The addition of a permanent structural improvement or the restoration of some aspect of a property that will either enhance the property’s overall value or increases its useful life. Although the scale of the capital improvement can vary, capital improvements can be made by both individual homeowners and large-scale property owners.

The main objective of commissioning is to effect the safe and orderly handover of the unit from the constructor to the owner, guaranteeing its operability in terms of performance, reliability, safety and information traceability. Additionally, when executed in a planned and effective way, commissioning normally represents an essential factor for the fulfilment of schedule, costs, safety and quality requirements of the project.

Of the three primary objectives of the construction project – cost, schedule and quality – quality is the most difficult to quantify. Although the extent to which budget constraints have been met can be measured in dollars, and how well a project met its schedule can be measured in days; the assurance of quality, in relation to the project end user expectations and satisfaction alludes even the most experienced and qualified construction manager. The key quality attributes that define quality in the constructed project (Corbett, 1997) may be used to gage the relative success and compliance of the contractor in meeting the project design intent throughout the major phases of construction execution.


Comprehensive oversight of every stage of a construction project provides the greatest possible benefit by keeping projects on time, on budget, and assuring that the outcome meets the designer’s and the owner’s standards. That assurance is the mission of Stealth Projects construction managers and project representatives.

Our consulting and advisory service provides a strategic value offering to our clients built on our substantial planning and delivery experience and application of well-developed program management and project management principles. When we provide consulting and advisory services, we’re able to draw on the breadth and depth of our national business and partnerships. This way, we can help clients optimise the planning and delivery of business strategy across a broad range of operations and industries.

Once the project objectives, budget, time line, brief and master plan have been fully developed, defined and approved by the client, the project team can commence the design stage, in which the physical features of the development are resolved. This stage encompasses the delivery of schematic, developed and documented designs, and refined programs and budgets, which will inform the tendering stage.

Key activities and tasks undertaken by a project manager at this stage may include:

  • managing the design team to ensure that the design is developed in accordance with the client brief and project goals
  • overseeing the potential preparation of a return brief by the project team back to the client, to demonstrate their understanding of the project brief
  • ensuring that the design produced by the project team meets the needs of the client and user groups, and their functional requirements
  • setting environmentally sustainable development performance (ESD ), standards that relate to the project’s ESD objectives
  • ensuring that the design team takes a balanced approach to developing the building solution, which may involve the implementation of an integrated design process
  • commissioning an investigation of site conditions to fully inform the building / civil / landscape design, as site conditions can greatly affect the viability of some ESD initiatives. For example, a high water table can have an impact on the cost-effectiveness of constructing an in-ground water collection tank.
  • ensuring that ESD is integrated into the building fabric and services design as an essential element, rather than being considered an ‘add-on’ feature. For example, a building-integrated photovoltaic array that generates electricity can also serve as an integral part of the building façade or roof, as opposed to a solar panel that sits on a separate structure on the wall or roof
  • ensuring that the design team is comprehensively briefed by the ESD professional on what information, documentation, calculations and evidence they must provide for the selected ESD accreditation scheme assessment
  • ensuring design for commissionability (potentially reviewed by an independent commissioning manager)
  • ensuring design for maintainability
  • ensuring that the design team produces and delivers their evidence in a timely manner to the ESD professional responsible for submitting the comprehensive documentation to the selected ESD accreditation scheme. Project managers, in conjunction with the ESD professional, oversee and streamline the requests to the project team for information and feedback from accreditation bodies during the rating process
  • the facilitation of value management workshops and assessments that aim to optimise the integration of ESD into the project
  • further refining the project budget, subsequent to the design decisions made
  • further refining the project program for the procurement / tendering, construction and post-construction stages.

