Who we are and what we do
The Building Projects Directorate is a part of the Department for Infrastructure and Transport's Across Government Services Division, and works in partnership with Government agencies and Industry to manage the delivery of social infrastructure (building construction) projects.
Further information about the functions of Building Projects can be found here.
Systems and Processes
The Building Project Information Management System (BPIMS) supports the electronic collection, collation and consistent management of project information. It facilitates the collaboration and communication between project team members by providing project information in real time. Building Projects Guidelines, Procedures and standard drawings can be accessed from BPIMS.
Information on how to register as a user to BPIMS as well as completing basic functions within BPIMS can be found here.
Please contact the DIT Project Support group if you have any queries.
Telephone: (08) 8343 2273
Building Projects Upcoming Projects
Future Tender Program - 1 April 2021
Download the schedule for Building Projects currently in Planning, Concept, Design and Documentation phase.
This schedule also includes current open tenders, tenders under evaluation, and tenders that have been recently awarded.
If you wish to register your interest in a future project, please contact DIT.FutureBuildingTenders@sa.gov.au
Tender and Contracting Documents
Tenders being called
Visit the SA Tenders site for current Building Projects tenders.
General information concerning The Department contracts is available from here.
New Women's and Children's Hospital - Consultant Industry Briefing - held Friday 1 November 2019. A copy of the presentation is available here
DIT Pipeline Projects Briefing 2019 - held Tuesday 13 August 2019. A copy of the presentation is available here.
DIT Forward Work Plan - Major Programs 2022 is available here.
DIT Star Rates - Summary of Rates and Overtime Rates - as at 5 July 2019 is available here
New Whyalla Secondary School Industry Briefing - held Wednesday 24 July 2019 - a copy of the presentation is available here