Enabling works have been completed

850x448-Geofabric-GBN.jpg It's an exciting time for the $150 million project with enabling works now completed.

Enabling works were required to prepare the site for the new clinical services building and included the construction, demolition and relocation of a number of buildings and services that were in the existing footprint of the new acute building.

The extension to the Community Health building was completed in September 2018, increasing the building size by approximately 275 square metres.

Springfield House and Lady Grose Home were demolished and the new Asset Management Office, Workshop and Waste Shed were completed in the first half of 2019.

The new main services trench was completed and now serves as the backbone of services and infrastructure for the Goulburn Hospital campus.

Geofabric now covers the site (pictured above) to stop erosion and dust as early works are finalised ahead of main works construction which is due to begin later in 2019.