QH – Sunshine Coast University Hospital – Queensland - Project Profile
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The Queensland Health Department (QH) is undertaking the construction of public and private hospitals in Kawana, Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the construction of two hospitals, a 738-bed public hospital and a 200-bed private hospital on 20ha area. The public hospital will initially construct with a capacity of 450 beds, which will later be increased to 738 beds.
It includes the construction of an academic and research center, car parking providing 3,000 spaces, and a Kawana Health Innovation Park (private and non-government facilities to support the hospital such as child minding, pharmacies and allied health services).
It also includes the construction of cancer care center, academic and research center, with departments such as the intensive care unit (ICU), coronary care unit, and extended day surgery unit all housed together and other related facilities.
The project is being developed through a public private partnership (PPP), for the duration of the 25 years.
In November 2010, Ramsay Health Care (RHC) has submitted a bid to design, build, finance, operate and transfer (DBFOT) the 200-bed private hospital project.
In April 2011, RHC was appointed as preferred DBFOT contractor. RHC’s design-build team includes construction firm John Holland Group Pty Ltd, Phillips Smith Conwell as architect, and Akalan Projects as project manager.
In July 2011, three consortiums were shortlisted for construction of a 450-bed public hospital. They are identified as Exemplar Health comprising Lend Lease Corporation, Siemens Ltd, Capella Capital Pty Ltd and Spotless Group; Sunshine Health Partners comprising Abigroup Limited, Thiess Pty Ltd, John Laing Investments Ltd, InfraRed Capital Partners Limited and RBS Australia; and Salus Partnership comprising Laing O’Rourke, Bilfinger Berger Australia Pty Limited, UGL Limited and Macquarie Group Ltd.
The construction work on the private hospital project was initiated in October 2011, and was completed in November 2013.
On July 18, 2012, Exemplar Health was appointed as Design, Build, Finance and Maintain (DBFM) contractor. The design team includes Stantec Inc, Aurecon Australia Pty Ltd, Rice Daubney, and Architectus. Lend Lease's project management and construction business will design and construct the hospital and Capella Capital will act as financial advisor to the consortium.
The Queensland Government is providing US$714 million funding for construction of public hospital and remaining amount is being managed by Exemplar Health consortium, for the duration of the 25 year.
On October 1, 2012, construction work on 450-bed public hospital commenced.
Calcutta Group Pty Ltd has been appointed as a consultant.
In March 2017, construction works on 450-bed public hospital completed.
Planning activities on further phases are underway. The entire hospital with 738 beds is expected to be completed by July 2021.
The project involves the construction of two hospitals on 20ha area at corner of Kawana Way and Lake Kawana Boulevard in Kawana, Queensland, Australia.
The US$1,865 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a 738-bed public hospital
2. Construction of a 200-bed private hospital
3. Construction of academic and research centre
4. Construction of operating rooms
5. Construction of critical care facility
6. Construction of administrative offices
7. Construction of general medical/surgical care facility
8. Construction of multi-story car parking facility
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