From Tuesday 12 January to Sunday 7 February inclusive, urgent works on the new link road between Burnside Drive and Elizabeth Street require temporary redirection of access to various services. Help plan your trip by reviewing this information sheet.
Most services within the existing Thomas & Rachel Moore Education Centre will be relocated to the newly constructed education building on eastern campus from 15 December. Access to the facility will be via the pedestrian bridge connection to eastern campus.
Works will now commence on construction of the new $50 million multi-storey car park as part of the Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct project. A range of changes will be implemented to support these works.
From Tuesday 24 to Saturday 28 November, works to construct a new hospital road connecting Burnside Drive and Elizabeth Street will see temporary closure of Burnside Drive at the Hart Street roundabout. Alternate access to P3, Brain Injury Unit and Mental Health will be via Forbes Street entrance. Access to eastern campus will be via Scrivener Street.
From Monday 26 October to Thursday 19 November, works to construct a new hospital road connecting Burnside Drive and Elizabeth Street will see temporary closure of the eastern end of Elizabeth Street, impacting both pedestrian and vehicle access to Entrance E, F and G, specifically Renal Isolation Dialysis and Transit Lounge.
As we build the Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct, there will be changes on the hospital site and surrounding streets. Visitors to the hospital are asked to please allow extra time to find parking and make your way through the facility. We thank you for your patience throughout the early works stage of the project.
As part of early works, relocation of the Coregas oxygen vessel is required. The tank will be moved from its current location near the P2 car park to a new location near Entrance G of the hospital between 7am to 3pm Wednesday 17 June*. The procedure will be carried out and supervised by authorised technicians.
The health and safety of Liverpool Hospital patients, visitors and staff is a priority for the Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct redevelopment team. This fact sheet outlines how the LHAP team is managing asbestos during construction.
The health and safety of Liverpool Hospital patients, visitors and staff is a priority for the Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct redevelopment team. This information sheet outlines how the project team is managing dust, noise and vibration during the early works phase of the project.
The Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct project has progressed to the second stage of early works, with a range of construction and refurbishment activity being delivered by Multiplex. Completion of this stage is expected in early 2021.
Works to prepare the site are continuing on campus and along surrounding streets, with stormwater, sewer and service upgrade activities scheduled to take place until late August 2020. This will include some night works between now and mid July.
The hospital campus and surrounding streets will be impacted by a range of early works during 2020, delivered by Roberts Pizzarotti. Activity will include demolition, service upgrades and road realignment.