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Joondalup Health Campus

Major sustainable redevelopment

  • $390M

    Project Value

  • 12

    Operating Theatres

  • Perth, Western Australia

    Perth, Western Australia

A landmark project delivered ahead of the project program and on budget—a massive win for all the stakeholders

Completed in 2013, the Joondalup Health Campus was heralded as one of the biggest hospitals in Western Australia. Our work included electrical and sustainability services to support the client’s aim for a best practice standard with a particular focus on energy efficiency and on initiatives that provided value for money.

The redevelopment required numerous high and low voltage infrastructure relocations to occur in a staged manner for the progressive build programme all the while surrounded by a fully functioning Hospital which was successfully undertaken. In addition the redevelopment included new integrated technology theatres where state of the art audio visual and image capturing equipment and infrastructure was installed for use by the clinicians. The Theatres also included a fully fitted out Cathlab and control room.

The new ICU ward include fully populated suspended pendants which can be positioned to suit individual patient needs. The entire communications and structured cabling infrastructure was redesigned to cater for campus and building control rooms and redundant paths for communication reliability.

Our sustainability team worked closely with the design team and the builder to develop an options assessment supported by a full cost benefit analysis. This was an essential part of meeting the budget control requirements for the project while maintaining the sustainability focus.

One of the key challenges involved the numerous stages for the redevelopment, which was delivered across a four-year period. The solution? A holistic sustainability strategy and approach that would capture site-wide attributes but also allow for discretion to align with the staging plan.

Alongside the sustainability options assessment, our teams also managed the associated budget. The management systems developed from this project are now applied to all the team’s projects, which ensures that innovation in sustainability is achieved while maintaining financial viability.

The $390 million redevelopment has been a vital upgrade which will service the healthcare needs of the northern suburb communities well into the future.

At a Glance

Offices
Client
  • Ramsay Health Care
  • WA State Government
Architect
Silver Thomas Hanley Architects
Award
2012 WA Environmental Award
Meet Our Team

Prasanna Suraweera, Director, Senior Sustainability Project Engineer/Australian Discipline Leader, Sustainability

There are a thousand sustainability options out there and I love finding the right path to meet the client’s needs.
Prasanna Suraweera Director, Senior Sustainability Project Engineer/Australian Discipline Leader, Sustainability Read More

Matthew Quin, Principal, Senior Electrical Project Engineer

I thrive on the challenges that arise in major healthcare and laboratory projects and particularly enjoy engaging with stakeholders during the design process.
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Grant Sheppard, Principal, Senior Electrical Project Engineer

I enjoy engaging with the design team on complex projects, contributing to imaginative design, and introducing technical innovation.
Grant Sheppard Principal, Senior Electrical Project Engineer Read More

Prasanna Suraweera

Director, Senior Sustainability Project Engineer/Australian Discipline Leader, Sustainability

Matthew Quin

Principal, Senior Electrical Project Engineer

Grant Sheppard

Principal, Senior Electrical Project Engineer

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