With responses received from across the district, three key themes and areas of interest emerged
Remember to submit their entries to the Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment’s photographic competition closing soon on Friday 30 October.
Trenching work will be undertaken along the footpath on Faithfull and Clifford Streets from Monday 26 October
Find out what is happening at Health Service Capital Works in the Southern Region.
The new four storey Clinical Services Building has reached its highest point of construction.
Have your photo featured in the new Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment and win $500
Work will be undertaken on Faithfull Street from Monday 17 August 2020 and is expected to take a week to complete
From 06 to 28 August 2020 community members are being invited to complete an online survey
Goulburn Hospital’s 40 metre tower crane gets its name
Congratulations to Alex, aged 6, from Wollondilly Public School.
Be in to win a $1000.00 sporting equipment or book voucher for your School
Further progress on the Goulburn Hospital Redevelopment with the first concrete pour for the new four-storey Clinical Services Building.
Another milestone in the construction of Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment Project achieved
The commissioning and change process for the project has officially begun.
The project team held staff and community sessions for people to ask questions and learn more about the redevelopment.
A milestone sod turn on Wednesday 9 October 2019 marked the start of construction on the redevelopment project.
There's more to building a hospital than constructing a new building and a huge amount of effort goes into the project away from the site.
The project team was treated to a presentation of new proposed façade and final hospital design with an augmented reality display.
The project remains on track for main works to begin in the coming months, with final insights captured around the new design.
It's an exciting time for the $150 million project with enabling works now completed.
Congratulations to the Key Health Worker Accommodation project team on their win at the Southern NSW Local Health District Quality Awards.
The main services trench has now been completed and will serve as the backbone of services and infrastructure for the current Goulburn Hospital campus.
The Asset Management Office has been completed with the team making the most of their new space.
Demolition has now come to an end, the new waste shed was handed over and bulk earthworks are set to begin.
The proposed changes to on-street parking around the Goulburn Hospital precinct were on public exhibition from 4 February 2019 to 8 March 2019.
Demolition of Lady Grose Home and Springfield House is almost complete, preparing the foundation of our new four storey clinical services building.
As construction starts to ramp up it has been proposed by Council to make a few changes to on-street parking and we'd love your feedback.
We had concrete, cranes, cataloguing and celebrations at the Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment Project this year.
The project team have achieved a huge milestone, with planning documentation now completed.
Goulburn Community Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol (CMHDA) staff have today, Thursday 1 November 2018, moved into their brand new home.
The Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Extension has been completed, with the Child and Family Cottage relocated.
The commencement of demolition for the Redevelopment has been announced.
The Community Mental Health Extension nears completion, with staff having already commenced relocation.
The level of positive feedback from staff has been remarkable with many commending the update.
The third round of PUGs was held with insights captured and clarity achieved for many of the groups.
This month’s People of the Project, Project Lead Kerry Hort and Hutchinson Builders Senior Project Engineer Louie Elias.
Rooms across the Goulburn Base Hospital are being reorganised and cleaned up.
It's a very exciting time for the project, with the cataloguing of historical items now completed.
Early works construction continues to progress on the Community Mental Health Extension.
So much has been achieved since the Health Minister announced funding for the redevelopment.
A site boundary installed on Wednesday 4 April 2018 has affected the current fleet and staff parking.
Staff accommodation has been modified and moved off-site.
We are very excited to commence the program and work with the community to catalogue historical items.