CPB Contractors, a subsidiary of Australia’s largest contractor, CIMIC, has won two hospital projects in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) worth US$544m (A$803m).
The two contracts were awarded by the NSW government, and involve work on Nepean Hospital Redevelopment Stage 1 and the Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment Stage 2.
For Nepean Hospital (pictured above), CPB Contractors’ US$257m (A$379m) contract involves the construction of a 55,000 sq m, 14-storey clinical building, which will contain an emergency department, 200 beds and 12 operating theatres.
Juan Santamaria, CPB Contractors’ managing director, said: "The Nepean Hospital Redevelopment Stage 1 builds on CPB Contractors’ growing portfolio of hospital projects and our strong commitment to Western Sydney. Â
"CPB Contractors is proud to continue our close working relationships with the NSW Government and Western Sydney communities."
Work on the hospital has already begun, and is due to be completed in 2021.
Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment Stage 2
CPB Contractors’ US$287m (A$424m) role on Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment Stage 2 involves expansion of paediatric and mental health services, including adding a birthing and maternity ward, an intensive care unit, operating theatres and larger treatment spaces.
Michael Wright, CIMIC Group chief executive, said: "CIMIC Group is continuing to demonstrate its outstanding capability in the delivery of health facilities across Australia. Â
"Through CPB Contractors, we’re committed to providing infrastructure to meet these vital community needs now and for future generations."
Construction on the project has started and will be finished by mid-2023.
Images courtesy of CIMIC/CPB Contractors