The crane is in place, the first parts of the new building are starting to rise above the hoardings and now a new artist impression has been released for stage three of the Wagga Base Hospital redevelopment.
The latest impression of the new ambulatory care building, which is being constructed as part of stage three of the $431 million Wagga Base Hospital will be on display at an information session next week.
The drop-in session for community and staff members will be held from 10am to 4pm on Tuesday, August 13, in the Wagga Base Hospital foyer.
Members of the redevelopment project team will be on hand to give updates on the progress of the new building.
Construction of the building adjoining Wagga Base Hospital began early this year, with CPB Contractors Pty Ltd awarded the contract at the end of 2018.
Work to date on the stage three construction site includes the completion of foundations; excavation of basement area; installation of in ground infrastructure including hydraulic, electrical and communications services; commencement of stairwells and lift core; and the pouring of concrete for columns and ground floor slab.
Construction is due for completion late 2020.
The NSW government has also committed $30 million for a new car park for the Wagga Base Hospital.
Construction of this multi-storey car park will start following the completion of thehospital redevelopment in 2021.