Sydney communities are a step closer to accessing an expanded range of world-class health services close to home, with CPB Contractors appointed to finalise planning on the Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) Hospital Redevelopment.
The NSW Government is investing $750 million to deliver the biggest transformation of the RPA Hospital in its 140-year history so that inner-Sydney communities can access an extensive range of world-class services closer to home well into the future.
CPB Contractors were engaged following a competitive tender process to finalise the design for the redevelopment, continuing work with RPA clinicians, patients, families and community members.
The RPA Hospital Redevelopment includes construction of a new 15-storey tower and upgrade of existing buildings, and will feature:
- expanded and enhanced emergency department and intensive care units
- state-of-the-art operating theatres
- expanded and improved adult inpatient accommodation
- increased interventional and imaging services
- expanded neonatology services
- improved roads, signage and landscaping throughout the hospital
- a new open garden courtyard.
Health Infrastructure is delivering the project in partnership with the Sydney Local Health District, with early enabling works currently underway alongside the planning and design of the new hospital expansion. The main works construction contract is expected to be awarded in late 2023.
The project is part of the NSW Government’s record $11.9 billion investment in health infrastructure to 2025-26.
To find out more about the RPA Hospital Redevelopment please visit the project website.