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New Acute Services Building reaches construction completion milestone 

The much-anticipated Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building (ASB) has celebrated another major milestone, with major construction now complete, making way for final fit-out and commissioning.

The new building is the first stage of the Randwick Campus Redevelopment and the catalyst project for expanding the world-class health, research and education facilities at the Randwick Health and Innovation Precinct

The new hospital building will open to patients from early 2023.

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Projects

  • Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building

    Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building

    The NSW Government is partnering with UNSW Sydney to deliver the Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building; the first stage of the Randwick Campus Redevelopment.

  • UNSW Health Translation Hub

    UNSW Health Translation Hub

    The NSW Government has announced a partnership that will see UNSW Sydney make an initial investment of up to $250 million in a Health Translation Hub on the Randwick Hospitals Campus.

  • Sydney Children's Hospital Stage 1

    Sydney Children's Hospital Stage 1

    The NSW and Federal Governments have announced $658 million to deliver brand new, state-of-the-art paediatric health and medical research facilities as part of the first stage of redeveloping Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick.

Milestones

  • Nov 2022

    November 2022

    New Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building reaches major construction completion milestone.

  • Nov 2022

    November 2022

    UNSW Sydney announces partnership with Plenary to deliver Health Translation Hub.

  • Jun 2022

    June 2022

    NSW Government announces John Holland has been appointed to deliver main works for the Sydney Children's Hospital Stage 1 and Minderoo Children's Comphrensive Cancer Centre.

  • Apr 2022

    April 2022

    Minderoo Foundation announced as naming rights partner to the Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre, announcing a $15 million donation as part of an overall $50 million in philanthropic contributions towards the project. 

  • Dec 2021

    December 2021

    Completion of detailed design and release of 3D animated flythrough video for the Sydney Children's Hospital Stage 1 and Children's Comprehensive Cancer Centre.

  • May2021

    Public Display period for the SCH1 & CCCC

    From Wednesday 19 May 2021 until Tuesday 16 June, 2021, the Sydney Children's Hospital Stage 1 redevelopment, Children's Comprehensive Cancer Centre and UNSW Health Translation Hub Environmental Impact Statements are on public display.

  • Mar 2021

    ASB construction completion

    Randwick Campus Redevelopment celebrates topping out of the new $780 million Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building as it reaches its highest point.

  • Jan 2020

    January 2020

    Early works for the Acute Services Building completed in preparation for building construction

  • Dec 2019

    Dec 2019

    UNSW Eastern Extension to the Acute Services Building is approved by Department of Planning, Industry and Environment. Two tower canes established on site to support construction

  • Aug 2019

    Aug 2019

    Lendlease is awarded main works contract for the Acute Services Building

  • Mar 2019

    March 2019

    Construction commences for the Acute Services Building

  • Oct 2018

    Oct 2018

    Progressive site establishment and commencement of early and enabling works for the Randwick Campus Redevelopment

  • Mid 2018

    May 2018

    Schematic Design phase complete for the Acute Services Building and new visualisations released. 

  • Late 2017

    Late 2017

    A Final Business Case for the Randwick Campus Redevelopment submitted to NSW Government.

  • Mid 2017

    Mid 2017

    The NSW Government announced a further $220m for the Randwick Campus Redevelopment.

  • Early 2015

    March 2015

    The NSW Government committed $500million for the Prince of Wales Reconfiguration and Expansion Project, the first major redevelopment of Prince of Wales Hospital in 20 years.