The NSW Government announced in the 2017/18 NSW State Budget a $632m (total overall development cost) upgrade for the Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment (CHR) Stage 2, including a significant increase in paediatric and mental health services.
The existing Campbelltown Hospital is an approximately 460 bed major hospital co-located with a mental health in-patient service and is a teaching campus with the collocated University of Western Sydney Clinical School, Campbelltown. It provides a range of emergency, medical, surgical, paediatric, maternity, intensive care, renal and other health services to the Macarthur region of South Western Sydney.
The hospital campus is currently occupied by several interconnected main buildings known as Building A, B, C and D. There are also several small and associated buildings scattered across the hospital site.
The delivery of expanded and new services at Campbelltown will be achieved through the primary Stage 2 components of the Project comprising the construction of a new Clinical Services Building (Building CS01) and the refurbishment of areas of existing facilities. The clinical expansion will see the hospital moving from approximately 460 beds currently to a physical capacity of approximately 760 beds at completion of the project, with some shell capacity for future commissioning.
This will be accompanied by an increase of over 60% in acute and support services capacity. This represents a significant increase in capacity and level of service for the current hospital. Acute Services will generally be moving from current role delineation level 4/5 to level 6 and provide the Campbelltown Hospital with the capability to operate as a tertiary referral hospital in the future.
The design includes a new Clinical Services Building (Building CS01) comprises a three level podium and two towers; one tower dedicated to acute services and inpatient accommodation and the second tower dedicated to mental health services. Integrated into the new Building CS01 will be a central spine providing connectivity across the precinct. Expansion of the Cancer Therapy Centre is also being provided.
Building Surveying / Building Code of Australia (BCA) / Access consultancy and section 6.28(2) Crown Certifier compliance checking and approval services for the projects design phase and ongoing Crown Certifier monitoring services for the 30 month construction phase until January 2023.
Including the provision of relevant and timely BCA and Accessibility design compliance advices and Crown BCA Certifier construction monitoring services for this dynamic project to the CPB Contractors client and multiple stakeholders including BLP architecture, Arup fire engineering, CBRE, Health Infrastructure and South Western Sydney Local Health District.