The Randwick Campus Redevelopment and the creation of the Randwick Health and Education Precinct is a major initiative of the NSW Government.
More than $2 billion has been committed to redevelopment projects at the Randwick Hospitals Campus. This includes:
- a $780 million new Integrated Acute Services Building for Prince of Wales Hospital
- $658 million for the Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage One and Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre, and
- a $600 million Health Translation Hub for University of New South Wales.
|Mar 2015||NSW Government made an initial commitment of $500 million|
|Aug 2019||Integrated Acute Services Building main contract awarded|
|Nov 2019||Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage One announced|
|Nov 2019||Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre announced|
|Nov 2022||Contract Award|
|Mar 2015||NSW Government made an initial commitment of $500 million for the Prince of Wales Reconfiguration and Expansion Project (now referred to as Integrated Acute Services Building).|
|Jun 2017||The NSW Government announced a further $220m for the Integrated Acute Services Building of the Randwick Campus Redevelopment.|
|Mar 2019||$608 million in funding for Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage One and Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre were committed jointly by NSW Government, Federal Government, University of New South Wales, Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation and Children's Cancer Institute.|
|Aug 2019||Lendlease was awarded the Integrated Acute Services Building main contract.|