What is it?
The Capital Works Management Framework (CWMF) (PDF, 565KB) is made up of policy, guidelines and policy advice notes.
The capital works management process adopts a best practice strategic asset management approach for the initiation, development and implementation of building projects.
It ensures consistency across the Queensland Government.
Why have it?
The Queensland Government invest more than $1 billion per year in new buildings to meet the needs of the community in areas such as health, education and justice.
Capital works funds are given to individual departments so fair and consistent practices and ways to effectively manage risks for government and boost building industry efficiencies are necessary.
Who does it apply to?
The CWMF applies to all government departments (as the term is defined in section 8 of the Financial Accountability Act 2009) that control or administer government buildings.
The CWMF does not apply to other entities such as local governments, government-owned corporations, statutory bodies (for example, universities), or special purpose vehicles.
Cost of CWMF-related services provided by us
We provide services under the CWMF without charge to government departments, regardless of the entity providing the service within our department.
Such services include preparing select lists of contractors, providing access to standard building contracts and building industry consultancy agreements administered by us, selecting the most appropriate contract form for building projects and providing advice on the confidence level of estimates.
For more information contact us on (07) 3224 5482 or firstname.lastname@example.org.