A deep knowledge of the technical requirements, applied with commercial acumen delivers certainty to our clients as our subject matter experts and experienced practitioners work closely with all participants to reduce risk across the entire project and asset life-cycle.
Central to our approach is our ability to apply our knowledge and experience from the delivery phases to the early stages of planning. This experience is grounded in the leadership of mega infrastructure projects as well as smaller complex community projects.
Our mature approach is borne through collaboration and innovation, leveraging modern technologies to solve the problems our clients and suppliers face daily.
More than 1.5 million people flock to Sydney Cricket Ground and nearby Allianz Stadium every year to catch their favourite sports and celebrity heroes in action.
Operated by Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust (SC&SGT), the popular precinct at Moore Park includes a sports museum, fitness centre and headquarters for four major sporting clubs, spanning rugby league, rugby union, football and AFL. Supporting the precinct’s successful future, ontoit completed an asset condition and risk review of the Members’ and Ladies’ stands for a 10-year maintenance plan. Our team added value by introducing a user-friendly, interactive, graphical ‘dashboard’ that enables ...read more
The Port of Hastings is expected to be a world-class, competitive and sustainable port with a minimum capacity of nine million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) by 2060.
Ontoit was instrumental in enabling the growth of the port and facilitating its future success by setting up a Project Management Office (PMO) for delivery of the Port of Hastings Development Authority’s capacity expansion program. The PMO Lead, Manager and Integration Lead were responsible for developing a project management manual and simple plans and tools for use by the project team. They also defined project discipline and controls and ensured the right people were involved with scoping, production and ac ...read more
By 2025-29, more than 41,000 people will be diagnosed with cancer in Victoria annually, according to a state government report.
The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) is a $1 billion facility purpose built for cancer research, treatment and care in the Melbourne suburb of Parkville. The overall project also included refurbishment to and an extension above the Royal Melbourne Hospital under a separate managing contractor model. Ontoit’s John Wiles assisted the Department of Health and Human Services in managing interfaces with the PPP concession, assessing contractor claims and reviewing the status of the project program. John ...read more