Bundaberg Hospital Redevelopment
Building Queensland is leading the development of the Bundaberg Hospital Redevelopment Detailed Business Case in partnership with the Department of Health and Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service. The business case is investigating the construction of a new hospital that will provide fit-for-purpose infrastructure to address the future needs of the Bundaberg region.
Detailed health service modelling will be undertaken to establish the future health care demand, service capability and staffing requirements to support the growing and ageing population of the Wide Bay Burnett region. Key considerations include: access to clinical services, flood resilience and capacity for future growth and expansion.All Current Business Cases
Burdekin Falls Dam is located south of Townsville on the Burdekin River. It is the largest dam in Queensland with a capacity of 1,860,000 megalitres. Water from the Burdekin Falls Dam supplies over 90,000 hectares of agriculture, groundwater recharge and aquifer management, supplementary urban water to the Townsville Local Government Area and coal mines in […]
The Toowoomba Hospital is operating at capacity in a number of areas and the hospital currently faces long emergency department waiting times and overcrowding. Forecast demand, driven by a growing and ageing population and high levels of chronic disease, is expected to place further pressure on the hospital.
Somerset Dam is one of several dams identified for an upgrade as part of Seqwater’s Dam Improvement Program. It is located on the Stanley River and was built between 1937 and 1959 to the engineering standards at that time. The dam now requires upgrading to comply with the provisions of the Australian National Committee for […]