Operations of Parklea Correctional Centre




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Operations of Parklea Correctional Centre
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STATUS: Under procurement
SECTOR: Social infrastructure
JURISDICTION: NSW
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Confirmed PPP
TYPE: Greenfield

Parklea Correctional Centre is located in northwest Sydney, and houses up to 1000 male maximum security prisoners and remand prisoners. GEO Group have managed the prison on behalf of Corrective Services NSW since 2009, with the contract due to expire in March 2019.

In October 2017, the NSW Government released a notice, announcing that the prison's management services would be retendered. The new management contract would be for an initial seven years, with the prospect of extending for a further five years.

The services to be provided under the contract include:

-accommodation and custodial services;
-programs and industries;
-health services;
-transport and escort services to and from funerals, healthcare facilities and other approved releases; and
-facilities and asset management.

Registration of Interest (ROI) opened in mid October 2017, and Expressions of Interest (EOI) are expected to be open from the end of October to December 2017.

Three proponents will be shortlisted to proceed to the request for tenders stage, which will occur early 2018. It is expected that the contract will be awarded in October 2018, with services to start on 1 April 2019.



Last reviewed: 23/10/2017

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