Acacia Prison Expansion

By October 4, 2012 No Comments

Doric Contractors have selected WebFM’s OMTrak system to support the delivery of a $90M expansion project to deliver 387 new beds and supporting facilities.

Acacia Prison is the only privately-managed prison in Western Australia. The prison is owned by the Department of Corrective Services which contracts management of the prison to an external service provider – Serco.

Acacia’s open-plan, campus-style design means prisoners can move around within the complex fairly freely. Prisoners use ‘smart card’ technology to move within the prison, access their bank accounts and buy goods from the canteen.

Acacia’s focus is on rehabilitation and it has a number of industries prisoners can work in including metal work and wood work.

Opened: May 2001
Gender of population: Male
Security level: Medium
Original capacity: 750
Design capacity: 750
Operational capacity (as at 15 December 2011): 995
Location: 54.6 km east of Perth


WebFM’s OMTrak will assist in delivering consistant, timely Handover Documentation inaddition to giving the project full Defect Management and Preventative Maintenance tools to support the full handover of the project when complete in 2014.