Stage two of the redevelopment of Dunedin Hospital’s critical care unit appears to be progressing with few of the dramas of stage one.
New Zealand’s largest architectural firm, Warren and Mahoney, is to design the new Dunedin Hospital, assisted by American and Dunedin firms.
Debate on the size of the new Dunedin Hospital and the services it will offer reaches a decision point today, when planners will affirm or alter the project’s master site plan.
The Government has committed to funding for a new Dunedin hospital, but finding the people to build it is proving more difficult.
The new design for Dunedin’s hospital will be revealed before Christmas, after being reviewed again after a budget blowout.
About 70 members of the public had their concerns and queries about the Dunedin Hospital rebuild addressed at a forum in Dunedin last night.
The third and final article by Pete Hodgson, chairman of the Southern Partnership Group, which is overseeing the construction of the new Dunedin hospital, outlines what is happening now with the development.
Pete Hodgson, chairman of the Southern Partnership Group overseeing the construction of the new hospital, answers 10 commonly asked questions.
Those planning the new Dunedin Hospital need to also start planning where its 2500 art works, sculptures and other installations will go, Barbara Brinsley, who has helped develop the collection, says.
The overall shape of the new Dunedin hospital is taking shape. In the first of three articles by Pete Hodgson, chairman of the Southern Partnership Group which is overseeing the construction...
As work continues to get ready for demolition of the former Cadbury Factory in Dunedin, potential demolition contract tenderers are being shown through the old factory.
Keeping the oncology department separate from the new Dunedin Hospital, as intended by planners, will mean 1400 ambulance trips a year between the two buildings, a cancer clinician estimates.
Drivers in Castle St may be forgiven for thinking the new Dunedin Hospital has already been built, albeit in a much smaller format than expected.
Spending on the new Dunedin Hospital has reached $37.1 million, well before builders turn up on the construction site.
The group planning the new Dunedin Hospital has been working on the design of the outpatients block and how the building will be served by a planned new energy centre.
Pete Hodgson, in the final part of a four-part series, looks at the impact a new hospital will have on the city.
What happens next? Pete Hodgson, in the third part of a four-part series, looks at the process behind the rebuild.