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New Ellenbrook high school closer

16. February 2015 19:19  /  swanvalleyrealtyblog Comments (3)

The following article was posted in the Echo News on the 6th February and was written by Anita Mcinnes.


“A NEW high school for Ellenbrook is a step closer with the State Government short listing three consortia of companies to provide detailed proposals and costings for Ellenbrook North.


Treasurer Mike Nahan said eight public schools including Ellenbrook North would be designed, financed, built and maintained at an estimated capital cost of $370 million.


Mr Nahan said the three consortia of companies had been asked to provide detailed and costed proposals for Western Australia’s first public private partnership schools.


He said the companies were selected from six that responded to the call for expressions of interest.


The short listed companies are Decmil Programmed (comprising Decmil Group Limited, Programmed Maintenance Services Ltd and Cockram Construction Pty Ltd), EduWest Partners (Macquarie Capital Group Limited, Badge Constructions WA Pty Ltd, Perkins WA Pty Ltd and Spotless Facility Services Pty Ltd) and Plenary Schools (comprising Plenary Origination Pty Ltd, Pindan Pty Ltd and Compass Group {Deltas FM Australia Pty Ltd)}).


“Evaluation of the expressions of interest showed these three companies have the capability to deliver the project,” he said.

“The project involves a company designing and building eight public schools and then maintaining them over a 25-year period.’’


The company also finances design and construction.

“Having a private company finance the design and construction means the State Government starts paying only when each school is operational.”


Education Minister Peter Collier said he was pleased the public private partnership had attracted commercial interest.


“The partnership is a strong incentive for the appointed company to build high-quality schools on time and within budget, and for maintenance to be performed to a high standard,” he said.

The other new schools are four primary schools (Landsdale East, Alkimos South West, Baldivis North and Byford South West) and three secondary schools (Lakelands, Hammond Park and Harrisdale).


Proposals are due by May 8, 2015 and the successful consortium of companies is expected to be announced in August.”

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