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Health Infrastructure announced as 2024 National Infrastructure Awards finalist in four categories

Health Infrastructure has been selected as a finalist in the Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA) 2024 National Infrastructure Awards across four categories, including the coveted Project of the Year!
The National Infrastructure Awards highlight excellence in the Australian infrastructure sector and celebrate outstanding projects and achievements through public-private collaboration.
Three Health Infrastructure projects have been recognised in this year’s awards, across four categories:
  • Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building – finalist Project of the Year and Contractor Excellence
  • Design Guide for Health: Spaces, Places and Precincts – finalist Advisory Excellence
  • Manly Adolescent and Young Adult Hospice – finalist Industry Choice
Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building (ASB) is in the running for Project of the Year and is also a finalist for Contractor Excellence.
The 13-storey ASB is the first major upgrade at the Prince of Wales Hospital in 25 years and is the catalyst for expansion of world-class health, research and education facilities at Randwick Campus Redevelopment. The project delivered state-of-the-art infrastructure which is supporting new and innovative approaches to clinical services that place patient experience at the centre of the healthcare experience. 
The Design Guide for Health: Spaces, Places and Precincts, a collaboration between HI and Government Architect NSW, is a finalist in Advisory Excellence category, which recognises excellence in advisory services on a major infrastructure project, policy or reform.
Launched in June 2023, the Design Guide for Health is assisting government and industry to plan, design and deliver functional, welcoming and inclusive health facilities.
We are also honoured that Manly Adolescent and Young Adult Hospice (AYAH) is nominated for the ‘Industry Choice’ award. Voted on by IPA’s membership and the attendees of the 2024 Awards Dinner, the award recognises a project that demonstrates exceptional customer outcome and/or community benefits.
As Australia’s first dedicated facility for young people with life-limiting illnesses, the Manly AYAH provides crucial services for 15 to 24-year-olds, including respite care and symptom management. It was designed and delivered through collaboration with government, industry, clinicians, the community and patients and their families.
Congratulations to our project teams and partners and good luck to all the finalists in this year’s IPA Awards!
Winners will be announced at the National Infrastructure Awards on Thursday 11 April 2024.
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