McConnell Dowell has secured another win with the official signing of the Auckland City Hospital Central Plant & Tunnel Project’s main works contract this week.
The main works will see us joining forces with Built Environs for the second time in Tāmaki Makaurau to deliver the second largest project within the Facilities Infrastructure Remediation Programme (FIRP).
The project aims to address the hospital’s aging infrastructure by constructing a new five-storey plant building and 240-metre-long services tunnel. After project completion, the ADHB will be able to provide a higher quality of care to patients, and a safer environment for staff and specialist providers. The newly built infrastructure is also future proofed to include expansion, as the population grows in Tāmaki Makaurau and more people are in need of the hospital’s services.
We are proud to be delivering a key piece of infrastructure for the largest hospital in the country, and will draw heavily on our knowledge in deep foundation piling and open-cut trench experience.
To read the full scope of works for this project, click here.