Service Planning and Feasibility

Victorian Community Hospital Program

Capital Insight was Program Director of a $675 million program to plan for 10 community hospitals close to major growth areas across Victoria.

Darwin Education and Community Precinct

Project Director and Project Manager for the $250m Darwin Education and Community Precinct, including project definition, business cases, legal and funding agreements, planning, design, and procurement.

National Arboretum Canberra

A Feasibility Study for a permanent amphitheatre stage at the National Arboretum Canberra

Waves Redevelopment Capital Expenditure Review

Preparation of a Capital Expenditure Review for the redevelopment of the WAVES Aquatic Centre

Ipswich Show Society Feasibility Study and Business case

Capital Insight is leading a team of consultants to develop the economic feasibility and business case for the Ipswich Convention and Exhibition Centre planned for the Ipswich Showgrounds

Western Sydney University Medical Feasibility Study

Capital Insight led a market sounding exercise to identify potential partner interest for a GP service to support the growing Macarthur population

Coomera Hospital and Health Precinct

Establishment of a $190 million ambulatory healthcare centre to service the rapidly growing population of northern Gold Coast.

Victorian Emergency Department Program

Capital Insight worked with Victorian Health Building Authority to plan five emergency paediatric zones, and an expansion of three emergency services at prioritised hospitals across the state.

Maitland Gaol Business Plan

Business Plan and Site Master Plan to guide the future redevelopment of the site (with TZG Architecture)

Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery

Strategic Assessment (Prelim Business Case) for the redevelopment of the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery (with Cox Architecture)

Southern Metro Cemeteries Asset Management

Capital Insight prepared discussion papers on Asset Management and Expansion Opportunities to assist with NSW Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Strategic planning in 2018-19.

Sydney Research Strategic Plan and Business Case

In conjunction with Sydney Research, developed the organisation’s Strategic Plan, Business Case and Concept Plan to collocate a unique cluster of world-class health and medical institutions at the RPAH/University of Sydney research precinct.

Ingham Institute Strategic Plan

Capital Insight worked with Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research to support 10+ year strategic growth and infrastructure planning, and develop a preliminary business case to support their facility needs.

Camellia Precinct Economic and Property Study

Independent property, retail and economic study to support a joint planning submission to redevelop underutilised land in the Camellia Urban Renewal Precinct.

Chris O’Brien Lifehouse at RPA

Project Director and Project Manager from project feasibility and business case through to delivery, for which Capital Insight received the 2014 National and NSW Project Management Achievement Awards for Construction/Engineering Projects exceeding $100 million.

Facility Audit and Accommodation Strategy

Facility audit of Monash University’s Caulfield Campus to determine current usage and occupancy, identify opportunities for more intense office accommodation, and develop and examine scenarios leading to a medium-term accommodation strategy to meet 2020 demand.

Gold Coast University Hospital

Project Manager for the $1.7 billion, 750 bed GCUH hospital built on a greenfield site, managing the design, procurement, contract management, construction and commissioning.

Rouse Hill Estate Masterplan and Business Case

Masterplan and business case for the integration of Rouse Hill House and Farm, and the extension lands of the Rouse Hill Regional Park worth $316 million plus land acquisition.

Sydney Living Museums Scoping Review

Scoping review to provide clear strategic direction for Elizabeth Bay House, Elizabeth Farm and Vaucluse House as a precursor to a long-term visionary masterplan for each property.

Ipswich City Council – Performing Arts Centre

Needs analysis and feasibility study for an $86 million redevelopment of Ipswich Performing Arts Centre.