Blacktown Hospital’s state-of-the-art acute services building has been awarded Health Project of the Year Award at the Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue’s Boomtown Property and Infrastructure Awards.
The world-class building is the centerpiece in stage two of the $700 million Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals Project.
“Patient experience has been at the forefront of every element of the design, including the emergency department of the future, cutting-edge operating rooms, intensive care unit with support for outdoor treatment, and light-filled birthing suites that will welcome nearly 4,000 babies every year”, reports The Pulse.
The building was named health project of the year by the Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue, a not-for-profit community initiative that aims to lead the national conversation about Greater Western Sydney.
Featured in the project is 8,700m2 of Fairview’s Vitradual, non-combustible solid aluminium cassette cladding system, in the colours snow white and enigma black.
Vitradual’s versatility is achieved due to the combination of high-quality considerations and industry leading components, and is an ideal product for application in Type A and B developments where non-combustible building materials are critical such as mixed-use developments, residential construction, and large-scale government infrastructure projects like hospitals.
Vitradual is available in a variety of width and length combinations, and an extensive range of colours to suit almost any project, with custom sizes also available on request.
We’re delighted with the outcome of the Blacktown Hospital project, and incredibly impressed with their recent award. Knowing that we’ve been able to assist in delivering such a significant investment to the health of Western Sydney, shows that Vitradual continues to deliver results.