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The Victorian Major Projects Pipeline has been designed to make it easier for businesses, suppliers and contractors to contribute to the major projects that will transform the state over the next decade and beyond.

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New Projects with a Funding Commitment in FY21-22 State Budget


1. While a level of certainty is signalled by being on the pipeline, final approvals may be needed by Cabinet, Ministers, or at board and executive level, before a project comes to market. This will depend on project risk and value. The current phase of each project is noted in the project detail.

2. Information on project phasing, where provided, has been included to the nearest quarter.

3. Project data remains the responsibility of the procuring agency and OPV doesn't represent specific projects.

New Projects with a Funding Commitment in FY21-22 State Budget

Project Name TEI Range Project Short Description
Expanding and improving bed-based forensic mental health services: Thomas Embling Hospital 250 million - <500 Million Funding is provided to deliver an additional 82 beds at Thomas Embling Hospital in Fairfield, along with some refurbishment of existing beds and supporting infrastructure.

This expansion will allow timely and more effective therapeutic treatment in contemporary facilities that are safe for both patients and staff.
Expanding mental health treatment facilities for Victoria's youth 100 million - <250 million Funding is provided to deliver five new 10-bed youth prevention and recovery care units in the Barwon South West, Gippsland, Grampians, Hume and North Eastern Metropolitan regions.

Three existing youth prevention and recovery care units will be upgraded in Bendigo, Dandenong and Frankston. This will give young people the care they need, closer to where they need it, to assist in their clinical and personal recovery.
New Schools Construction 250 million - <500 Million The Government will build 13 new schools, contributing to its commitment to open 100 new schools across the state by 2026.

The following 12 new schools will be built to open in 2023:
Camms Road Primary School (Interim Name)
Hayes Hill Primary School (Interim Name)
Holyoake Parade Primary School (Interim Name)
Lollypop Creek Primary School (Interim Name)
Merrifield West Secondary School (Interim Name)
Mount Ridley Special School (Interim Name)
Officer Rix Road Primary School (Interim Name)
Riverdale East Primary School (Interim Name)
Rockbank Murray Road Primary School (Interim Name)
Tarneit Missen House Primary School (Interim Name)
Wollert East Secondary School (Interim Name)
Wollert West Primary School (Interim Name)

The following new school will be built to open in 2024:
Truganina North Secondary School (Interim Name)

Additional stages of new schools will also be constructed at three recently-opened schools:
Cranbourne West Secondary College (at least $15.210 million)
Elevation Secondary College (at least $25.830 million)
Tarneit Senior College (at least $5.806 million)
School upgrades 250 million - <500 Million Fifty-two schools across Victoria will receive funding for upgrades. This will improve educational outcomes through the provision of high-quality classrooms and facilities for learning and community use.

Aireys Inlet Primary School
Alamanda K-9 College
Albert Park College and the Victorian
College of the Arts Secondary School
Ashburton Primary School
Birralee Primary School
Brentwood Park Primary School
California Gully Primary School
Casterton Primary School
Chelsea Primary School
Cobram Primary School
Croydon Primary School
Dandenong North Primary School
Footscray City Primary School
Forest Street Primary School
Frankston High School
Gisborne Secondary College
Glen Waverley South Primary School
Goonawarra Primary School
Huntly Primary School
Kangaroo Ground Primary School
Kensington Primary School
Kerang South Primary School
Kerrimuir Primary School
Koo Wee Rup Primary School
Manchester Primary School
Montmorency Primary School
Moonee Ponds Primary School
Mount Beauty Primary School
Mullauna Secondary College
Niddrie Primary School
Northcote High School
Orbost regeneration
Parkwood Green Primary School
Pascoe Vale Girls Secondary College
Plenty Parklands Primary School
Rushworth P-12 College
Sale College
St Albans East Primary School
St Arnaud Secondary College
Swinburne Senior Secondary College
Templeton Primary School
Traralgon (Stockdale Road)
Primary School
Underbool Primary School
Viewbank Primary School
Warrandyte High School
Watsonia North Primary School
Weeden Heights Primary School
Wembley Primary School
Westall Secondary College
Wheelers Hill Primary School
Woady Yaloak Primary School
Yaapeet Primary School
Ten new community hospitals to give patients the best care 500 million - <1 billion Funding is provided to construct and expand 10 community hospitals in Craigieburn, Cranbourne, Pakenham, Phillip Island, Sunbury, Torquay, Mernda, Eltham, Point Cook and the inner south of Melbourne. This investment will increase capacity and ensure patient access to high-quality health care services in key growth areas. Construction of the Cranbourne community hospital will start in 2021. Previous funding was provided for land acquisition and design works.
Improving the Calder Freeway 100 million - <250 million Funding is provided to progress planning of targeted upgrades, including improvements to safety and capacity at Calder Park Interchange, along the Calder Freeway between Gap Road in Sunbury and the M80 Ring Road. This initiative is supported by co-funding from the Commonwealth Government.
Road Safety Strategy 250 million - <500 Million Initiatives under the new Road Safety Strategy 2021-2030 and first Action Plan will be delivered. These initiatives will support research and development into new safety technologies, identify strategies to increase public awareness and compliance, and promote road safety for vulnerable road users, including food-delivery riders and older drivers.
Caulfield Rationalisation works 100 million - <250 million Track infrastructure at Caulfield Junction will be upgraded to allow for increased train speeds and improved service plans. Funding will also be provided for additional traction power feeders and security fencing upgrades to improve reliability.
Regional Rail Sustainability 250 million - <500 Million V/Line will receive funding certainty to support train reliability and punctuality standards. A program of works, including major periodic maintenance and routine maintenance will be delivered across the regional rail network.
Tram Infrastructure Upgrades 250 million - <500 Million Funding is provided to deliver enabling infrastructure to support the deployment of Next Generation Trams including construction of a new tram maintenance facility in Melbourne's north-west, upgrades to Southbank Depot and land acquisition for new power substations.
New metropolitan trains 500 million - <1 billion The Government will buy 25 new trains to improve reliability, accessibility, and passenger experience on the metropolitan network. The new trains will be manufactured in Victoria, supporting a significant number of local manufacturing and supply chain jobs. These new trains will allow replacement of the Comeng fleet to continue and support Victoria's compliance with Commonwealth accessibility standards and rail safety regulations. Funding is also provided to upgrade the Craigieburn train maintenance facility to support the delivery and operation of new trains.
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