The Government of South Australia has appointed Mossop Construction + Interiors (Mossop) to perform services in the role of Managing Contractor for the Yatala Labour Prison Redevelopment (Main Works).
As the Managing Contractor, Mossop will undertake management services, provide early contractor advice, create work packages, source and engage subcontractors and coordinate and supervise the works.
The Managing Contractor model for this project includes a two-stage contractual arrangement with the following elements:
♦ Part A (Pre-construction services):
Managing Contractor works collaboratively with the Principal and the Principal’s project design team to assist with the review of, and provide technical input into, the documented design to meet budget and time constraints. This would also involve investigating and identifying Value Management (VM) opportunities (e.g. buildability alternatives, material alternatives, etc) for potential cost and/or time benefit. At the conclusion of Part A, Mossop will submit a Guaranteed Construction Sum (GCS) Offer by 13th July.
♦ Part B (Construction services)
On acceptance of GCS Offer, Part B Construction Services will proceed under General Conditions of Contract, GC21- Managing Contractor (Amended). The construction period is anticipated from July 2020 to March 2022.
The Yatala Labour Prison Redevelopment (YLPR) project aims to provide 270 high security beds and associated new and upgraded facilities to support the prisons redevelopment including upgrading electronic security from analogue to digital technology across the site.
The Main Works project scope will include the following:
• Demolition of existing buildings and car parking infrastructure;
• Accommodation for 270 high security beds;
• Secure perimeter fencing;
• Visitors’ facility;
• Kitchen facilities;
• Admissions facility;
• Staff car parking, ring road and associated landscaping;
• New services infrastructure and enclosures;
• Outdoor recreation facilities;
• Landscaping; and
• Electronic security upgrade from analogue to digital across the existing prison infrastructure.