The Victorian Correctional Facilities project has delivered two correctional facilities operated by Corrections Victoria - the Metropolitan Remand Centre and the Marngoneet Correctional Centre.
Victorian Correctional Facilities
$275 million (net present value, as at January 2004)
Service Delivery Commenced
Department of Justice and Regulation
Victorian Correctional Infrastructure Partnership Pty Ltd, comprising:
The project has delivered two correctional facilities:
These prisons enable Corrections Victoria to manage delivery of custodial services, prisoner worker industries, prisoner transport, and health, education and vocational services.
The design for the Remand Centre met the international standards for remand prisoners, accommodating them separately from convicted offenders. The design also provides for a legal centre and family visit area.
The correctional facilities are publicly operated by Corrections Victoria.
The contract with Victorian Correctional Infrastructure Partnership Pty Ltd is to finance, design, build, finance and provide facility management services, some security services and infrastructure services.
Signed on 23 December 2003, the contract is for a period of 25 years (post construction) and the private contractor is required to hand-back the facilities to the State in a condition of good repair.
The Marngoneet Correctional Centre opened on 3 March 2006 and the Metropolitan Remand Centre officially opened in April 2006.
Steven Aird, Contract Monitor
Phone: 03 8684 6642
Department of Justice and Regulation - prisons