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Health Infrastructure’s Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building wins IPA Project of the Year Award

Health Infrastructure’s Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building (ASB) has won Project of the Year at the Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA) 2024 National Infrastructure Awards, held in Melbourne.  
The IPA’s National Infrastructure Awards highlight excellence in the Australian infrastructure sector and celebrate outstanding projects and achievements through public-private collaboration.
The Prince of Wales Hospital ASB is part of the first stage of the Randwick Campus Redevelopment, and the catalyst for expansion of the world-class health, research and education facilities within the Randwick Health and Innovation Precinct
It has delivered a state-of-the-art facility that supports new and innovative approaches to clinical services that places the patient experience at the centre of the healthcare experience.
At the heart of Randwick Health and Innovations Precinct is collaboration, which is bringing together major health, education and research institutions to transform Randwick Health Campus and expand its world-class health and research facilities.
Congratulations to everyone involved in the project, which will support high-quality healthcare for years to come. 
The delivery of the Prince of Wales Hospital ASB is the first major milestone for the broader Randwick Campus Redevelopment project, which will see more than $1.5 billion invested into the Randwick Hospitals Campus.

Left – Richard Yarad, Project Director, Lendlease
Centre - Rebecca Wark, Chief Executive, Health Infrastructure
Right – Matt Ellis, Scyne Advisory.

Pictured: Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building
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