Gosford Hospital Redevelopment’s Aboriginal Employment Strategy proves a great success
The $348 million Gosford Hospital Redevelopment is a great example of the NSW Government’s commitment to increase employment opportunities for indigenous workers.
Early works have now begun on the Goulburn Base Hospital Redevelopment
The first steps towards construction of the $120 million Goulburn Base Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment begun last week, with early works now underway.
Schematic Designs unveiled for the new Macksville Hospital
Schematic designs for the new $73 million Macksville Hospital Development were unveiled last week, providing insight into what the finished hospital will look like.
The location of the new Tweed Valley Hospital site has been announced
This week the location of the new $534 million Tweed Valley Hospital was announced on land to the west of Kingscliff. This site was selected from more than 30 potential sites across the region.
Site visit shows steady progress for the Manning Hospital Redevelopment
Work on the $20 million Manning Hospital Redevelopment is progressing well, with the roof of the building now nearing completion and construction on track to finish later in the year.
Site announced for $5.9 million Pottsville Ambulance Station
The location of the first ambulance station for the community of Pottsville was unveiled yesterday.
Stage 2 of the Nepean Redevelopment announced
The NSW Government has committed $450 million towards Stage 2 of the Nepean Hospital redevelopment, marking a $4.9 billion milestone committed to Western Sydney’s renewal of hospitals.
New 3D model shows Westmead precinct of the future
A new 3D model of the Westmead Redevelopment project, complete with lights and custom-made vehicles, has been unveiled at Westmead Hospital.
Mount Druitt’s brand new Community Dialysis Centre is now open
Mount Druitt’s Community Dialysis Centre is officially open, marking the completion of Stage 2 of the Mount Druitt Hospital expansion project.
WATCH: Activity Based Working - what is it and how is it helping shape our projects?
Recently our project teams at Westmead and Blacktown have adopted an Activity-Based Working (ABW) approach, and in doing so have become the first office within the public health service in Australia to operate this way.