The $318 Million Headquarters Joint Operations Command project will house the operational military headquarters of the Chief of Joint Operations, strategic and civilian support staff and will bring together operations command elements as far flung as Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra.
The project is the first Public Private Partnership (PPP) to be established between the federal government and the private sector and most of the inner workings of the 220 hectare HQJOC development remain highly confidential due to the sensitive nature of the facility.
Stowe Australia was instrumental in delivering the Design and Construct elements for the Electrical Services on site, including High Voltage Supply and Switchgear, Generator Systems, Mains and Reticulation Systems, Sub-Mains and Reticulation Systems, UPS Systems, House Lighting and General Purpose Power Systems, Internal and External Lighting including to civil works, Master Clock System, Control Monitoring and Management Systems, Earthing and Lighting Protection.
Stowe Australia began work on the design for the Electrical Services in 2006, commenced work on site in early 2007 and was mandated to fulfil many challenging objectives. At the peak of the installation phase, 120 of our then 1300 employees were on site demonstrating Stowe Australia’s commitment to maintaining scheduling restrictions outlined for the project.