Stealth Projects provides services & solutions for any access & height safety issues including buildings, building sites, plant & machinery. Some of our services:-

  • Independent audits
  • Design
  • Specification
  • Certification & documentation.
  • Planning
  • Construction

A proficient, detailed design is a vital part of the construction process. Proactively overseeing the development, management and feasibility analysis sets a solid framework for the project’s success. In association with a team of independent design and building consultants, we can manage and provide:

  • Upfront advice on construction techniques
  • Detailed architectural and engineering designs
  • Compliance with building codes
  • Safety, quality and environment planning
  • Cost analysis and planning
  • Construction management
  • Project briefs and concept designs
  • Feasibility analysis and cost planning
  • Town planning and development approvals
  • Design and construction management

The team provides skilled property development services specialising in advisory/due diligence and development management reinforced with a transaction management capability. We have expertise and experience across a range of property categories comprising mixed commercial, office, shopping centres, bulky goods, childcare/indoor play centres, low/medium density residential, mixed use, and industrial/logistic facilities.

We have the resources, expertise and critical alliances to provide an all encompassing asset development service from the initial review of strategic alternatives through to delivering the target solution. This process is achieved by balancing our property skills through integrated team working with colleagues in the wider Group and other specialist partners to deliver optimal results.

This approach smoothly facilitates the identification, appointment and management of expert professional advice through a process of rigorous management and quality assurance to ensure optimal solutions within a competitive fee structure to the best advantage of our Clients.

We also provide an all encompassing ‘Property Workout Solution’ for asset disposal from the initial review of strategic alternatives through to completing the project, securing final approvals and key tenants necessary to significantly increase the final gross realization within the dictates of market cycles.

Our team is a keen proponent of sustainable development and take this responsibility seriously and consider our role in developing green field sites and/or re-development projects as an opportunity to enhance the intrinsic value of our client’s projects and minimise negative effects on climate change.

Our team devises optimum solutions and deliver tangible benefits for our clients through outstanding advice, rigorous attention to detail and diligent management – ensuring maximum return on our client’s time, resources and assets.

We are highly aware of the need to avoid conflict of interest and aim for best practice and high ethical standards. We structure our Quality Assurance policy on the Australian Property Institute Guidelines and internal risk matrix.

Stealth Projects network solutions has been the IT business partner of choice for hundreds of Australian businesses, offering tailor made IT solutions with superior quality network, server, desktop hardware and IT support. Stealth Projects also provides a complete range of managed services and outsourcing solutions including network solutions, support ,maintenance, and consulting services.


We provide facility management services for business-critical environments that optimise reliability, integrity and continuity.

Our team has demonstrated capability in both hard and soft facility management services – from building systems management, mechanical and electrical plant maintenance to cleaning, waste management, recycling and grounds maintenance.

Our comprehensive range of facility management services also includes:

  • Asset management and maintenance planning.
  • Lifecycle analysis to deliver whole of life solutions.
  • Provision of hard and soft facility management services.
  • Management of capital works and projects.
  • Energy management and sustainability reporting.
  • Provision of day-to-day facility management.

Our facility management team is committed to providing exceptional long-term service delivery for our clients, working to enable their success.

The feasibility study is a detailed analysis of a preferred facility development strategy as determined in the Master Plan Study. It should enable the business / property to fully determine the outcome, which will provide the most, cost efficient and effective delivery of its services. The preferred options for developing facilities to accommodate service delivery can then be determined.

The feasibility study will confirm the need for a specific capital project(s) to be undertaken to enhance the delivery of services by the business / property and assess the viability of the project outcomes in capital and recurrent financial terms. It also investigates the project objectives as described in the functional brief. The feasibility study will review the viable range of options available. These options should then be evaluated against a set of agreed criteria. The feasibility study generally recommends a course of action and a realistic estimate of the total project end cost and life cycle cost.

Any development proposal should seek to (in order of priority):

  • To improve the operational efficiency of the facility and obtain value for money
  • Where practical and able to be implemented, meet Government regulatory requirements specifically in relation to OH&S, Industrial Relations, Essential Services Management and National sustainable policies
  • To minimise recurrent and capital costs
  • To remain consistent with the standards for quality care and service delivery.

The feasibility study, subject to the approval by the project manager responsible for the project, may be carried out in conjunction with the Master Plan Study.

