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  • First sod turned for Concord Hospital redevelopment

    In a significant milestone, the first sod has been turned at Concord Hospital, kicking off main works construction on the NSW Government’s $341 million Stage 1 redevelopment.

  • Keys handed over to Port Macquarie Mental Health Unit

    Just 12 months since the first sod was turned, keys to the new $17.5 million Port Macquarie Mental Health Unit have been officially handed to the Mid North Coast Local Health District.

  • Regional ambulance stations RAIRing to go

    ​In good news for emergency care in the regions, Bathurst, Ardlethan, Hamlyn Terrace, Wauchope, Jervis Bay and Harden are all set to benefit from brand new ambulance stations.

  • Armidale Hospital redevelopment officially open

    The $60 million Armidale Hospital redevelopment has officially opened, marking the end of more than four years of planning, development and construction.

  • Visualise the future!

    Using special Virtual Reality (VR) headsets, Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital welcomes you to check out its $200 million Stage 2 Redevelopment - well before it’s finished!

  • Cowra and Grenfell ambulance stations underway

    Sod turning ceremonies in Cowra and Grenfell have kicked off the official start to construction of two new ambulance stations in central west NSW.

  • First sod turned for new Maitland Hospital!

    The first sod has been turned at the $470 million new Maitland Hospital site, marking the start of early works for the project.

  • Plenty in the works for 2019

    As we roll into 2019 there's big news for Health Infrastructure with a number of construction contracts announced with new and established industry partners.

  • Lismore Base Hospital’s North Tower tops out

    Less than a year since construction began, Lismore Base Hospital’s North Tower has reached its final height!

  • Has it been a year already?!

    What a year! We’re proud to report that Health Infrastructure has completed over 20 projects and started over 15: an incredible achievement by our teams and a great outcome for public health in NSW.

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