It’s the final countdown


SNSWLHD Board Representatives tour the display rooms. 

With just six months to go until main works for the Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment project is scheduled for completion, it's full steam ahead with the structural steel now completed and roof sheeting almost done.

Vinyl installation is underway and fit-out works are progressing. The plant room is also in its final stages, with early commissioning and equipment testing beginning later this month.

The façade — a combination of porcelain tiles, cement and metal cladding — is becoming more visible across the face of the building as the scaffolding continues to come down.

Cranium, the Redevelopment’s 40 metre tower crane, was dismantled in late March and transported from the site. This marked another milestone for the project.

The project team has also been busy showcasing the new one and two bed display rooms to staff user groups and the SNSWLHD Board. The display rooms are equipped with ensuites, new fixtures and new equipment.