Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

22 November 13

Further expansion for Loddon Prison

The Victorian state government has announced that another 84 beds will be added to the 152-bed expansion already underway at Loddon Prison in Castlemaine.

Due to be completed in the middle of 2014, the new 236-bed annexe is the first stage of the overall $76 million upgrade and expansion underway at Loddon. The second stage is an upgrade to the prison s security system and is due for completion by September 2014.

The new facility will represent a new type of security classification restricted minimum sitting outside the existing prison walls, but with its own secure perimeter.

Construction started earlier this year on the new secure annex outside the walls of the current prison, which adds to one of the largest prison expansion programs in state history.

Major expansions are also underway at Hopkins Correctional Centre (formerly Ararat Prison), Marngoneet, the Metropolitan Remand Centre, Langi Kal Kal.

The contract to carry out the works was awarded to Woolacotts consulting engineers in January.

More information1.

This news item has been posted by Engineers Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engineers Australia. To add any missing contractors, consultants or other information to this article, email us the details including the web address of the article.

If accepted, the article will be updated.

References

  1. ^ More information (www.premier.vic.gov.au)

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