TNRP Flood Reconstruction Project
The Transport Network Reconstruction Program (TNRP) program of works in the Darling Downs and Metropolitan Regions resulted from the following National Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) events:
Queensland Flooding and Tropical cyclones Tasha and Anthony (November 2010 – February 2011).
Western Queensland Tropical Low (27 January – February 2012)
Tropical Cyclone Oswald and Associated Rainfall and Flooding (21 – 29 January 2013)
Central and Southern Queensland Low (25 February – 5 March 2013).
A Regional Program Office was established to manage the program of reconstruction projects in the Darling Downs and Metropolitan Regions. This involved identification, prioritisation and packaging of the damaged roads, the design of the reconstruction works, the procurement and contract administration of the road/bridge construction contractors, and managing the submissions to the Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) for approval of federal funding of the program.
cobodo is currently a contractor to CGI Consulting who is engaged by TMR under a Collaborative Agreement to deliver the Implementation Services for the Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) works in the Metropolitan and Darling Downs regions. cobodo are currently providing the following services as part of this arrangement:
Quality / Performance Manager
Throughout her role as Quality / Performance Manager for the TNRP Program, Leigh has provided expert quality-related advice throughout the development and implementation stages of the program.
This has involved the development and enhancement of the contract administration processes that comply with both TMR and TNRP requirements for managing the contract delivery phase. Part of Leigh’s role was to manage the Audit Program to ensure contractor quality and environmental compliance with the Main Roads’ Technical Specifications requirements for construction projects ranging from R1/B1 to R4/B4 levels.
Contract Close-out Co-ordinator
This role undertaken by Margie interfaced with the Superintendents and Superintendent's Representatives with respect to the activities/documentation to be completed and signed-off by the Superintendent in order to close-out the contracts. This involved preparing the Superintendent's Final Report for review and sign-off, collating all supporting documentation such as Contractor Performance Assessments, Asphalt Supplier Assessments, As-builts, and ARMIS data.
Construction Quality Auditor
In this role, Denis performed quality audits on the construction Contractors on the TNRP flood reconstruction program. This involved planning, preparing, conducting quality audits for compliance with Contractor Quality Plan and contract requirements (including TMR Specifications), and preparing the audit reports on findings.
Senior Quality Advisor
In her role, Lesley assisted in the development of the suite of program office management plans incorporating TMR’s requirements and including contract management processes and business rules to ensure that the program office met TMR’s requirements. She developed detailed document control processes for the day-to-day management of the program office’s documents and records management and negotiate and undertake the automated bulk upload of the records to TMR’s electronic document management system. Lesley also prepared and maintained the internal audit program and undertook audits for compliance to the program office's management plans, including preparation of audit checklists, reports and action plans and follow-up close-out of audits with teams.