ACT – Canberra Hospital SPIRE Center – Australian Capital Territory - Project Profile
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The ACT Government (ACT), plans to undertake the construction of a hospital in Australian Capital Territory, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a healthcare facility. It includes the construction of a new 92 bed emergency department, a new 48 bed intensive care unit, a new 25 bed emergency medical unit, 20 new operating theaters, 105 ambulatory treatment spaces, in and out patient wards, a pharmacy, a sterilization unit and parking facility and the installation of related machinery and safety equipment.
In June 2017, the ACT allocated US$177 million on 2017-18 state budget over the initial four years to plan, design and commence construction of the project. The ACT will spend US$2 million in 2017-18 and a further US$2 million in the 2018-19 on planning and design works, with US$22 million to start capital works in 2019-20 and US$150 million for more capital works in 2020-21.
Planning activities are underway. Construction works are expected to start in 2020 and scheduled to be completed in 2022.
The project involves the construction of a new hospital in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.
The US$375 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a new 92 bed emergency department
2. Construction of a new 48 bed intensive care unit
3. Construction of a new 25 bed emergency medical unit
4. Construction of 20 new operating theaters
5. Construction of 105 ambulatory treatment spaces
6. Construction of in and out patient wards
7. Construction of a pharmacy
8. Construction of a sterilization unit
9. Construction of parking facility
10. Installation of related machinery and safety equipment