Tertiary

Education

University of NSW - Lowy Cancer Research Centre

The relocation of the University of New South Wales Faculty of Medicine into the new state-of-the-art Lowy Cancer Research Centre involved extensive planning by MoveCorp to relocate 350 laboratory-based staff together with significant volumes of associated laboratory equipment; materials and specimens; and cold room contents.

 

MoveCorp also developed detailed departmental implementation plans and coordinated all third party vendors (in excess of 50) throughout the relocation which was completed on time and on budget.   

MoveCorp services on thia project involved the following:

  • Relocation Strategy;

  • Relocation Logistics;

  • Relocation Communications;

  • Coordination of all third party vendors (in excess of 50);

  • Delivery project management. 

University of NSW - Faculty of Medicine

MoveCorp implemented the churn project to assist the University Of New South Wales Faculty of Medical Science and enable the major refurbishment project of the Wallace Wurth Building in 2013 and 2014.

 

MoveCorp implemented relocation planning services to enable the move of all faculty departments on both the UNSW Randwick campus and their off-site facilities such as the Prince of Wales Hospital. The churn space was not fit-for-purpose and MoveCorp resolved this major challenge by developing extremely detailed departmental implementation plans. 

The project was a success as all operations continued without interruption throughout this challenging churn project - ​

  • Relocation Strategy;

  • Relocation Logistics;

  • Relocation Communications;

  • Coordination of all third party vendors;

  • Delivery project management.

University of NSW - National Centre in HIV Epidemiology Clinical Research

This project involved the relocations of 110 staff from the NCHECR facility in the suburb of Darlinghurst to a number of sites at the The University of New South Wales Randwick campus, the suburb of Coogee and within the Victor Chang Centre at the Garvan Institute in Darlinghurst.

MoveCorp’s success in planning and managing these relocations resulted in its appointment to manage the ‘double decant’ process to relocate 60 staff back into the newly refurbished Centre for Immunology, part of the St Vincent’s Hospital complex in Darlinghurst.

MoveCorp’s services included the detailed scheduling and management of furniture to be re-used while ensuring workable solutions were provided for sites with limited access. MoveCorp managed the independent tendering process for all removalist and IT removalist contractors to deliver the provision of the best value services for the project office.  

Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) - Parkville PPP

MoveCorp were a major contributor to the success of the Plenary Group Consortia in the successful PPP bid to build and relocate the Peter McCallum Cancer Hospital associated Research laboratories and The University of Melbourne into the new VCCC on the former Royal Dental Hospital site in Parkville. 

 

At PPP bid Stage MoveCorp was engaged by Plenary Group to determine the relocation strategy, risks and program for the $1billion new building project. MoveCorp made significant contribution to minimising the cost, risk and duration of the project.

MoveCorp played a pivotal role as Transition and Decant Manager, with the primary project commencing in January 2012, and the relocation in 2015/16. 

MoveCorp services:

  • Relocation Strategy;

  • Relocation Logistics;

  • Coordination of all third party vendors (in excess of 50);

  • Delivery project management.

Gold Coast University Hospital

A key element of the transition from general to teaching hospital, Gold Coast Hospital fully relocated its existing premises to a new 750 bed facility as part of a $450 million scheme.

 

 MoveCorp’s remit was the provision of relocation planning and storage advice across all areas of the Hospital.  MoveCorp also undertook an extensive file, storage and materials handling review of all areas of the Hospital, to recommend cost effective, space efficient systems that focused upon standardised units, uniform storage codes and ease of sterilisation. 

Stage 2 activity has recently been delivered—provision of a Departmental Implementation Plan for every team and formulate major sub-strategies on behalf of the Hospital. Change Management, specialist sub contractor scoping and commissioning input are included within the sub-strategies. 

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