To find out more about PSA and the valued work they do in their community of practise, browse through our regular newsletter PSA Way for the latest developments.

PSA WAY – November 2019

  • CIP engage PSA in Independent Role.
  • PSA Project Part Art, Part Science.
  • Staying vibrant after 163 years of Community Service.

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PSA WAY - July 2019

  • PSA appointed on the Marvel Stadium Upgrade Project.
  • Project Management Lessons by former PSA Project Manager Paddy Steinfort.
  • A PM practice case study on recently completed projects.
  • Dr Paul Steinfort receives Order of Australia at the Queens Birthday Honor List.

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PSA WAY - December 2018

  • Pre-Business Case, Feasibility Testing completed on the State Netball and Hockey Centre upgrade project.
  • Garry Smart Reflects on 30 Years at PSA.
  • PSA discusses the development of the Project Management industry and how it can be applied within the indigenous community.
  • 3D Planning Supports the State Library Transformation.

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PSA WAY - June 2018

  • PSA appointed Project Managers by Latrobe Council on the Traralgon Sports Stadium development.
  • PSA hosts Bangladesh delegates and gain insights from delivering some of Melbournes leading sport venues.
  • Award winning Palais Theatre restoration project.
  • Value - a short insight from 50 years of Project Management practice by Dr Paul Steinfort.

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PSA WAY - December 2017

  • The value of lessons learnt for project & program practice.
  • PSA's program & project management survey results.
  • PSA announces new engagements with the Victorian Government.
  • Recap: Field trips to Nepal & India.

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PSA WAY - September 2017

  • Flashback to 1988: PSA Project survey results.
  • PSA working with IOD PARC for resilience program in Nepal.
  • PSA discuss the importance of governance for best value programs.
  • PSA provides its experience and key factors for program and project success.

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PSA WAY - April 2017

  • PSA staff celebrate International Women's Day.
  • PSA engage with stakeholders to design monitoring & evaluation systems.
  • PSA join the team for the redevelopment of the State Library.
  • PSA reflect on the completion of the Palais Theatre restoration works. 

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PSA WAY - December 2016

  • PSA Staff celebrate, David Mackinder 15 years & Cert4 Graduates, Tyson & Chloe.
  • Project success including Melbourne Park Redevelopment, Healthscope Hospital & Palais Theatre.
  • Learn how Prioritising a Program will provide best value with limited resources.
  • PSA's forward planning & modelling of projects produces best value outcomes. 
  • A market place community development in Hastings, Sierra Leone benefits by applying PSA's proven Program Management.

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PSA WAY - May 2016

  • PSA increase capacity for further Program Management training and mentoring.
  • Recent engagements announced with Victorian State Government, Department of Justice.
  • Alignment of the internationally recognised Program Management methodology and PSA’s own framework and nationally certified course (NAT10375).
  • Following the successful upgrade of the Chapel of Chapel theatre, we discuss how their facility benefited from Project Management in their local Government.

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PSA WAY - December 2015

  • PSA celebrates 30 years of Program-Project Management. 
  • PSA Project sponsor awards for RMIT School of Property, Construction and Project Management, Annual Industry, Research and Awards Night.
  • PSA announce their Certificate IV (10375NAT), is available online.
  • PSA to support Major Projects Victoria with their specialist experience in feasibility testing, modelling and planning for the Flinders Street Station refurbishment.

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PSA WAY - April 2015

  • PSA Project working closely with the Victorian State Government to provide feasible construction sequencing programmes for the Redevelopment of Melbourne Park Stage 2.
  • PSA provide detailed construction programming to successfully deliver the unique Emerald Apartments with property developers, Equiset.
  • A look back at the PSA's various long-term engagements with the City of Glen Eira.
  • PSA’s project programmes provide greater accuracies when forecasting project cashflow by dynamically linking the spent to date and remaining.

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PSA WAY - December 2014

  • PSA Project present awards at the RMIT School of Property, Construction and Project Management, Annual Industry, Research and Awards Night.
  • PSA are proud to have supported the Melbourne Airport team to deliver the very challenging new Terminal 4 multi-level carpark and civil works.
  • We are excited to celebrate the very first graduation ceremony for PSA’s nationally accredited, Certificate 4 – Community, Post Disaster Program Management (10375NAT).

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PSA WAY - September 2014

  • PSA awarded for outstanding project success in an Internationally Funded Humanitarian Aid Project at the 2014 Victorian AIPM Awards.
  • PSA were invited by the Philippines PMI to deliver a 2 day post disaster program management workshop in Philippines.
  • PSA’s innovative construction planning has played a key role on the slender inner city Phoenix Apartments, Flinders St.

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PSA WAY - April 2014

  • Introducing PSA's new Directors, Carl Steinfort, Garry Smart, & David Mackinder.
  • PSA supports Toyota Tsusho transition shift into the Project environment.
  • PSA flashback - A look back at the importance of family at PSA.

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PSA WAY - November 2013

  • PSA presented awards to the top two performing students of the Masters course of Community and Post Disaster Project Management at RMIT.
  • PSA's announce the national Certification of its course in Community and Post Disaster Program Management (10375NAT).
  • PSA proudly support Mo-vember.
  • After 25 years at PSA, Garry Smart lists his top 5 highlights of his accomplished career so far.

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PSA WAY - June 2013

  • RMIT introduces Masters course in Community & Post-Disaster Project Management, led by PSA’s Managing Director, Dr Paul Steinfort.
  • Dr Paul Steinfort presents at the 2013 Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management.
  • PSA's proven program methodology helps deliver another successful apartment project,70 Queens Rd with Equiset Construction.
  • PSA’s former employee Celia Boyd discusses her experience managing a community project in Kenya.

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PSA WAY - June 2012

  • We celebrate the first graduates of RMIT's Post Disaster Project Management course.
  • The Bushfire affected community of Kinglake celebrate their new courts and oval surface at the Memorial Reserve that was proudly Project Managed by PSA Project.
  • Flashback – In our quest for continuous improvement and learnings we reflect on the MCG Norther Stand Redevelopment project.

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PSA WAY - April 2012

  • A recent discussion on how Project Management in international development is implemented.
  • Project Managers for the centre of Marysville parklands, PSA are pleased to see the recent opening of the Heart Project.
  • Flashback - the MCG project - challenges of construction.

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PSA WAY - February 2012

  • PSA Project development international - focusing on providing support and training to local and international communities.
  • PSA’s own Community Program-Project Management methodology is presented to participants in a workshop late last year as gift to the community of practitioners.
  • Flashback: the MCG diaries: Second instalment.

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PSA WAY - December 2011

  • PSA announce the publication of the PMI sponsored book, by authors Dr Paul Steinfort and Derek Walker “What Enables Project Success.”
  • Post-Disaster Project Management in practice as PSA Project support the re-building of the bushfire impacted communities in the Murrindindi Shire.
  • Flashback: the MCG diaries: the first instalment.

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