Project

Frankston Hospital Redevelopment

PROJECT STATUS
Awarded
Frankston Hospital Redevelopment

The Frankston Hospital Redevelopment will expand the hospital’s capacity, with new facilities including a multi-level clinical services tower and main entrance, an additional 120 beds and two new operating theatres. The project will also include:

  • consolidation of medical and surgical wards into a single zone to support multidisciplinary care
  • a new five-bed emergency department mental health, alcohol and other drugs hub
  • a new maternity ward, obstetrics ward, women’s clinic, paediatric ward, and special care nursery
  • improved oncology facilities
  • a new emergency department paediatric zone
  • improved mental health services,
  • and additional carparking.

Key Dates

Sep 2018 Project Announcement
Sep 2020 EOIs Open
Oct 2020 EOIs Close
Feb 2022 Preferred Bidder Selection
Apr 2022 Financial Close
2022 Expected Construction Commencement
2025 Expected Construction Completion

Funding contributions

Victorian Government

In September 2018, the Victorian Government announced $562 million in funding to redevelop Frankston Hospital.

In May 2021, the project received an additional $43 million in funding in the 2021-22 Victorian Budget, increasing the project cost to $605 million. The additional funding was to expand the scope of the project and deliver a new multi-storey car park, a new emergency department paediatric zone, and a five-bed emergency department mental health, alcohol and other drugs hub.  

Procurement

Procuring Agency: Victorian Health Building Authority
Shortlist: Shortlisted consortia are: Exemplar Health comprising Capella Capital, Lendlease, Honeywell and Compass; Plenary Health comprising Plenary Group, Multiplex and Spotless; Pulse Health Partnership comprising John Laing, Watpac and Serco Australia.
Successful Tenderer: Exemplar Health consortium, comprising Capella Capital, Aware Super, Lendlease Building, Honeywell, and Compass Group.

PROJECT HISTORY

Sep 2018 The Victorian Government announced $562 million in funding to redevelop Frankston Hospital.
May 2019 The 2019-20 Victorian Budget allocated $6 million in FY2019-20 towards planning for the redevelopment of the Hospital. The remaining funding was not profiled in the 2019-20 Budget.
Jul 2020 Preliminary site works, including geotechnical investigations, were completed.
Sep 2020 The Victorian Government called for Expressions of Interest and confirmed the hospital will be delivered via an Availability Public Private Partnership (PPP). A consortium will be sought for the design, construction, finance and maintenance of the project, as well as a range of building management and soft facilities services. The operational phase of the PPP is 25 years from 2025, during which time Frankston Hospital will continue operating as a public hospital.
Nov 2020 In its 2020-21 Budget, the Victorian Government allocated $16.2 million towards the project for FY2020-21.
Jan 2021 The Victorian Government announced the shortlisted consortia to deliver the project.
May 2021 The project received an additional $43 million in funding in the 2021-22 Victorian Budget, increasing the project cost to $605 million. The additional funding was to expand the scope of the project and deliver a new multi-storey car park, a new emergency department paediatric zone, and a five-bed emergency department mental health, alcohol and other drugs hub.
Feb 2022 The Victorian Government announced the Exemplar Health consortium, comprising Capella Capital, Aware Super, Lendlease Building, Honeywell, and Compass Group as the preferred bidder for the redevelopment.
Apr 2022 Contract close occurred.
Estimated Total Cost
(2022)
Sector
Social
Procurement approach
Confirmed PPP |
Location
Victoria |
Resources