Project

New Toowoomba Hospital

PROJECT STATUS
Awarded
New Toowoomba Hospital

The $1.3 billion New Toowoomba Hosptial is a proposed redevelopment included in Queensland's Capacity Building Program.

The New Toowoomba Hospital – Stage One scope of works includes:

  • a new hospital with 118 beds across medical, surgical, maternity, coronary and intensive care units
  • emergency department treatment spaces, outpatient consultation rooms and diagnostic rooms
  • medical imaging pharmacy and pathology services
  • a cancer care centre

Details of subsequent stages have not yet been announced.

The Baille Henderson site has been chosen as the prefered site for the redevelopment located on Cranley Street, 6.5km north of the existing hospital.

 

Key Dates

Jun 2022 Project Announcement
Oct 2022 EOIs Open
Nov 2022 EOIs Close
Jun 2023 Contract Award - Stage One
Dec 2027 Expected Construction Completion

Funding contributions

Queensland Government

Procurement

Procuring Agency: Queensland Health
Successful Tenderer: John Holland - Stage 1 Managing Contractor

PROJECT HISTORY

2016 Preliminary business case was prepared.
Jun 2017 The Queensland Government proposed the redevelopment of the hospital.
Dec 2017 Building Queensland (BQ) added the project to its Infrastructure Pipeline Report, which put the estimated cost of the hospital redevelopment between $450-750 million.
Sep 2018 The Queensland Government announced the Baillie Henderson site as the preferred site.
Jun 2020 The master plans for the project were revealed, outlining the timeline of the redevelopment, hospital designs and technology advancements
Jun 2022 Funding was announced for the project under the Capacity Expansion Program.
Aug 2022 Enabling works began on the project.
Oct 2022 Expressions of Interest (EOIs) to join a prequalified panel to deliver Capacity Expansion Program projects was released. The project is now expected to cost $1.3 billion.
Jun 2023 John Holland has been awarded the contract for Stage One of the New Toowoomba Hospital. The project will be delivered through a managing contractor model.
Estimated Total Cost
(2022)
Sector
Social
Procurement approach
Traditional Procurement |
Location
Queensland |
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