This, of course, is in the wake of last year’s wildly popular Gungahlin Drive Bridge Collapse.
Mr Stanhope, while admitting no fault in his government, has some plans to stop this happening again:
The review found the ACT’s delivery processes were sound however there was scope for improvement in the monitoring of some temporary works in particular for critical activities.
Mr Stanhope said all recommendations from the review would be adopted and a number had already been implemented.
“Measures will be put in place to strengthen the monitoring and verification of the design and construction of falsework, such as falsework for bridge construction,” Mr Stanhope said.