On this page:
- Australian Major Projects Leadership Academy (AMPLA) 2022 Prospectus
- Commercial Capability Framework
- Digital Asset Policy
- International Major Infrastructure Projects Benchmarking Review
- Offsite Construction Guide
- Offsite Construction Evaluation Tool
- Project Development and Due Diligence Guidelines
- Risk, Time, Cost and Contingency Guidelines
- Sensing Technology Application Guidelines
- Sustainable Investment Guidelines
- Victorian Digital Asset Strategy
Australian Major Projects Leadership Academy (AMPLA) 2022 Prospectus
The AMPLA Prospectus provides a course overview, the AMPLA learning methodology, and the faculty members who will guide the learning journey.
Commercial Capability Framework
The Commercial Capability Framework is a tool to define and measure commercial skills and competencies of Victorian Public Service and Executive Officer staff working in infrastructure delivery roles.
It gives guidance on the behaviours, skills and expertise that reflect different levels of commercial capability required to deliver successful project outcomes.
Digital Asset Policy
The Digital Asset Policy sets the minimum actionable digital practices and standards to improve productivity for project delivery.
International Major Infrastructure Projects Benchmarking Review
This benchmarking report prepared by The Boston Consulting Group focused on 379 large transport and social infrastructure projects greater than $250 million across 14 OECD nations, providing an insight into the performance and challenges of complex project delivery.
Offsite Construction Guide
The Victorian Offsite Construction Guide provides instruction to government departments and agencies on how to plan, design and deliver social, transport, health and education infrastructure for Victorians.
Offsite Construction Evaluation Tool
The Offsite Construction Evaluation Tool is a practical tool to assist departments and agencies in evaluating their project’s suitability for offsite construction.
Project Development and Due Diligence Guidelines
The Project Development and Due Diligence Guidelines (PDDD) provide a guide for project proponents on how to integrate PDDD activities into Victoria’s High Value High Risk Framework and the Gateway Review Process.
The guidelines recommend various activities to be undertaken during the project planning and development stages of Victorian Government sponsored infrastructure projects.
Risk, Time, Cost and Contingency Guidelines
The Risk, Time, Cost and Contingency Guidelines provide consistent cost and schedule approaches across all major Victorian infrastructure projects, incorporating the use of modern statistical methods to define and measure risk.
Additional requirements and expectations are defined based on project scope, stage, and project value and risk context to ensure reporting and management are fit-for-purpose.
Sensing Technology Application Guidelines
The application of sensors on physical assets has the potential to provide a step change in providing more accurate and useful data on the state of an asset and its performance.
As sensing technology becomes less expensive it is expected that its application will increasingly be viewed as a key requirement.
This policy is designed to guide when and how to consider the application of sensing technology on Victorian Government controlled infrastructure assets.
Sustainable Investment Guidelines
The Sustainable Investment Guidelines support project teams to incorporate environmental, social and economic sustainability in Victorian government Infrastructure Investments.
It incorporates sustainability best practice and government priorities and policies including the Victorian Government Climate Strategy, the Recycled First policy, Green Bonds and aspirations to mitigate project cost escalation by building a more circular economy.
Victorian Digital Asset Strategy
The Victorian Digital Asset Strategy sets out a whole-of-government strategy for digitising construction.
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Reviewed 16 March 2023