A Feasibility Study comprises the following activities:

  • Review of Service and Business Plans, Master Plan Study and Functional Brief
  • Functional analysis of service delivery requirements and relationships
  • Development of area and floor space schedules
  • Confirmation of site influences and where necessary site selection
  • Identify viable development options
  • Evaluation of options
  • Identification of total scope of works
  • Capital cost estimate (Cost Plan B)
  • Recurrent cost implications
  • Drawings
  • Review procurement method options
  • Implementation program.

In some instances the Master Plan and Feasibility Study may be conducted as a concurrent process. This is particularly relevant for simple projects (e.g. small scale or straightforward projects). Reference is made to the Master Plan Study Guideline.

The completion of such a study is not a commitment to the implementation of further works.

Stealth Projects provides clients with a unique combination of a true end-to-end supply chain solution, including overseas buyer consolidation, freight forwarding, distribution and warehousing, pick and pack consolidation, inventory management, customs brokerage and quarantine advice.

Our supply chain solutions include:

  • Overseas buyer/multiple supplier consolidation and customised packed containers per store/DC/outlet
  • Complete Air, Sea and Road Transport (import or export)
  • Project & OOG Shipping
  • Customs Brokerage/Quarantine Advice
  • Advice on Tariffs
  • Secure and Accredited Warehousing
  • National, local and regional distribution
  • Pick and Pack Consolidation
  • Inventory & Supply Chain Management
  • Supply Chain Consultancy

Stealth Projects can provide you with a full design + construct solution, we create the conceptual design, document the detail and build your office fitout in a fast tracked and cost effective method. We have developed a select base of highly skilled and experienced consultants and contractors to deliver fast tracked and modern working environments.

For more than 30 years, Stealth Projects has provided civil and earthworks services to the land development sector.

Having been appointed the primary contractor on some of Australia’s most prominent residential estates, Stealth Projects experience in bulk and detailed earthworks, remediation of contaminated sites, and environmental and heritage management has resulted in both state and national accolades and awards.

Whether the site to be developed is classified Greenfield or Brownfield, Stealth Projects follows strict safety and quality parameters to minimize the effect on the environment and to ensure cost efficiencies on site through the practice of reusing, recycling and replacing.

Stealth Projects land development scope includes:

  • land clearing
  • earthworks
  • sewerage mains
  • drainage
  • water reticulation
  • power, gas and telecommunication cabling
  • roadwork’s
  • landscaping
  • retaining walls

A constructability review is an intense cross check of all contract documents to identify interface issues between design disciplines and to validate schedule and budget. Each design discipline is reviewed independently, and as a whole, with desire to reduce conflicts, ambiguities, or reduce potential for change orders, time extensions, and liability claims. Stealth Projects reviews contract documents during the different design phases to ensure sufficient detail, logistics, sequencing, and conformance with actual building.


Stealth Projects are the office moving experts. We have the knowledge, contacts, network and experience to perform relocations Australia wide or from Australia if you require an international relocation.

What we do:-

  • Office relocations
  • Computer and IT hardware relocations
  • Rollout of new IT equipment
  • Erection and demolition of metal shelving including compactus supplied through Brownbuilt
    and Acrow
  • General maintenance and/or repairs of furniture/chairs and equipment including hangings or prints/whiteboards
  • General maintenance or repairs to office workstations
  • Rubbish Removals
  • Make good to premises
  • Replacing of light fittings and general new licensed electrical work
  • Offsite storage of furniture and printed material
  • Files catalogued and boxed for transportation

Arrangements for security file destruction

Stealth Projects can assist in delivering  successful retail development and construction multisite projects. We’ll help you keep any project moving smoothly, and drive value through cost control, increased speed to market and reduced risk. When the same or similar scope of work is being done at multiple locations, we use centralized scheduling, reporting and procurement procedures—a process that has proven successful time and again. With heightened expectations from various departments and stakeholders, there’s a lot of pressure to deliver. Stealth Projects has the tools, processes and track record to successfully manage your multi-site project from inception to implementation.
Our experience spans all type of multi-site retail development and construction, including:

  • Retail
  • Automotive
  • Banking/financial services
  • Corporate
  • Electronics
  • Grocery
  • Restaurants
  • New construction
  • Renovation
  • Rebranding
  • Surveys (including ADA and remediation)

Technology and equipment rollouts

Wherever possible, sustainable procurement considerations should be integrated into the procurement process at the very outset – i.e. at the early procurement planning stage. This should certainly be the case with high value procurements and the development of a procurement plan. It is important that sustainability be considered early in the procurement process, as later in the cycle there is progressively less scope to add value through improved sustainability outcomes.

