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With the opening of the State rehabilitation service today (3 October 2014) as part of the phase one opening, Serco is proud to be part of the team that has welcomed the first 100 patients to Fiona Stanley Hospital, where we deliver 26 non-clinical services.
Serco Group plc (Serco), the international service company, today announces that its AMEAA division (Africa, Middle East, Asia and Australasia) will be restructured.
Serco, the international services company, today announces that its Australia business has extended its Traffic Camera Services contract in the state of Victoria for a further three years, with a total contract value of AUD$90m (approximately £50m).
Creative offenders from Serco’s Southern Queensland Correctional Centre have produced some extraordinary artwork currently on show at an exhibition at the University of Southern Queensland’s (USQ) ‘Arts Gallery’.
Serco Group plc (Serco), the international service company, today announces that it has secured a six-month extension to its contract with the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) for the provision of detention services at Immigration Detention Centres (IDC) and Alternative Places of Detention (APOD) on mainland Australia and Christmas Island.
Serco Asia Pacific has successfully extended two of its existing contracts – the first to provide Open Space Management and Maintenance Services for the City of Melbourne in its prestigious parks, gardens and reserves, and the second for the provision of essential services to BlueScope Steel at its Port Kembla and Western Port Facilities.
Serco has confirmed its commitment to the UK and international healthcare markets following a comprehensive review of its strategy in early 2013. The global healthcare market is a key strategic market for Serco following recent wins and operational start-ups in the UK, the US, Middle East and Australia.
Smaller and medium-sized contract wins are fundamental to Serco's growth and value creation; in addition to larger wins, this release updates on a broad selection of recent contract awards.
Education as a tool to enhance rehabilitation and reintegration has been demonstrated at Western Australia's largest prison during a graduation ceremony today.
For one week in July, staff from Serco’s Southern Queensland Correctional Centre (SQCC) rolled up their sleeves to help the local community at the annual Gatton Show. SQCC not only sponsored several events, but also supplied staff to erect fencing for the animals and clean their enclosures, assist in moving horse jumps during competition as well as provide general assistance and help with the clean up afterwards.
Staff and offenders at three of Serco’s correctional facilities across Australia have been celebrating NAIDOC week, a valuable opportunity to recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Serco’s Southern Queensland Correctional Centre (SQCC) has been honoured with a prestigious Australian Business Award in the Innovation category.
Serco Group plc (Serco), the international service company, today announces that it has been awarded by the Hong Kong Transport Department a new Management, Operation and Maintenance contract for the Tsing Sha Control Area. The contract, which is expected to commence in September, has a six-year base period with a total estimated value to Serco of HK$960m (approximately £80m).
Serco Group plc’s AMEAA division, which covers Australasia, the Middle East, Asia and Africa, has a new Chief Executive Officer. David Campbell, who played a key role in the international service company’s growth as CEO for its Asia Pacific territory, started work in his new role this week. His successor, Serco Asia Pacific’s new CEO, Mark Irwin, has also taken up his position and reports to Mr Campbell.
Western Australia’s Fiona Stanley Hospital has been named winner of the prestigious Government Partnership Excellence Award at Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s 2013 National Infrastructure Awards in Sydney last night.
An exhibition of Indigenous art in Perth is helping in the rehabilitation of aboriginal prisoners from Serco’s Acacia Prison.
Extreme weather patterns have brought devastating consequences to many parts of Australia this summer. Fires and floods directly impacted some Serco employees and their communities, notably at Pontville Immigration Detention Centre in Tasmania and the South Queensland Correctional Centre (SQCC) in the Lockyer Valley.
Serco Australia has announced the appointment of John Poulsen to its Advisory Board.
Mr Poulsen is the Australian Managing Partner of Squire Sanders, the first global law firm to be headquartered in Perth. He is one of the leading finance lawyers in Australia.
The cricket match was close, and despite a number of skilful catches by the Pontville Immigration Detention Centre team, enthusiastically captained by state cricketer Ed Cowan, their opponents the Punjab 11 were too strong. The victors were all out for 127 and the Pontville team made a respectable 86.
A major Perth campaign has been launched to attract over 1000 non-clinical staff required for the new Fiona Stanley Public Hospital, opening in April 2014.