No one was prepared for the chaos that was to be caused by the Coronavirus.

Leading into 2020 the project world seemed uncomplicated. Busy, but not too stressful. Construction projects were in full swing, and we found ourselves supporting capital planning initiatives across our client base.

Then COVID hit Australia and by March many were nervously beginning to see the effects on projects, business, and staff. Working from home became a ‘new thing’ and finding a web camera or computer screen became more difficult than ever before.

By May GBA sent its whole team to work from home. This was with exception for a few individuals wrapped up in key projects that were in construction.

COVID disruption began to feature heavily across the extension of time claim space and the term ‘disruption’ became all too common.

Despite the uncertainty of the year GBA finally hit 30 people in September of 2020. It was amazing to think that the nervousness of the new world we operated in was still sustainable.

Notwithstanding the chaos of the year, there were many projects we were engaged on, often working remotely. These included:

  • AIR555/70001B
  • Aldinga Super Schools Tender
  • Baal Bone Civil Works report
  • Santos Carbon Capture Storage project
  • Various tender reviews for Department of Infrastructure and Transport
  • Flinders University Health and Medical Research Building
  • Tank Relife Program (BHP)
  • Osbourne Shipyard Construction
  • SCM21 pre-planning

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