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Metro South Hospital and Health Service

Total Asset Management Plan

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Project Information

Destravis was engaged by MSHHS to develop the Total Asset Management Plan (TAMP) which forms part of the Queensland Government’s State Infrastructure Plan.  The TAMP Framework has been established as a whole-of-government policy for managing Queensland Government assets.

Metro South Health Hospital and Health Service holds a diverse portfolio.

In order to develop the TAMP, Destravis was also required to facilitate the development of 3 Year Plans for each of the following services and facilities:

  • Princess Alexandra Hospital
  • QEII Hospital
  • Logan/Bayside Network (Inc. Logan, Redlands and Beaudesert Hospitals)
  • Addiction and Mental Health Services
  • Oral Health Services
  • Community Health Services
  • Clinical Informatics
  • Metro South Health Executive.

To assist with the prioritisation of capital investment decisions, Destravis developed a Prioritisation Assessment Tool (PAT), in consultation with Metro South Health, to assess and prioritise key investment decisions.

As part of the PAT, nine (9) prioritisation principles were developed to ensure a consistent assessment framework was in place across each of the project gateway phases.


Metro South Hospital and Health Service (MSHHS)


Brisbane, Queensland



Project Scope:

Develop TAMP for MSH as part of Whole-of-Government capital investment planning.

Destravis Role:

Strategic lead for development of MSH TAMP, including:

  • Preparation of Three Year Prioritisation Plans for each facility and service;
  • Development of a Prioritisation Process to provide rigour around MSH priority projects;
  • Preparation of a Draft TAMP Report for review by MSH Executive;
  • Liaison with Department of Health with respect to the development of the TAMP;
  • TAMP to include financial management system data, asset requirements and indicative costings for proposed requirements;
  • Preparation of Final TAMP Report for consideration by MSH Executive; and
  • Submission of Final TAMP Report to Department of Health for inclusion in the Statewide Health Asset and Infrastructure Plan (SHAIP).