An insight into: patient-focused infrastructure
Have you ever wanted to know more about what Health Infrastructure actually does? You might know that we are experts in planning, architecture, engineering, construction, assets, communications and change management…but what do we actually do?
Inverell Hospital one step closer with the first sod turned
The hard-packed grounds of Inverell have been broken, with Member for the Northern Tablelands, Adam Marshall, turning the first sod on Stage 1A of the $60 million Inverell Hospital Redevelopment last week.
More than just hospitals: How Health Infrastructure builds a positive workplace
Here at Health Infrastructure we build more than hospitals: we build the knowledge, skills and experience of our teams. From project management, to corporate, communications and executive, each person is another building block in our collaborative and productive workplace.
Naidoc Week 2018: How consultation and participation shapes Health Infrastructure
Naidoc Week events are currently taking place all across the country to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
First sod turned at the new Mudgee Health Service
Construction of the new Mudgee Health Service is underway, meaning residents are one step closer to having state of the art hospital and community health services under the one roof.
Another milestone reached for the Dubbo Hospital Redevelopment
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Member for Dubbo Troy Grant have turned the sod on the final stages of the $150 million Dubbo Hospital Redevelopment.
Central Coast welcomes opening of new Hospital Tower
Central Coast communities welcomed another milestone at Gosford Hospital over the weekend, with Premier Gladys Berejiklian joining Health Minister Brad Hazzard to officially open the highly anticipated 11-storey tower.
Liverpool Hospital set to be transformed after a new $740 million injection
Liverpool Hospital is set to become a world-class facility thanks to the newly announced $740m Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct.
Expansion of Mental Health Unit at Port Macquarie reaches major milestone
Expansion of the Port Macquarie Mental Health Unit is one step closer to completion, with construction reaching its highest point earlier this week.
Construction has kicked off on the new Katoomba Renal Dialysis Centre
The first sod has been turned at Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital to mark the start of construction on a new $4.7 million satellite renal dialysis centre.