Project

North Shore Hospital Redevelopment

PROJECT STATUS
Under Delivery
North Shore Hospital Redevelopment

In 2018, the New Zealand Government committed to building a new elective surgery unit at North Shore Hospital in Auckland. 

The new surgical unit will be four storeys and will consist of:

  • four new wards with 120 beds
  • four new operating theatres
  • new endoscopy suites
  • clinical support services spaces, and
  • extended Sky Bridge link connecting the surgical hospital to the main hospital tower block.

Demolition of ageing non-clinical hospital buildings was expected to get underway in 2019, to make way for the new surgical unit. It is expected that the demolition will take approximately 12 months, with construction of the new building estimated to take an additional three years.

Key Dates

Oct 2018 Project Announced
May 2020 Procurement Process Began
Nov 2020 Contract Award
Jan 2021 Construction Commencement
2023 Expected Construction Completion

Funding contributions

NZ Government
Waitematā District Health Board: A$18 million | NZ$20 million

Procurement

Procuring Agency: Waitematā District Health Board
Successful Tenderer: Hawkins

PROJECT HISTORY

2018 The business case process commenced this year.
Oct 2018 The New Zealand Government announced it would commit NZ$200 million to build a new elective surgery unit at North Shore Hospital.
Mar 2020 The Waitematā District Health Board (DHB) issued a Notice of Information (NOI) for procurement of the main contractor to deliver the North Shore Hospital Redevelopment.
May 2020 The DHB called for Registrations of Interest, closing on 2 June. Three to five respondents from the process are expected be shortlisted for a final Request for Proposal phase.
Nov 2020 Waitematā District Health Board awarded the main construction contract to Hawkins.
Estimated Total Cost
(2018)
Sector
Social
Procurement approach
Traditional Procurement |
Location
New Zealand |
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