|

Hospital works

Joining in: Steve McIntosh of Davis Langdon construction consultants and Lauren Holloway and Barry Adams of Vincent Chrisp Architects share in an end-of-year barbecue lunch on the Leongatha Memorial Hospital construction site.

WORKERS constructing the new Leongatha Memorial Hospital ended a busy year on Thursday with a festive season barbecue.

Gippsland Southern Health Service CEO, Gary Templeton and board president, David Harvey attended, together with representatives of companies involved in the project.

These included Steve McIntosh, project manager with construction consultants Davis Langdon and Barry Adams and Lauren Holloway of Vincent Chrisp Architects.

Both Mr Adams and Mr McIntosh said they were pleased with the way the new hospital is progressing. So is Mr Templeton. He is particularly proud of the new chemotherapy area which will provide much more space than the current facility and will look out, through a floor-to-ceiling bay window, onto an open garden area.

 

Short URL: http://thestar.com.au/?p=5906

Posted by on Dec 27 2012. Filed under Community, Featured. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Recently Commented

  • gatha4: Thankyou to The Star for your interest in and support for Aaron and his family. Trista’s Kitchen is...
  • gigamax1: Truth is,most of these jobs will be taken by overseas labour,just like the other horticulture in this and...
  • gigamax1: These shops are just a bad investment,admittedly made no better by the bypass, but even if the bypass came...
  • vbresident: I applaud Cr. Jim Fawcett on his work-related ethics, which are reminiscent of past Councils. I can...
  • reality: After the board meeting where the Department of Health Secretary was again there to discuss some of the...