Thinc has been appointed to project manage the redevelopment of Christchurch Hospital, following the loss of 106 inpatient beds and extensive damage to 12,000 rooms in the February 2011 earthquake.
The multi-million redevelopment is the largest and most complex building project in the history of New Zealand’s public health service.
Set for completion by 2018, it will include additional operating theatres and inpatient beds, a helipad, an expanded intensive care unit, a new Emergency Department, Assessment Units, and Radiology Department, including services for children.
Commenting on the appointment, Brad Richardson, Managing Director of Thinc’s Health said:
“We are delighted to be supporting the New Zealand Government and Canterbury District Health Board to transform Christchurch’s health sector. The redevelopment will provide better health outcomes for generations to come and we are proud to be playing a small part in the city’s regrowth.”
To find out more, please contact Brad Richardson, Head of Thinc Health.