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Year in Review 2021-22 released

NSW Public Works has released its Year in Review 2021-22.

“It provides an interactive looking into who we are, what we stand for all that we have achieved this past year,” said Executive Director Drew Varnum.

The annual publication highlights some of the 1,500 critical projects NSW Public Works delivered in partnership with more than 300 government agencies, councils and organisations.

“Delivering this core portfolio of projects builds and sustains our expertise, systems and experience, enabling us to help tackle some of NSW’s biggest challenges,” said Director of Business Operations Sam Thomas.

In 2021-22, NSW Public Works advised on or helped deliver $5 billion worth of infrastructure in a year marked by
recording-breaking investment consecutive natural disasters, and skills and supply chain issues.

The Year in Review includes more than 25 articles and videos, highlighting key projects and programs such as:

  • Leading the 2022 flood clean up and temporary housing for flood-affected residents
  • managing security for the two-year COVID hotel quarantine program
  • delivering the largest-of-its-kind rooftop solar for John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle
  • restoring fish passage and enhancing water management in Toorale National Park and State Conservation Area
  • helping to deliver a thriving Western Parkland City in Sydney
  • preserving hundreds of historic buildings through the Minister’s Stonework Program.

Take a look at the full publication here