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Who is SAHP?
When did construction commence and when will the hospital open?
What is a PPP?
How much is the hospital costing?
Who is the Managing Contractor?
How many people will be employed during construction?
How can my organisation get involved in the project?
How can I receive updates about the project?
Increased activity on-site leads to increased traffic. Has HYLC put in place measures to counter traffic congestion that comes with increased heavy machinery going on off-site?
How can I make an enquiry?
What is the out of hours contact?
How can I watch the construction of the new RAH?
How often does the webcam refresh?

 



 

Who is SAHP?
SA Health Partnership (SAHP), comprising six significant equity investors in the project, is responsible for delivering the project for the State Government of South Australia. 
SA Health Partnership has contracted Hansen Yuncken and Leighton Contractors to design and deliver the project, under a joint venture (HYLC) and a subcontract with Spotless Services for the Facility Maintenance, and HP for ICT Services.

 

 

When did construction commence and when will the hospital open?
Construction commenced in 2011 and will be complete in 2016

 

 

What is a PPP?
PPP stands for Public Private Partnership. A PPP is a contracting mechanism in which a Government initiated project is funded, constructed and maintained by private sector companies in partnership with the public sector agency. 
Public Private Partnerships have been pivotal in the development of social and economic infrastructure in Australia delivering value for money and improved efficiencies over the life of the many different assets.
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How much is the hospital costing?
The design and construction of the new RAH is $1.85 billion.

 

 

Who is the Managing Contractor?
HYLC is a Joint Venture comprising Hansen Yuncken and Leighton Contractors.
The Joint Venture brings together the capacity, expertise and local and national reputation of both organisations to manage the design and construction of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital.

 

 

How many people will be employed during construction?
At peak, there were more than 2,200 people working on the site each day. This number will slowly decrease as the project nears completion.

 

 

How can my organisation get involved in the project?
The tendering process for the construction has now completed.

 

 

How can I receive updates about the project?
Please email us on community@hylcjv.com.au if you wish to receive information about the project.

 

 

Increased activity on-site leads to increased traffic. Has HYLC put in place measures to counter traffic congestion that comes with increased heavy machinery going on and off-site?
We are mindful of the impact increased activity on and around the site has on the local community. Measures have been put in place to minimise disruptions, especially around peak travel periods, and every effort will be made to stagger deliveries to minimise traffic disruptions.

 

 

How can I make an enquiry?
If you have an enquiry about the construction works, please email us at community@hylcjv.com.au

 

 

What is the out of hours contact?
Please contact HYLC security on 0438 548 605.

 

 

How can I watch the construction of the new RAH?
You can watch the construction live on the project webcam - click HERE

 

 

How often does the webcam refresh?
The webcam image updates every 15 minutes.