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UGL Limited is an engineering company. The company provides construction, maintenance and asset management services to the rail, resources and infrastructure sectors and corporate real estate, facilities management and business process outsourcing services to property users. Its clients are large companies, governments and institutions in AustraliaNew ZealandAsiaNorth America and the Middle East. UGL has partnerships with international technology providers including General ElectricMitsubishi and Alstom.

The Challenge

UGL Limited were shortlisted for a significant transport maintenance contract which required them to extend their existing Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) scope to cover maintenance of rolling stock. This scope was already held under AEO for UGL Limited’s Joint Venture (UGL Unipart) so the expectation from Transport for NSW was that UGL Limited would be ready for assessment against the new scope within four weeks.

Our Solution

Compliance Council reviewed the existing documentation implemented within UGL Unipart and determined that it was too cumbersome and didn’t align with the latest versions of the engineering standards. Compliance Council drafted a new Engineering Management Plan and worked on mapping the previous system against the current AEO standard and then mapped the revised systems against its predecessor and current standard to assist the auditors with conducting the review.


The Outcome

The project was completed within three weeks using 3 consultants within Compliance Council. The client achieved the extension of scope and went on to successfully win the $570 million contract.