Department of Construction and Infrastructure annual report 2010-2011
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Department of Construction and Infrastructure Annual Report 2010-2011 10 Government programs The department has played a key role in stimulating the Northern Territory economy, delivering the infrastructure for two key programs: - Building the Education Revolution (BER) - The Territory Context Territory 2030. This $35M program provides new and improved social housing for Territorians in Darwin, Alice Springs and regional areas. It includes three initiatives: 1. Repairs and Maintenance Program Completed 09/10 2. New Construction Stage 1 projects Completed 09/10 3. New Construction Stage 2 projects To be completed The department is also delivering five social housing developments sponsored by Department of Housing, Local Government and Regional Services (DHLGRS). Work on the projects commenced in May 2010, with residential units completed by December 2010. Full practical completion of the developments was achieved in June 2011: a) Patterson Street, Malak $2.1M construction of transitional housing comprising eight units with managers residence and communal support areas. b) Crerar Road, Berrimah $5.7M construction of transitional housing comprising 18 units with managers residence and communal support areas. c) Percy Court, Alice Springs $6.4M construction of transitional housing comprising 28 units with managers residence and communal support areas. d) Willshire Street, The Gap, Alice Springs $1M construction of four social housing units. e) Bellamack duplexes $2.1M construction of four duplexes, totalling eight units on four separate allotments. Building the Education Revolution (BER) Our team has delivered projects at 151 schools across the NT, from new classrooms and halls to science laboratories and minor capital works: 1. Primary Schools for the 21st Century - $173.05M funding for libraries, multi-purpose halls or classrooms or to upgrade existing facilities. 2. Science and Language Centres for the 21st Century - $15.67M funding for new science laboratories or language learning centres at eight schools. 3. National School Pride program - $15.77M funding for minor capital works and maintenance projects. DCI has ensured a high standard of quality control throughout the duration of the BER program. The program also helped to drive the construction industry during the global financial crisis, with 600 Northern Territory businesses directly involved. Introduction and Overview
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