University of Canberra and OCHRE Health – Bruce GP Super Clinic
ACT – Australia
Cockram in conjunction with SKM-S2F, have been engaged to undertake the full design and construct of the Student Led Clinics and OCHRE Health GP Super Clinic.
The project is a joint venture between the University of Canberra (UC) and OCHRE Health and will be built with funding from the Australian Government’s GP Super Clinics Program through the Department of Health and Ageing (DOHA), the clinical Training Funding Program through Health Workforce Australia (HWA) and UC.
The new building will provide four levels with a GFA of 1200m² and will deliver general practice and specialist medical services, medical support services and health service training facilities.
St Stephen's Hospital, Hervey Bay
Queensland - Australia
These works will expand the current 8 bed acute care day facility to a 96-bed acute care hospital with five operating theatres, six oncology bays, isolation bays and dialysis bays. The hospital will also provide training for nursing students and allied health placements.
As Australia’s first fully digital hospital, the project is a significant development for the Fraser Coast region providing a number of economic benefits and an improved range of medical services for the community.
The innovative e-health system will allow easier access to patient records for medical staff as well as providing alerts to allergies and abnormalities in testing results, linking to other parts of the health system and specialist practitioners.
The construction and e-Health components of the St Stephen’s Hospital project is an overall $90M investment in regional health services and facilities.
Frankston Hospital Stage 3 and Emergency Department
Frankston, VIC – Australia
A new Emergency Department and much needed ward expansion, the redevelopment will boost the hospital’s capacity to meet the demands of the growing population on the Peninsula and to cater for future health needs.
Royal Melbourne Hospital Allied Health Project
A highly complex project with a strong focus on existing building services, consituting enabling Works in the operational Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Hunter Medical Research Institute - New Research Facility
Newcastle, NSW - Australia
Located within the Rankin Park campus adjacent to the John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, the 16,000 m² building consists of two five-storey wings (east & west) linked together by a two-storey elevated glass entry pod. The partnership development between Hunter Medical Research Institute, Hunter New England Health and The University of Newcastle represents a significant capital investment at the John Hunter Hospital Precinct and shall provide for 450 leading researchers under the one roof. The project consists of the following key features: PC2 laboratories, specific pathogen free zones, clinical trial support unit, animal holding areas (bio resource facility), outdoor semi enclosed recreation and barbeque area for the staff, workstations and generic open plan laboratories, lecture theatre and associated support staff offices and amenities. Construction of a three tiered open deck car-park for 250 vehicles is also part of the construction works to be undertaken.