How co-ordinated design achieved the delivery of a critical enabling project at Perth’s QEII Medical Centre
Relocating and expanding its Central Energy Plant (CEP) allowed Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre to release space and provide sufficient power and services for critical future projects. Stantec’s multi-disciplinary consultants were responsible for the design and construction phases of this challenging project involving a constrained, operational site and tight schedule. Relocating the CEP to the rear of the 28-hectare campus also meant connecting to the existing infrastructure via a 506m services tunnel.
The existing services and CEP continued to operate throughout the relocation, which was staged to coincide with works on the New Children’s Hospital, requiring meticulous planning, commissioning, integration and change-over phases. 3D Revit was a significant contributing factor to the successful design, co-ordination and installation of services, all interfacing with the building management system.
Completing the $226m project-the largest of its kind in Australia-within programme, our multi-disciplinary teams’ integrated approach maintained essential services and enabled expansion at the campus to benefit the health of future generations of Western Australians.
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