation and delivery phases of the
The Program successfully stimulated the
New South Wales economy during the global
nancial crisis, creating over 5000 jobs, providing
opportunities for a new generation of apprentices,
and injecting $1.9 billion within two years -- while
housing over 10,000 people in need.
Victorian Comprehensive Cancer
Nominee: Ernst & Young -- Commercial and
Financial Adviser to the State
The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre
(VCCC) Project includes the development of a
purpose-built PPP facility in Parkville to support and
enable integrated delivery of patient treatment and
care, and cancer research and education.
The Victorian Department of Health is the lead
state agency. Ernst & Young is the state's nancial and
commercial adviser to the project since completing
its business case. Plenary Health is the developer.
The new facility will house the relocated Peter
MacCallum Cancer Centre. It will also provide cancer
research and clinical care facilities for Melbourne
Health and The University of Melbourne. In addition,
eight successful organisations in cancer control have
formed a powerful alliance with the vision to save
lives through the integration of cancer research,
education and patient care.
Through innovation and collaboration, the
VCCC alliance will drive the next generation of
improvements in prevention, detection and cancer
Contractor Excellence Award --
sponsored by The Bank of Tokyo-
Winner: The Port Botany Expansion Project
The Port Botany Expansion project is an
outstanding example of engineering excellence
and one of the most signi cant port infrastructure
projects delivered in Australia for over 30 years.
The $515 million project included the reclamation
of 60 hectares of land with the construction of 1.85
kilometres of shipping wharves and associated rail
and road network.
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