Paramount Projects is delighted to announce its strong relationship with a key emergency management agency, the Western Australian Department of Fire and Emergency Services, is set to continue.
Paramount is working with the Aviation Services Division to find both an interim and long-term solution to its inadequate operational facilities. The delivery of a $52 million ‘All-Hazards Response Aviation Facility’ (AHRAF) has been supported by a recent Paramount Business Case which assessed possible designs, site costs and recommended the best option.
As the AHRAF will take up to 5 years to complete, an interim hangar facility is required and will be leased in Jandakot. Items in scope include completing a one-year lease, negotiating the longer-term lease, and confirming essential improvements (e.g. walls, kitchen, ablutions, fencing). Specific key infrastructure will include briefing facilities, information technology, multimedia, security cameras, and power supply.
Paramount looks forward to continued work with the Director Aviation Services and other specialists including architects, consultants, ICT and property services. The resulting improvements in emergency coordination, response and public safety will stand as a tremendous legacy for the Western Australian community.