Public Works Committee to examine Point Wilson Explosives Area infrastructure project

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works announced that it will scrutinise a proposal from the Department of Defence to remediate the infrastructure at Point Wilson Explosives Area on the northern shores of Corio Bay, Victoria.

The Point Wilson Waterside Infrastructure Remediation Project will demolish and replace a range of landside infrastructure, refurbish the existing 2.25 kilometre jetty and construct a new wharf. The cost of the proposed works is $218.9 million, excluding GST.

The Committee would like to hear from all individuals or organisations interested in the inquiry. Submissions will be accepted until 26 July 2018. It is anticipated that the Committee will conduct public and in-camera hearings in August 2018.

NB the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works is not involved in the tendering process, the awarding of contracts or details of the proposed works. Enquiries on those matters should be addressed to the Department of Defence.

 



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