OYH – Youth Mental Health Research Centre Redevelopment – Victoria - Project Profile
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Orygen Youth Health (OYH) is undertaking the young health care center project in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The project involves the construction of an 8,500m2 National Center for Excellence in Youth Mental Health.
The project includes the construction of space for the specialist public mental health service run by Melbourne Health, in order to provide services for up to 5,000 young people a year. The health care facility will include in-patient wards, emergency rooms, clinical trail rooms and related facilities and the installation of laboratory equipment and security systems.
The project will receive US$50 million funding from the Government of Victoria and the remaining US$41 million will be sourced from the University of Melbourne and philanthropic organizations.
Billard Leece Partnership Pty Ltd has been appointed as Architect.
In July 2017, Kane Constructions Pty Ltd appointed as contractor.
In September 2017, Construction works were commenced.
OYH has received $60 million to rebuild its treatment and research facility.
Construction activities are underway with completion scheduled in October 2018.Scope
The project involves the construction of an 8,500m2 National Center for Excellence in Youth Mental Health in Parkville, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The US$91 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of in-patient wards
2. Construction of emergency rooms
3. Construction of spaces for the specialist public mental health service
4. Installation of laboratory equipments
5. Installation of security and safety systems
6. Construction of related facilitiesReasons To Buy
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