Diverse engagements to deliver Value


2019 has kicked off strongly for PSA and their clients, with many new engagements to announce. What stands out most is the varied range of clients that are benefitting from PSA’s proven methodology and experienced know-how.

Our new clients and projects come from such diverse sectors as Education, the Arts and Road Infrastructure, with clients such as the Victorian School Building Authority, Federation University, Development Victoria and the West Gate Tunnel Project. Regardless of the sector or industry, we know projects and programs challenge organisations and their capability for sound measures and associated governance practices.

Each one has its own unique complexities, such as the need to complete for non-negotiable University timetabling, establishing and maintaining core services to the Arts precinct, or maintaining one of Melbourne’s busiest major arterials.

This raises the importance of developing well rounded plans that focus on an agreed goal and valued outcomes. Then follows the management and navigation towards those outcomes with measurable deliverables, for ongoing monitoring, reporting and communicating.

What all this is leading to is our robust approach, that continues to be proven in the field across many sectors and industries and, importantly, honours the views of key stakeholders. We look forward to working with our clients to resolve these key challenges and support the best valued delivery.


Certified Training

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Newsletters

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Publications

PSA’s diverse project work has been has graced many publications including, The Age, The Herald Sun, Engineers Australia, AIPM Magazine and many more.

You can also find information about “What enables Project Success” by Paul Steinfort, PhD & Derek Walker, PhD as well as many other papers and articles.

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