Project

Randwick Campus Redevelopment

PROJECT STATUS
Announced
Randwick Campus Redevelopment

The Randwick Campus Redevelopment and the creation of the Randwick Health and Education Precinct is a major initiative of the NSW Government. 

More than $1.5 billion has been committed to redevelopment projects at the Randwick Hospitals Campus. This includes: 

  • a $720 million new Integrated Acute Services Building for Prince of Wales Hospital
  • $608 million for the Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage One and Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre, and
  • a $250 million Health Translation Hub for University of New South Wales.

Key Dates

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

PROJECT HISTORY

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.
Estimated Total Cost
(2016)
Sector
Social
Procurement approach
Traditional Procurement | Possible PPP |
Location
New South Wales |
Resources
Media releases
2017/06/20
Major Contract

UNSW Health Translation Hub

PROJECT STATUS
Awarded
UNSW Health Translation Hub

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney is delivering the Health Translation Hub as part of the Randwick Campus Redevelopment. 

The Health Translation Hub will include:

  • education, training and research rooms
  • clinical schools
  • ambulatory care clinics
  • support facilities including retail premises, and
  • publicly accessible open space for staff, students, patients and the community.

The Hub will have direct connections to the Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage One and Minderoo Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre, and be situated adjacent to the new Prince of Wales Hospital Integrated Acute Services Building.

Key Dates

Nov 2022 Contract Award
2023 Expected Construction Commencement
2025 Expected Construction Completion

Financing

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Debt Finance: Plenary Health Consortium

Procurement

Procuring Agency: UNSW
Successful Tenderer: Plenary Health consortium comprising Plenary Group, ISPT, HESTA, UniSuper, Hansen Yuncken and Architectus
Procurement note:

The consortium are being contracted to finance, develop and operate the facility over a minimum 20-year term. 

PROJECT HISTORY

Nov 2022 UNSW awarded the contract to deliver the project to the Plenary Health Consortium.
Estimated Total Cost
(2022)
Sector
Social
Procurement approach
Other |
Location
New South Wales |
Resources
Media releases
2022/11/04
2022/11/07
Major Contract

Sydney Children's Hospital Stage One and Minderoo Children's Comprehensive Cancer Centre

PROJECT STATUS
Awarded
Sydney Children's Hospital Stage One and Minderoo Children's Comprehensive Cancer Centre

Children’s Hospital Stage One and Minderoo Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre is part of Randwick Campus Redevelopment project. The services being delivered in the project includes:

  • a new children’s emergency department and emergency short-stay unit
  • a new children’s intensive care unit
  • the Minderoo Children's Comprehensive Cancer Centre
  • new inpatient units for medical, surgical, adolescent, sleep, and oncology specialties  
  • neurosciences centre
  • new medical short-stay unit
  • day oncology centre 
  • virtual care centre and hospital command centre 
  • new front of house and High Street drop off
  • paediatric pharmacy
  • wet and dry laboratories to support cancer research education, training, and research spaces 
  • improved parent amenities, including overnight bereavement rooms, and
  • education and training spaces for staff. 

Key Dates

Mar 2019 Project Announcement
Nov 2019 Full project scope announced
Jun 2022 Expected Contract Award
2022 Expected Construction Commencement
2025 Expected Construction Completion

Funding contributions

Federal Government
NSW Government

Additional funding contributions include: A$30 million from the University of New South Wales and A$25 million each from the Children’s Cancer Institute and the Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation.

Procurement

Procuring Agency: Health Infrastructure NSW
Successful Tenderer: John Holland

PROJECT HISTORY

May 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.
Sep 2020 The NSW Government announced $60 million accelerated funding allocation over the next two years to fast-track the Children's Cancer Centre and Randwick Children's Hospital Rebuild project. The funding will be drawn from the NSW Government's $3 billion Jobs and Infrastructure Acceleration Fund.
Nov 2020 The 2020-21 NSW Budget allocated $15 million of funding to FY2020-21 to commence construction. The Budget also confirmed the expected completion date for the project is 2026.
Dec 2020 NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements were issued for the preparation of Environmental Impact Assessment of the project.
May 2021 The planning applications for the Sydney Children's Hospital Stage One and the CCCC were submitted and placed on public exhibition.
Jun 2021 The 2021-22 NSW Budget allocated $46 million to the project for FY2021-22.
Oct 2021 Expressions of Interest (EOI) process commenced.
Dec 2021 State significant development consent was granted for the project.
Apr 2022 The Minderoo Foundation was announced as naming rights partner to the Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre after providing a $15 million donation as part of an overall $50 million in philanthropic contributions towards the project.
Jun 2022 Health Infrastructure NSW awarded John Holland the construction contract for the project.
Jun 2022 The FY2022-23 NSW Budget allocated $100 million to the project in FY2022-23. The Budget also identified an increase of $50 million in the project's total estimated cost. The total cost is now $658 million.
Estimated Total Cost
(2022)
Sector
Social
Procurement approach
Traditional Procurement | Other |
Location
New South Wales |
Resources