Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment - Stage 2

Completed in 2016, the Stage 1 Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment delivered a multi-storey acute services building with inpatient wards, ambulatory, outpatient, allied health services, pathology and clinical information. Stage 2 works expanded and integrated key clinical and support services to meet the growing needs of South West Sydney’s booming communities. Key features included: a new clinical services building with modern wards and patient facilities; an expanded emergency department; state-of-the-art operating theatres and intensive care unit; new women’s health services including birthing suites and maternity ward; enhanced paediatric services; modern, centrally located mental health units; increased access to outpatient and ambulatory care services; and upgraded medical imaging equipment.

Northrop were engaged by CPB Contractors for the ECI phase of Health Infrastructure's $650M Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment. Northrop provided all Hydraulic and Fire design on the project and helped CPB Contractors to execute and formalise their Main Works Offer with Health Infrastructure in just 5 weeks!

What our client had to say about us: 

“Northrop were engaged with CPB Contractors for the ECI phase of Health Infrastructure’s $632 million Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment. Providing all hydraulic and fire design on the project, they displayed a very collaborative communication style and supported the design teams to achieve quality output. Northrop were also required to work with the contracting market and work up various value engineering innovations. They successfully completed this exercise, helping us to execute and formalise our main works offer with Health Infrastructure in just five weeks! We have been very delighted with the way in which Northrop has carried out their design work and are excited to partner with them again in the future.” Raz Favotto, CPB Contractors, Project Director

Client Name
CPB Contractors
Construction Value
$650 million

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