national biosecurity centre
- To rapidly develop a strategic brief and feasibility for the design of the new $200m facility in full consultation with DPI and PIRVic stakeholders.
- The Briefing process involved a series of focused interviews, and a workshop involving all stakeholders.
- The Strategic brief set out the Critical Success Factors for the Design, as well as a preliminary schedule of spaces required based on interview and workshop outcomes.
- The brief and feasibility study was used to secure funding from the state government and scope work required for the design team tender process.
- Greater commitment to, and understanding of the project vision by key stakeholders.
- New operational plan that brings together a number of scientific disciplines under one roof
- Reduce time required to diagnose and eradicate threats to animals and plants, and as a result reduce the cost of such threats or incursions to the state of Victoria.
- Create job opportunities for Victorians, leveraging off innovation and intellectual property developed by DPI
- Reduce ongoing operating costs through co-location of several sites into one.