Marching orders

a project team beats the clock to complete Australia's largest military facilities project since World War II

Military operations run like clockwork. So when the Australian government set out to relocate the sprawling Moorebank Units military base to make way for a new freight terminal, the project team had to stay in lockstep to complete its mission on schedule. An ironclad, four-year deadline, a rigid AU$870 million budget and a mandate to work around scheduled military trainings set strict parameters for the project team. And the massive scope piled on the pressure.
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