Martin & Ollmann Architects has recently been awarded the Macksville Hospital redevelopment project by Health Infrastructure.
The redevelopment of Macksville Hospital will provide a much-needed roadmap for public health services in the region, and will help to enhance patient care and improve outpatient treatments as well as ambulatory care.
The NSW Government allocated $50 million for the site redevelopment, and Martin & Ollmann – with the consultant team and NSW Health Infrastructure – has already started work on the project with the first Functional Brief User Groups being held this week.
“Martin & Ollmann are excited to be a part of what is a major project for Macksville and the region,” Co-director Cameron Martin said.
“We understand the responsibility to deliver, for the staff and the patients at Macksville. Martin & Ollmann will help drive the project to ensure its success,” he said.
The health sector has been Martin & Ollmann’s most significant growth area over the past few years, and major projects constructed include the $300 million Stage 1 redevelopment of the Sydney Adventist Hospital in Wahroonga and the $75 million extension to Wollongong Hospital.
We have also recently successfully completed the design on the $65 million Armidale Hospital redevelopment, the $20 million Muswellbrook Hospital and the $20 million Manning Hospital working closely with NSW Health Infrastructure and the Hunter New England Local Health District.
Martin & Ollmann is excited to be a part of this integral project and look forward to playing a part in this important addition to the state’s health resources.