Local trades are encouraged to attend a drop-in information session on Wednesday 11 October to hear about opportunities to be part of the $110.2 million Cowra Hospital Redevelopment.

Health Infrastructure Executive Director Rural and Regional, Amanda Bock, said the information session will be led by the project team and building contractor Richard Crookes Constructions, where local trades can learn more about the project which will create jobs for the region.  

“Health Infrastructure is committed to helping create new training and job opportunities for the local community as we deliver a sustainable, modern, and purpose-built hospital for the local community,” Ms Bock said.  

“The redevelopment will provide a significant boost to the local economy and we’re looking forward to talking to local trades and businesses about opportunities to support the delivery of this significant project.

“It’s an ideal time for local tradespeople to meet the team and register their interest to potentially be part of this exciting project.” 

The drop-in information session will be held:
3.00pm-5.30pm, Wednesday 11 October 2023 
Ngulaway Room (adjacent to Cowra Regional Art Gallery), Darling Street

Richard Crookes Constructions has been engaged as the main works contractor following a competitive tender process to build the redevelopment. 

Health Infrastructure is delivering the project in partnership with the Western NSW Local Health District, with significant progress already made on site. The enabling works, including the demolition of buildings, were recently completed in preparation for construction of the new hospital. Design finalisation activities  are underway with construction of the new facility expected to commence soon after.  

For more information or to contact the project team please phone 9978 5432 or email HI-Cowra@health.nsw.gov.au