Youth mental health services expanded in Tamworth
The mental wellbeing of young people in the bush is in focus, with the updated concept designs of the new mental health unit in Tamworth unveiled.
First look at concept design for new Shellharbour Hospital
The first designs have been unveiled for the new Shellharbour Hospital, which will transform healthcare services for the Illawarra’s growing population.
Iluka's first ambulance station officially opened
The purpose-built ambulance station was designed with input from paramedics and specifically tailored to meet the emergency health needs of the community.
Teamwork award for sector wellbeing intiative
Project 5, a partnership with Health Infrastructure and construction contractor Roberts Co, has won the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Team Innovation Award for 2022.
Federal partnership grant to secure future of virtual care
A $1.27 million grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council Partnership Project Scheme is boosting research in world-leading change management practices.
New guidelines available for back-of-house services
These guidelines are used by project and construction teams in Australia and New Zealand to inform planning decisions around back-of-house services.
Acute Services Building at Prince of Wales Hospital now complete
The building is the first major upgrade to the POW Hospital in 25 years and is the centrepiece of the first-class health, research and education facilities within the Randwick Health and Innovation Precinct.
Sutherland Hospital’s new MRI machine arrives on site
Sutherland Hospital’s new world-class MRI facility is a step closer, following the delivery of a new 3T MRI machine.
Health Infrastructure projects recognised
Health Infrastructure projects were awarded across five different categories as part of the Master Builders Association of NSW Excellence in Construction Awards.
Construction completes on Forster Ambulance Station
Construction is now complete on Forster’s first ambulance station, as part of NSW Government’s $232 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program.