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    Brookfield Multiplex hospital project wins three Master Builders awards

    Brookfield Multiplex

    The $2 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital in Perth won Brookfield Multiplex three major honours at the recent 2014 Master Builders-Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards.

    Brookfield Multiplex won awards for Best Project, Best State Government Building and Best Healthcare Building (over $500 million).

    The Master Builders-Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards recognise projects that showcase quality construction in the areas of structure, external finishes, services, internal finishes and civil works, as well as time management, value for money, innovation, site management, form and function.

    Brookfield Multiplex’s entry Fiona Stanley Hospital will now progress to the national Master Builders Awards in Canberra on 21 November 2014.

    Brookfield Multiplex Regional Managing Director Chris Palandri said the company has won the top construction award, ‘Best Project’ eight times over the past 23 years, a track record that reflects their consistency in delivering projects exceeding industry standards.

    As Managing Contractor, Brookfield Multiplex was responsible for full project management, design, construction, testing, commissioning and transition support. Work began on the project in September 2009 and the hospital’s seven buildings and two decked car parks were completed by December 6, 2013, 17 days ahead of schedule and within budget.

    The largest design and construct project ever undertaken by Brookfield Multiplex, Fiona Stanley Hospital is also the Western Australian Government's biggest infrastructure project to date, supported by the Australian Government with a contribution of $255.7 million for the new State rehabilitation service.

    The Fiona Stanley Hospital’s 32-hectare precinct comprises of several buildings including Education, Pathology, Main Hospital, Mental Health, Administration, State Rehabilitation, Central Energy Plant, and two decked carparks.

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