Master Builder of the Year | National 2016 | Victoria 2016, 2017
PROJECTS | Queensland

Caboolture Hospital Emergency Department Expansion Phase 2

Sector

Health

Value

$6M

Client

Metro North Hospital & Health Service

Consultants

Johnstaff Projects
Coffey Projects
Hames Sharley
Wood & Grieve Engineers

Lump Sum contract to undertake an expansion of the Caboolture Hospital Emergency Department in Queensland. 

Separable Portion 1 consists of the Central Sterile Services Department (CSSD), which comprises the packaging and sterilising facility, decontamination rooms, disposal, cooling facility, non-sterile store, male and female bathrooms, change rooms and locker facilities, and communal air lock for all. CSSD is the storage hub for all theatre equipment – sterile and non-sterile stock. All utensils/products used during surgery, as well as any other contaminated items deemed non-sterile throughout the hospital will also be disposed of within the facility.
 
Separable Portion 2 of the facility consists of the emergency medical imaging area. This will comprise ultrasound rooms, large administration areas with pneumatic tube, with smaller reporting rooms attached, reception counter backing on to a 30 person waiting room, PWD's, ambulant toilets, AS1428 compliant change rooms and staff room.
 
The facilities also consist of nuclear medicine; complete with control room and lead glass, x-ray with unistrut bracing for suspended equipment, CT scanning ability and mammogram rooms which have a shared control room, and all rooms impressively being lead-lined.
 
The expansion aspect of the project will house a new MRI machine and plant. Kane are also required to install extra structural steel within the existing medical imaging suspended slab for added support.
 
The project is due for completion in late 2018.