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Adelaide’s proposed new courts precinct project has moved to the “design and develop” stage with three consortia shortlisted by the State Government.

The consortia – Activate 40, CBUS and Investec – have been invited to submit proposals for the precinct, which is located on the corner of Gouger Street and King William Road.

Announcing the shortlist, Attorney-General John Rau said interest in the project had been strong.

“There has been strong interest from the private sector in developing this site, reflected by the the quality of proponents that have now been shortlisted,” he said.

“These consortia will now have the opportunity to put their unique precinct development ideas forward for consideration as part of the next phase of the tender process.”

At the conclusion of the next phase, it is expected that one or two of the shortlisted proponents will be invited to work collaboratively with the Government to finalise the design, obtain construction and planning approvals and complete contract and financing arrangements.

The three shortlisted consortia are:

Activate 40

Capella Capital (Commercial Developer and Financier)

Lend Lease Building Contractors (Contractor)

Mott MacDonald Australia (Stakeholder, Design and Project Management)

Aurecon (Civil, Structural, Security and Services Engineering)

CBUS

CBUS Property (Commercial Developer and Financier)

Probuild Constructions (Contractor)

Architectus + GHD (Architect)

Architectus + GHD + Oxigen (Urban Designer)

Investec

Investec Bank (Commercial Developer and Financier)

Built Environs (Contractor )

Cox Architecture (Architect)

Hames Sharley (Architect and Interior Designer)

Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners (Architect)

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