The Estate Works Program (EWP) provides facilities maintenance projects aimed at restoring or sustaining capability and addressing safety and compliance requirements of facilities and infrastructure on the Defence Estate. The program also provides for minor development of new capability (Minor New Works) and for delivery of Sponsor Funded Works.
Delivery of works through the EWP involves E&IG staff, contractors - Base Services Contracts and Defence personnel working together to deliver maintenance and sustainment benefits across the Defence Estate. The roles and responsibilities for key stakeholders in supporting effective EWP outcomes is described in the FAS-SDD endorsed Estate Works Program RACI document. Link to the document can be found below.
Estate Works Program Industry Briefs
Industry Brief presentations and videos recordings are available from the "Industry Engagement" link on the Blue Menu.
Process for requesting works funded by Sponsor.
Estate Investment Requirement
Business case for requesting works in Estate Works Program.
Estate Program Variation Request
Inclusion of Out of Cycle Requirements into the Estate Works Program.
Developing the Future Program
Describes the process for developing, reviewing and endorsement of the future Estate Works Program.
The National Program Services (NPS) contractor Cushman & Wakefield, directly support the Directorate of Estate Works Program Office (DEWPO) through the provision of program development and program management services.
The Project Delivery Services (PDS) contractors Augility and Aurecon provide project management services on approved construction, maintenance and consultancy projects that require a centrally coordinated approach across multiple sites across Australia. Dependant on the nature of works, some projects are offered to the EMOS for delivery.
Note: Should you require contact with DEWPO, NPS or PDS, please refer to the Products Director page.