Beca secures Defence contract in Australia

Beca has been awarded a contract for the Project Management and Contract Administration of P0008 and P0009 National Airfield Maintenance Works, for the Capital Facilities and Infrastructure Branch of the Estate and Infrastructure Group, Department of Defence.

These are major projects for Defence and an extension of the work we’ve successfully delivered already for the P1004 program (partnering with Aurecon) and P0007 program. The latest projects combine the expertise of people across our Defence, Project Management and Airports teams, and involve airfield works at the following Defence bases: RAAF Base Williamtown, RAAF Base Darwin, Robertson Barracks and Mount Bundey Training Area.

David Barter, Business Director – Estate & Infrastructure at Beca, says, “We are delighted to be given this opportunity to deliver major works to maintain capability and operability on these bases.”

The win reinforces our reputation as a Defence airfield team with our ongoing works across the Defence National Airfields Program.

Our services will include:

  • project management and contract administration
  • detailed business case development
  • master plan feasibility studies
  • design peer review.

Beca has been providing aircraft pavement maintenance advice and design services to the Australian Defence Force since 2009 and is proud to continue our partnership with them on these latest projects.


About Beca

Beca is one of the largest employee-owned professional services consultancies in the Asia-Pacific region, with nearly 3,500 employees in 20 offices around the world delivering projects in more than 70 countries. Our vision ‘creative people together transforming our world’ reflects our culture, our aspirations, and our purpose to make everyday better for our clients, colleagues, stakeholders and communities. We create value through strong relationships, exceptional service and end-to-end delivery with integrated solutions across the asset, infrastructure and business lifecycle.

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