• New buildings

    Building Management and Works (BMW) assists agencies with their asset planning to ensure projects are well-planned, and manages the delivery of building and office fitout projects in accordance with the whole-of-Government requirements and procurement policies.

    BMW's key responsibilities include:

    • maintaining effective relationships with agencies and assisting them with their asset planning needs
    • playing a lead role in the project management and delivery of all public building works on behalf of agencies within a whole of government framework
    • managing the planning and development of significant capital projects and special land projects on behalf of Government and agencies
    • managing the delivery of Government-owned and leased office fitout for agencies.

    Current initiatives include:

    • application of a strong project management framework
    • development of clear business cases for each project
    • identifying across-agency opportunities related to projects and promote a whole-of-Government approach to procurement
    • developing various procurement strategies for delivering of capital works
    • playing a lead role in the project delivery management of capital works to ensure consistent application of Government policies and procedures.

    BMW manages a range of non-residential building projects including hospitals and medical facilities, schools and TAFE colleges, police stations, fire stations and State Emergency Service bases, sports facilities, cultural venues and a range of other building types.

    Signage Guidelines Capital Works

    The Signage Guidelines Capital Works has been produced, to ensure that signage is used consistently across all Western Australian State Government capital works projects, to achieve a uniform visual 'branding' or visual identity.

    Obtaining work with BMW

    For information on obtaining work with BMW, including the Builders Prequalification Scheme, go to the qualifying for work with BMW page.