Sustaining Our Battle-Ready Vehicle Capability


Friday, September 30th, 2016

Wildara is pleased to announce that through our ongoing relationship with Jacobs Australia, we have been engaged to deliver the LAND 121 Stage 2 – Unit Sustainment Facilities at RAAF Base Williamtown on behalf of the Australian Department of Defence.

LAND 121 is a multi-phased project providing the ADF with current-generation, high-capability field vehicles, modules and trailers. Approximately 7,500 protected and unprotected vehicles providing battlefield mobility, logistics support and tactical training will be procured over the life of the Project.

LAND 121 Unit Sustainment Facilities project will support the delivery of vehicles with new or upgraded facilities at eight Defence Establishments nationally. These facilities will improve the maintenance, support and ongoing operation of the new vehicle capability.

The works at RAAF Williamtown will include a new vehicle workshop, weighbridge, inspection ramps and extensions of existing vehicle hardstands. Wildara’s scope of services include:

  • Project Management
  • Contract Administration
  • Construction Management and Site Supervision
  • Project Controls
  • Stakeholder Consultation
  • Program and Risk Management.

As one of the leading local project management consultancies in the Newcastle and Hunter Region, Wildara’s ability to manage and deliver high-value complex, critical and strategic infrastructure for the Commonwealth is continuing to be recognised by our clients and delivery partners.  More information about the Project can be found here.

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