University Hospital, Gold Coast, QLD
This $1.76 billion project, due for completion in 2013, will deliver a brand new 750-bed hospital and health services for residents on the Gold Coast.
The new Gold Coast University Hospital is the largest public health infrastructure project currently underway in Australia.
The $1.76 billion project, due for completion in 2013, will deliver a brand new 750-bed hospital and health services for residents on the Gold Coast.
Located on the corner of Parklands Drive and Olsen Avenue, Southport, the hospital will also be one of Queensland’s largest clinical teaching and research facilities, providing specialised health services that meet the needs of patients and the learning requirements of students.
Following some outstanding work from the Eagle Lighting Australia team in Brisbane, ELA was able to secure an order for this multi-million dollar health project in Queensland. Our manufacturing facility will be working hard in the coming months to supply an assortment of Cleanroom, Flexitroffer, Multifive, and Indigo luminaires onto this project.
ELA’s Cleanroom luminaire was selected based on a number of attributes including its strength of design and versatility. Cleanrooms IP rating and high LOR were an instrumental factor in ensuring cost-savings over the entire lifecycle.