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With a growing population and an increased need for a more m de n and efficient ail net , this programme was engineered to transform Adelaide’s network into a vibrant, state of the art sustainable system, providing faster, cleaner, m e f e ent and m e efficient services for commuters and mass rail transit. New A-City trains were also introduced and rolled out last year. This programme has incorporated the work of nine major construction contractors and represents the biggest overhaul of the city’s rail network since the 1920s. “The level of complexity of the Rail Revitalisation program is unprecedented, particularly in relation to management at the interface of eleven sub-projects, nine lead contractors and more

than 100 sub-contractors,” says the DPTI. “The successful management of safety, and environmental and stakeholder impacts was accomplished in the context of si nificant e etati n clea ance, a long and restricted work site and a still-operational national freight service running through the worksite.”

BuilDing management The Building Management division is part of the Business Services Group in the DPTI, which oversees assets valued at more than $13.2 billion. It provides advisory and management services to assist government agencies and other departmental divisions in: the c nst cti n, maintenance, replacement, refurbishment or 53

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Australasian Business Coverage Issue 15  

Australasian Business Coverage Issue 15