Albany Health Campus


Project Overview

After the launch of the $170.4 million Albany Health Campus the next phase of the Albany Health Campus redevelopment is now under way, with site works now commencing. The new purpose-built health campus is the hub for health services in the Great Southern region, providing the region’s 55,000 residents with improved services. It features modern facilities which support the delivery of quality health services and offer the very best in contemporary care, enabling up to 80 per cent of patients from the Great Southern region to be treated closer to where they live.

Funding for the project has come from the State Government, Royalties for Regions and the Commonwealth Government.

Improvements include:

  • A larger emergency department with state-of-the-art equipment and a four-bed short stay observation unit.
  • The inpatient mental health ward expanded from nine to 16 beds, including a four-bed secure unit
  • A purpose-built surgical centre incorporating three new theatres, a scope room and a procedure room, allowing for more elective and day surgeries to be performed in Albany
  • A new maternity unit and three birthing facilities
  • A Level 2 special care nursery to care for sick infants 36 weeks and older
  • Extensive ambulatory care centre, encompassing six renal dialysis chairs, allied health services and specialist clinics
  • Radiology including CT with provision for MRI in the future
  • Improved six bed high dependency unit next to the emergency department
  • New inpatient wards with a mixture of single and double rooms
  • Comprehensive cancer centre, including seven chemotherapy chairs
  • The first purpose built sub-acute care unit of its kind in country WA for patients 15 years and older in need of rehabilitation services


TBH’s Role

TBH was engaged to:

  • Develop the state’s project delivery programme
  • Review the monthly submission of the D&C contractor’s design and construction programme

The state’s project delivery program was developed in consultation with the project team. This programme was then handed over to the project team to manage. TBH provided periodic reviews, advice and assistance with regard to the ongoing maintenance of this programme.

The D&C contractor submitted an updated monthly program in accordance with the requirements of the head contract. TBH reviewed this programme and provided a summary level report on issues.

To find out more about TBH’s Planning & Scheduling experience, please visit the Planning & Scheduling page.

Project Overview

Client Government of Western Australia
Services Project Programming
Value $170.4 million
Duration N/A
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