Milford Opportunities Project: Xyst in partnership with Opus has been selected to undertake the Project Management

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Xyst in partnership with Opus has been selected to undertake the Project Management for the Milford Opportunities Project.

The ultimate outcome of the project is to produce a masterplan for the future of Milford Sound and its corridor that will enhance them and Fiordland National park as key NZ visitor ‘icons providing a ‘world class’ visitor experience.

The following links provides background information about the project:

New project management team for Milford Opportunities

The project involves multiple agencies that have an interest and are stakeholders in future planning and development of opportunities associated with Milford growth including: Southland District Council (SDC), Department of Conservation (DOC), New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA), Iwi, Milford Sound Tourism ((MST) – formerly the Milford Sound Development Authority (MDA)), Environment Southland (ES), Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE), Ministry of Transport (MOT), Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management (MCDEM).

Public Toilet Strategy – Wingecarribee Shire

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Xyst recently completed the preparation of a Public Toilet Strategy for the Shire of Wingecarribee. The preparation of the strategy included undertaking intercept surveys at selected public toilets, development of levels of service and a performance based assessment of each facility to provide a statistical prioritisation for renewal planning and implementation plan.

Trails Strategy

Invercargill City Council – Trails Strategy

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Prepare a Trails Strategy that reviews the current network of trails and identifies demand and opportunities for development of new trails, establishes a plan to monitor trail use, establishes objectives and levels of service for each trail based on user needs and experiences including design, construction and maintenance standards. Identifies a 20 year program for trail maintenance, renewal and development

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Invercargill City Council – Playground Strategy

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Prepare a playground strategy that provides Council with a strategic framework to deliver and manage its playgrounds in a sustainable manner.

Analyses current distribution of playgrounds, their age, quality and play values and identifies gaps or over provision of facilities. Analyses current utilisation and forecast changes in demographics to identify future demand requirements.

Prepares levels of service and play value objectives, design and construction standards and identifies operation, safety and maintenance levels of service for each category.

Includes a 20 year program and budget identifying both capital (new and renewal) and planned maintenance requirements