Modbury, South Australia
Design and Construct
Department of Planning, Transport and Industry / SA Health
Improved infrastructure and consolidated health services for Adelaide’s north-east
Built Environs’ project team successfully delivered the upgrade of Modbury Hospital as part of the South Australian Government's Transforming Health initiative.
The upgrade included a purpose-built rehabilitation centre, SpARC, with a gym, hydrotherapy pool, consulting rooms, and a therapy garden, as well as the demolition and refurbishment of the Level 3 ward, increasing the number of rehabilitation beds from 20 to 52. A covered link way connects the new building to the existing hospital, and the building features a 10kw solar panel system, solar heating for the pool, domestic hot water and a gas-powered VRV, helping it to achieve a 5 star IGRAT rating.
The team ensured the hospital and its associated health services remained operational throughout the project, whilst also achieving a defect-free handover at each stage. The project was completed under budget, with the final stage achieving an early handover.
- New building works totaling 3,000 m2
- Two- stage delivery to ensure hospital operations were maintained
- Rehabilitation services expanded from 20 to 52 beds
- New gym, hydrotherapy pool, general consulting rooms and therapy garden
- Covered linkway connecting the new building to the existing hospital
- Five-star IGRAT rating achieved