CPG by yurtgc548


									        understands the way the world is moving. In rapidly
    changing times the ability to adapt quickly is paramount.
    Professional services need to be efficient, of high quality
    and delivered on time. Results speak for themselves.

CPG, formerly known as Duffill Watts, is a subsidiary of Downer EDI and forms part
of the Downer Consulting Group. Together the Group comprises an international
network of more than 6,000 engineering and consulting professionals that has the
ability to provide clients with single source solutions across the globe

At CPG, we are focused on combining energy and experience to provide solutions
based on technical excellence, innovative thinking and sound reasoning. We
measure our success through the quality of the ongoing relationships we maintain
with our clients.
Our Locations
       Core Beliefs

                    Health and Safety Policy Statement
To provide a Zero Harm work environment for employees and those affected by our work.

Health & Safety Policy Statement
•CPG Australia and New Zealand is committed to providing a safe working environment for all employees and complying
with all relevant legislation, regulations, codes of practice and safe operating procedures.

•The safe working environment is sustained through consultation and the active participation of the workforce, promotion
of a Zero Harm culture, provision of adequate resources, implementation of robust systems and striving for continuous

•Clear objectives are set by management with all incidents and injuries accurately recorded, reported and investigated.

•Employees will work safely, promptly report incidents, make safe decisions and actively engage in the promotion of safe
work practices.

•Our Leaders have been trained in their respective roles to ensure the provision of a safe working environment and are
committed to providing comprehensive ongoing training to employees.

•As leaders we are committed to the safe and early return to work of any injured employee.
                    Quality Policy Statement
CPG Australia and New Zealand is committed to providing a high quality, high value
service to our clients.

To achieve this, CPG Australia and New Zealand will

•Ensure we understand our clients’ needs and expectations and consistently strive commercially to meet these in terms
of quality, value, cost and completion.

•Provide staff with opportunities to achieve their highest potential through ongoing learning, professional development,
coaching and mentoring.

•Develop and implement a set of goals, objectives and targets for the business which aligns with the business plan. ISO
9001 is our framework for establishing and reviewing our quality objectives.

•Develop and maintain a management system which complies with the requirements of ISO 9001 and focuses on
shared strategic direction, best practice, effective leadership, process improvement and feedback.

•Focus on developing and maintaining a zero harm culture.

•Maintain the commitment to continual improvement to our services and business operations.
                    Environmental Policy Statement
To establish guidelines for protecting the environment and minimising the adverse environmental
impact of all CPG activities.

•CPG is committed to conducting its business activities in a manner consistent with sound environmental management
practices and to achieving continuous performance improvement. To this end, CPG will establish and maintain an
effective, externally audited environmental management system.

•EMS based on or registered to ISO14001:2004 designed to ensure compliance with applicable environmental laws,
regulations and other requirements relating to our activities.

•Make the EMS available to all employees and encourage them to apply it to the planning, management and delivery of
our work, Provide a framework for setting and reviewing Environmental Objectives and Targets via the annual system

•Set targets to efficiently use resources such as energy, materials and water in all of our operations, seek to minimise
waste wherever practicable, to reduce or prevent pollution and to measure our performance against these targets

•Provide ongoing education and encouragement for our employees in the principles of environmentally safe behaviour
and motivate our employees to identify and use opportunities to minimise the adverse environmental impacts of our

•Encourage our suppliers to comply with environmental legislation and to implement sound environmental management

•Promote the benefits of environmentally sustainable development to clients and encourage its application on projects.
        Quality of Project Team

The nominated team have had many years of experience in assessing
buildings and client needs in terms of building up briefs and attending to all
facets of building assets

                                  Team Leader
                                   Phill Jones

                                  Site Inspectors

                   Grant Swift    Colin Orchiston   Paul Marcroft


                   Rhys Hall       Penny Angel      Peter Boyes
               Our Staff

Phill Jones

              Phill is the Principal of the Wellington Office Building Division. Phill has wide
              experience in administering a range of building endeavours and is experienced in
              the logistics of resource utilisation to provide required deliverables in relation to all
              property based assignments.

Grant Swift

              Grant is a senior architect with over many years of experience. He specialises in
              Due Diligence reporting for corporate and individual clients throughout New
              Zealand. Projects include large inner city office buildings, shopping centres and
              industrial complexes. These involve detailed condition reporting as well as
              regulatory matters. Grant is also a specialist in Compliance and Health and Safety
              matters and is called upon by clients and within our organisation for specialist
                Our Staff

Colin Orchiston

            Colin is a Senior Registered Architect and Arbitrator, with many years of
            experience in condition reporting and financial status for a wide variety of building
            types. These include Childcare centres throughout New Zealand, Industrial and
            Commercial buildings.

Paul Marcroft

            Paul has had full time involvement in the design and construction industry since
            1985, a period of this in the UK, working predominantly on larger projects in the
            health, education, retail and corporate sectors. He is an experienced project
            manager with abilities in work staging and complex servicing.
            National Asset Management
            (NAMS) Methodology
NAMS is a methodology for the strategic to tactical long term planning for property

The NAMS group drawn from a wide range of government appointees, have established
this methodology over the last 10 years. Its use is intended for the long term asset
management of property assets within local government and the public sector. World
wide best practices have been embedded in the methodology. Its use is endorsed by the
Auditor General.

The system is large and is often introduced utilizing appropriate sections modified to suit.

In this exercise we have used only a minor section, providing condition gradings and
means of addressing health and safety matters.

If this is consistently used a comparative basis over time is established, thereby avoiding
a number of varying means of assessment.
               National Asset Management
               (NAMS) Methodology
Grade   Condition           Life Consumed          Functionality
1       Very Good           Up to 45%              Sound.
2       Good                45% to 90%             Minor wear and tear.
3       Moderate            45% to 90%             Signs of some damage breaches.
4       Poor                45% to 90%             Signs of damage, heavy maintenance.
5       Very Poor           90% to 100%            Badly damaged, severe breaches.

For significance
1       Insignificant    No effect.
2       Minor            Near miss.
3       Medium           First aid required.
4       Major            Injury.
5       Catastrophic     Death.

For likelihood
1        Rare, no known occurrences.
2        One known occurrence, uncommon.
3        One per year – singular.
4        Five times per year or more – frequent.
5        Regular – weekly or more.

1) Utilise Ministry of Education (MOE) Section 4 planning instructions and the Modern Learning Environment
(MLE) tool.

2) Utilise unique file package for each school.

3) Previsit contact school to make suitable arrangements.

4) Follow up by mail pro forma material.

5) On arrival at school we will proceed directly to the agreed meeting. Scoping or otherwise traversing the
school prior to meeting not to be undertaken.

6) At meeting ensure all relevant school protocols are understood.

7) This will be followed by Heath and Safety matters, the 10 year plan to include appendix D – MOE
condition assessment criteria and the MLE tool.

8) Commence inspection.

9) Upgrade 10 year plans from data obtained.
Contract Programme

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