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PERTH, Western Australia, 6831

 

 

 

 

 

 

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OUR PROJECTS

Our professionalism and expertise speaks for itself through the following project snapshots which outline the magnitude and complexity of our projects and our proven capacity to act as thought leaders.

 

We approach your projects and programs as if the budgets and reputation that rest on them are our own. The pride and great sense of accomplishment for clients and communities we have delivered great outcomes for, are illustrated below.

 

Program and Project Management

 
STATE-WIDE WHOLE OF GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT REVIEW

 

 
This project was required to support the delivery of a Government election commitment regarding “A broad ranging review of Government procurement practices” to ensure that probity and value for money remain at the forefront of the State’s procurement policy and consider local content provisions as part of a new procurement policy for Government. To support this commitment, Government requested that an IDC be established as a priority to conduct this review. 

 

 
HELICOPTER EMERGENCY MEDICAL SEARCH AND RESCUE PROJECT
 
Paramount Projects secured funding for a $30m Emergency Sea and Rescue Helicopter Service by developing a quality business Case. They also developed and agreed a robust plan for delivery of the project and procured all of the key components of the project including:

 

  • A $6m Emergency Rescue Helicopter Base;

  • A helicopter service including helicopter and crew; and

  • Critical Care Paramedic service.

 

 

Business Advisory

 
REGIONAL SERVICE
PROVIDER PROCUREMENT PROJECT
 
The Regional Service Provider (RSP) Procurement project was an innovative response to go to an open market tender as this represented an opportunity to implement performance focused contracts, seek value-for-money and improve service levels. The key objectives of the project were to:
 
  • Procure long-term property and tenancy management services across six remote regions;

  • Introduce more robust, commercially focused contracts; and

  • Incorporate a number of business initiatives and process / policy improvements into the contract.

 

 

Program and Project Management

 
 
REBUILD OF FLOOD RAVAGED 
ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY
 

Community Consultation and Development

Paramount Projects project managed the rebuild of an Aboriginal community devastated by flooding. The project budget was $120m and the rebuild included:

 

  • More than 70 houses;

  • All internal community roads;

  • Community pool;

  • Water, electricity and waste water services; and

  • A 200 person temporary accommodation facility.

 

 

 
 
PRIVATE LAND OWNERSHIP IN
REMOTE ABORIGINAL
COMMUNITY DJARINDJIN PILOT

 

 
The Private Land Ownership in Remote Aboriginal Community (PLORAC) is a pilot initiative to explore the level of interest and any barriers to the introduction of private land ownership in remote Aboriginal communities. PLORAC seeks to build on high-level policy work by providing a practical example of what can be achieved at a localised level through land tenure improvements.

 

 

Community Consultation and Development

RESOURCES TO RISK
MODEL FOR
VOLUNTEER MARINE RESCUE

 

 
This project sought to develop a Resource-to-Risk Model for Volunteer Marine Rescue (VMR) in Western Australia. The Model’s aim was to ensure that the search and rescue (SAR) resources being managed by the 35 registered VMR Groups correspond in number, size and type with the marine risks that exist in each location. The Resource-to-Risk Model establishes:
  • ‘Fit-for-purpose’ marine SAR assets that are suitable for local conditions and operational requirements;

  • Any gap between required resources and those currently in place;

  • The minimum level of resource capability required for each Group; and

  • A benchmark below which SAR capability becomes increasingly ineffective and unsafe.

 

 

 

Business Advisory

 
REHABILITATION AND
HYGIENE PROJECT
- FIRE FIGHTERS

 

 

The introduction of Presumptive Legislation for Firefighters and the related issue of Occupational Health & Safety requirements have prompted fire authorities to re-examine how hygiene and decontamination issues can be addressed and resolved using more efficient work practices.

 

 

Business Analysis