Perkins Builders wins tender for health service redevelopment project in Western Australia

WCN Editorial Team 1 Mar 2022 OCEANIA BUILDINGS

Perkins Builders has won a tender for construction works of Collie Health Service’s $14.3m redevelopment project in Western Australia.

Last year, preliminary works were completed, which led to a large existing area being transformed into four purpose-built modern rooms for outpatient services including podiatry, social work and dietetics.

As a result of the preliminary works, main works can begin that will lead to a full upgrade of the operating theater complex that includes operating theatre, reception, consult room, telehealth room, waiting room and patient recovery bays.

Other infrastructure works to be undertaken now include upgrades to ventilation, heating and air-conditioning, replacement of potable and non-potable hot water systems, upgrade to electrical systems, and improving lighting facility in the public car park area.

The redevelopment work is expected to complete in late 2023.

Western Australia Health Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson said: "I am pleased Collie Health Service's main works tender has been awarded to a local company that knows the South-West, having a head office in Bunbury.

"This tender being awarded is great progress for the redevelopment, bringing Collie locals and visitors alike closer to a more modern and fit-for-purpose health service.”


Image: Main works will lead to a full upgrade of the operating theater complex. Credit: Sasin Tipchai from Pixabay.

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