The project will expand acute health services at Werribee Mercy Hospital and will involve the construction of six additional operating theatres and support services complete with 64 new inpatient beds.
The project will be delivered by Multiplex Constructions on behalf DHHS and will include opportunities for local contractors and suppliers to deliver assorted work packages on the project.
Multiplex, established in 1962, has forged a market-leading reputation in Australia, creating skylines and leaving a lasting social and environmental legacy in the areas in which we operate.
We value our long term relationships, and we invest heavily in our people as well as our clients and sub-contractors.
Multiplex in Australia has a workbook spanning several sectors including non-process infrastructure such as remote accommodation in the mining sector, water, commercial, infrastructure, health, retail, residential and education.
Multiplex has been shaping skylines in major cities around the world for over 50 years.
The Construction business has a proven track record of delivering significant social infrastructure and major assets in central business districts and regional areas for both public and private clients.
We operate across a broad range of sectors including commercial, residential, education, health, retail, tourism and leisure.
Multiplex has become a leader in Australia in delivering health and science infrastructure projects including amongst others the St John of God Murdoch Hospitals in Perth, the Epworth Geelong Teaching Hospital and the Royal Brisbane Hospital East Block expansion.
Industry Engagement - Meet The Builder
Date: Monday 6th March 2017
Time: 3:45pm (for 4:00pm start) - 6:00pm
Venue: Wyndham Civic Centre, 45 Princes Highway, Werribee, Victoria
At this event, you will be briefed about the WMH Expansion Project, contract opportunities and pre-qualification requirements, as well as other subcontractor and supplier opportunities with the Multiplex group across its various sectors.
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