What we do

Integrated, efficient and flexible project management services

With over 25 years’ experience, S-Curve Linear are a specialist building project management team who pride ourselves on innovation, flexibility and the ability to integrate. We aim to not to just meet the clients’ objectives –but to exceed them.

S-Curve Linear offer a high level of service to our clients with the ability to tailor our frameworks to meet the specialised needs of any project. From a general project management service to Public Partnership Project (PPP) management service, we have the skills, experience and solutions-based mindset to bring all aspects of any project together in alignment.

A partnership with us ensures a project management framework that aligns all aspects of your project – from the outset.

Our strength lies in our ability to:

  • Understand the client’s objective for the completed facility – right from the start
  • Integrate quickly and seamlessly with existing operational teams
  • Constantly forecast, identify and solve issues
  • Deliver a flexible fee structure
  • Develop and implement unique methodologies
  • Match our team’s skills set with the complexity of the project.

From our fee structure to the way we integrate with existing building operators, our flexible approach gives us the capability to tailor a framework which suits the unique requirements of each individual project, adding real value to the finished facility.

About Paul

Company founder and director, Paul Di Gioacchino, began his career as a project engineer working in Health and Research Facility design, delivery and Facilities Management.

During this time, Paul worked on projects such as renovations, refurbishments, corrective maintenance and extensions in hospitals and health care centres, where clinical staff and patients were present.

An advanced and much higher level of logistics are required in these situations to ensure there is no disruption to the everyday running of the facility, and more importantly, that the well being of patients and staff was not compromised

Major Public Hospitals

Melbourne, Northern, Western Healthcare Networks

  • The Royal Melbourne Hospital
  • Melbourne Extended Care &
    Rehabilitation Service
  • Western Hospital – Sunshine
  • Western Hospital – Footscray
  • Williamstown Hospital
  • Broadmeadows Health Service
  • Northern Hospital Epping

Responsibilities and Achievements

Paul is one of very few Engineering Managers working within the Public Health system who has acquired skill, knowledge and experience in both Capital Works as well as Preventative and Corrective Facilities Management. This includes hands-on experience in complying with Department of Human Services Essential Services Guidelines.

Paul has experience working in direct liaison with key stakeholders such as:

  • University of Melbourne, Department of Medicine
  • Walter Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI)
  • Ludwig Cancer Institute
  • Bone Marrow Donor Institute

Key experience:

  • Operations Manager for all corrective maintenance including minor works for 7 major public hospitals belonging to Melbourne, Wester and Northern Health groups, including maintenance for 21 separate nursing homes and mental health sites.
  • Responsible for managing more than 180 minor works requisitions at any one time across all Sites ranging from $1000 up to $200,000.
  • In direct contact with and responsible for approximately 40 in-house trades’ staff as well as more than 30 different external providers.
  • Co-ordinated the shutdown of services in reference to capital works’ infrastructure upgrade, so as to minimise impact to Hospital operations.
  • Developed database systems for controlling and monitoring purchase ordering and works requisitions
  • Assisted with the implementation of essential services, namely fire services and generator testing.
  • Continual improvement of systems for resource management and works order requires.
  • Installed 3 CT scanner and their associated infrastructure.
  • One of 4 on-call engineers for after hours emergency services. A member of the Emergency Response team for The Royal Melbourne Hospital.
  • Experience in Commonwealth accreditation for both Public Health sites and Aged Care facilities.
  • Experience in fire audit processes including the Essential Services Act and current DHS guidelines.
  • Experience in all facets of critical care health services, such as medical gases, UPS back-up, body/cardiac protection, isolation wards, ICU/CCU/Operating Suite/CSSD.

Given this environment, Paul has developed a unique skill set, allowing him to establish his own specialist project management company – S-Curve Linear. Paul’s extensive knowledge and expertise in complex projects gives him and his team the ability to get to the heart of client goals and objectives, helping to deliver a first-class facility, on time and on-budget.

Paul’s flexible management style stems from his experience in working with a variety of Healthcare Professionals, construction trade sub-contractors as well as key stakeholder groups in Health and Research Sectors.

Core values – what we stand for

Flexible integration

  • We seamlessly integrate with existing delivery and operational construction team to build a framework that is tailored to suit the complexity of each individual project.

Efficiency and consistency

  • We mobilise quickly in supporting a delivery or operational team
  • We identify risk early and establish an effective treatment plan
  • We ensure the plan is executed all the way through to handover.

Integrity & transparency

  • We offer our clients an honest and transparent approach
  • We identify the critical issues and provide solutions that are best suited to each project.


We offer our specialised project management services to a client base in the Public Health, Acute, Aged, Research and Mental Health Sectors. Projects in these sectors are essential to the future of Australia, and require a project management team with a highly specialised skill set, relevant knowledge and experience.

Our many years’ experience in these sectors give our clients the assurance that their project will be managed in an innovative, effective and transparent way, with client outcomes clear from the start.

The scope and extent of our experience is broad, particularly in the Public Health, Aged Care and Mental health, where Company founder and director, Paul Di Gioacchino, conducted roles in both Operations Management and Capital Works Management.

No matter how complex the project, we put extra effort into the planning and design phases to create a good foundation, ensuring the completed facility meets all its requirements and is fit for purpose.

We specialise in Public Private Partnerships within these sectors, having worked on several major projects in Australia. We understand the special and long-term relationship projects under the PPP model have, and we have developed methodologies and processes to ensure our clients’ ongoing obligations are met and the facility is capable of running smoothly.

case Studies

New Royal Adelaide Hospital 

To date, this is the largest and most complex hospital in the Southern Hemisphere, bringing together 25,000 workers including construction experts from all over the world…

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Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre

The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre was to be a brand-new facility with the vision of saving lives by integrating world leaders in cancer research, treatment, care and education...

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Bioscience Research Centre, Department of Primary Industries

Primary Industries research centres are essential to Australia’s competitive advantage, so S-Curve Linear are proud to have worked on the Bioscience Research Centre (AgriBio) at LaTrobe University...

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New Schools, Victoria

The New Schools Public Private Partnership Project marks an innovative approach to the future of education in Victoria and Australia.  It has a capital value of $291 million...

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