Logan Hospital Expansion

Logan Hospital is situated in a major growth and development corridor of South East Queensland.The Logan Local Government Area population is expected to increase by 23.3 per cent between 2016 and 2026, or 2.1 per cent annually. As such, the scope and scale of Logan Hospital’s services and physical infrastructure are insufficient to meet existing and future demand. Without the delivery of additional capacity, Logan Hospital would experience an increasing shortfall of overnight and same day beds as well as a range of treatment spaces, resulting in extended Emergency Department and outpatient waiting times and delays in provision of care.

Building Queensland is leading a detailed business case on the Logan Hospital Expansion in partnership with Queensland Health. The business case is assessing options including a combination of a new build and refurbishment of existing facilities.

All Current Business Cases

Caboolture Hospital Expansion Stage 1

The infrastructure at Caboolture Hospital is operating at capacity in a number of areas, and the hospital currently faces long Emergency Department waiting times and overcrowding.

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Nullinga Dam Detailed Business Case

Building Queensland is leading the development of the Nullinga Dam Detailed Business Case in partnership with SunWater. The proposed Nullinga Dam site is located on the Walsh River in the Atherton Tablelands. It has been proposed as a future water supply to serve growing urban demand in Cairns and to stimulate irrigated agriculture in the […]

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Bruce Highway Upgrade — Caboolture-Bribie Island Interchange to Steve Irwin Way Interchange

Building Queensland is leading the development of the Bruce Highway Upgrade—Caboolture-Bribie Island Interchange to Steve Irwin Way Interchange Detailed Business Case, in partnership with the Department of Transport and Main Roads. The detailed business case is investigating an upgrade to a six-lane divided carriageway on the 11-kilometre section of the Bruce Highway. The project is […]

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