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Infrastructure development at the Osborne Naval Shipyard aims to modernise ship construction systems and processes in Australia to improve shipyard productivity and reduce the cost of Australian build programs.
CJC was engaged by Australian Naval Infrastructure (ANI) during the detailed design and construction phases of the project. Initially our engagement was based on the team’s experience with steel structure heavy lifting. ANI then drew on our experience and expertise in quality and completion handover management.
During the construction phase, CJC personnel provided on-site construction and project management support to ANI. Responsibilities of our team included constructability reviews of the steel halls construction, heavy lift documentation reviews, tracking of program, review and approval of cost and cost estimation and reporting to the ANI Executive. Further expanding our responsibilities, ANI also engaged CJC to prepare temporary works designs.
CJC personnel undertook constructability assessments of the proposed car park, pedestrian footbridge and wharf facilities. Following engagement of a subcontractor for these works, CJC undertook a cost review comparison of the pedestrian footbridge.
During the final six months of construction, CJC personnel were engaged to facilitate the completion and handover process. Key responsibilities of this role included lot review; non-conformance review; defects and incomplete works tracking and reporting and management of the weekly completion meetings with the Managing Contractor, ANI representatives and the designers.