New Engagement with Victorian State Government


We are pleased to be continuing to build and foster positive business relationships with the Victorian state government, and multiple departments.

Through Development Victoria (DV), we are providing the value of our experience in the development of feasible project planning for a number of major projects in preparation for delivery in the coming years.

PSA has been engaged to provide the project directors and managers with specialist planning and modelling of various projects in support of business cases for approval in 2018. Testing the feasible project delivery models with the different financial and scope components enables the project outcomes to be analysed for risk profiles and before major funding is required to be approved. This has been found to be a very effective method to test the different options prior to committing resources and enabling stakeholder buy-in and commitment.

PSA have also been engaged by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). PSA have over 30 years of experience in providing, independent and expert project progress monitoring and reporting and continue this with our latest client. The new housing facilities projects in the greater Melbourne area has crucial deadlines to allow the new residents to be accommodated prior to the end of next year.

We look forward to working closely with DHHS and DV to deliver these exciting projects.


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