Clarence Correctional High Security Prison Grafton
The Public Private Partnership of Northern Pathways consortium, comprises of Serco, John Laing, John Holland and Macquarie Capital. The consortium were appointed to design, construct, operate and maintain the Clarence Correctional Centre on behalf of the NSW Government Department of Correctional Services.
The construction works were undertaken by John Holland and included 1,700 beds, complex state-of-the-art security and surveillance, as well as advanced rehabilitation services. 1,100 jobs were created to construct the facility. For the next 20 years the prison will inject more than $560 million into the economy.