During demand analysis key stakeholders should be identified and sustainability issues introduced into discussions regarding the proposed procurement and its objectives. This will facilitate a better understanding of what sustainability considerations might be incorporated into the requirement specifications. End users, business analysts and technical officers are important stakeholders in this process, as they may be responsible for or have a major influence over developing the specifications.

The team has a wealth of experience transacting both income producing and non-income producing assets. Stealth Projects  combination of a national reach and local expertise provides us with a winning edge when advising our clients in relation to both sales and acquisitions.

Stealth Projects proven experience, thought leadership and Strategic Project Management insight, to benefit and improve our clients’ business outcomes, mitigate and protect their investments. Our first priority is to put you, our customer, at ease. We listen, understand your situation, and in partnership identify a tailored solution. We fully recognise that our client’s success is our success.

Our comprehensive Technical Due Diligence service encompasses all issues relating to the physical condition of a property. Delivering our report within client defined timeframes, the application of our expertise allows the best opportunity to comprehensively understand the property within the due diligence period. Delivering our comprehensive evaluation allows the client  to understand the true costs and risks associated with the physical property and incorporate these into any strategy.

For every project we tailor our service depending upon our client’s needs and the property characteristics. The individual elements available include: Building Structure & Fabric, Building Services, Fire Services, BCA Compliance, Hazardous Material Audits, Environmental Status, Town Planning and WH&S Compliance. Projects are undertaken across Australasia.

Each report contains a concise executive summary identifying the key issues, risks and prioritised CAPEX / repair/maintenance costs associated with the property to allow preliminary financial modeling to be undertaken at an early stage of the due diligence period.

We also work, where appropriate, with the legal due diligence team to avoid any “double handling” associated with the procurement and review of town planning, environmental and building compliance certification.

We can assist with changes  made to the interior of a commercial or industrial property by its owner to accommodate the needs of a tenant such as floor and wall coverings, ceilings, partitions, air conditioning, fire protection, and security. Who bears what portion of TI costs is negotiated between the lessor and the lessee, and is usually documented in the lease agreement.

On an ongoing basis we can provide proposals, tenders and prequalification support on, or off, site as required; this typically includes:

  • Going through the prequalification questionnaire/tender instructions and planning the actions required to submit the tender on time.
  • Collating feedback and input from key personnel.
  • Developing a ‘win strategy’ for your bid that addresses both the explicit and the implied aims of your customer, and fully demonstrates the capabilities of your business to set your bid apart from your competitors.
  • Establishing a list of suggested customer questions/clarifications if required.
  • Information gathering and preparation to support bid response.
  • Technology review and recommendations of any external partners which might be needed to support the bid.
  • Producing draft response to all sections and questions providing method statements and screen shots to answer customer specific questions.
  • Producing draft executive summary.
  • Reviewing any amendments required and making changes.
  • Reviewing and providing input into commercial proposition.
  • Supporting the collation of fully completed documents ready for sending to customer.

Takes place, ideally, at a stage when the design intent is clearly documented but when it is not too late to change it as a result of the value management process.

The benefits of undertaking Design VM workshops are:

  • Cost savings (we have documented evidence indicating average savings on over 500 projects of 12%).
  • Design improvements: There is always more than one way to solve a problem. By emphasising function and by allowing all team members to freely brainstorm potential solutions, a richness not otherwise achievable, is obtained.
  • Savings in project time.
  • Greatly improved communication and understanding between all parties to the project, including owner, users, designers and managers – resulting in better teamwork.
  • Satisfaction that a wide range of alternatives and ideas have been studied and that the solution reflects these.