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(2) The detail design consultancy was awarded to SMEC Australia Pty Ltd.

(3) The detail design includes undertaking a noise study in accordance with Roads ACT’s Noise Management Guidelines (2018) to ensure appropriate standards are met. These will include the final wearing surface of the duplicated road being a low noise producing asphalt product.

(4) There are two dedicated on-road cycle lanes (one in each direction) and an off-road shared path proposed in the design.

Questions without notice taken on notice


Ms Berry (in reply to a supplementary question by Mrs Jones on Thursday, 7 May 2020):

1) ACT Education’s approach to managing COVID-19 risk has been informed by advice from the ACT Chief Health Officer and the Australian Health Principal Protection Committee. It is tabled below:


Date published

Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) advice on reducing COVID-19 transmission in schools. (Attachment A)

24 April 2020

Australian Health Department advice on routine environmental cleaning and disinfection in the community. (Attachment B)

First edition: 26 March 2020

Chief Health Officer advice on ACT schools (Attachment C)

6 May 2020

(Copies of the attachments are available at the Chamber Support Office).

Canberra Hospital—infrastructure

Ms Stephen-Smith (in reply to a question and a supplementary question by Miss C Burch on Thursday, 21 May 2020):

From time to time Canberra Health Services (CHS) has commissioned a variety of reports on its facilities and infrastructure.

1. As part of the Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP) activities, CHS is developing Asset Management Plans (AMP) for all critical buildings, including Building 1 Tower Block at Canberra Hospital. Building AMP activities include comprehensive maintenance plans and periodic condition audits to inform ongoing maintenance activities and future projects for specific buildings. Outputs from these activities include multiple reports by a variety of specialist contractors and consultants to assist CHS Facilities Management (FM) division work prioritisation, and to inform standardised FM specifications for existing and future building development across the CHS property portfolio.

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