Construction is now complete on Sydney Adventist Hospital’s (SAN) $35 million upgrade to deliver a new clinic.
Construction company ADCO has completed the design and construction project located in Wahroonga, on Sydney’s North Shore across the existing SAN Hospital.
The project involved building a new precinct with 6500 square metres of office and retail space in addition to 150 underground car parking spaces.
Works began on the medical building in August 2017 and have delivered 59 new rooms spread over three blocks, interconnected by a central glass atrium with lifts, large curtain walls and elevated walkways.
Architect Martin & Ollman worked closely with ADCO to design the project.
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ADCO’s NSW State Manager John Basilisco stated the importance of the project for the SAN precinct and the local community.
“The SAN Parkway Clinic underlines ADCO’s robust experience in the Australian health sector,” he said.
“Our Client, the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, runs the SAN Hospital which is the largest employer in the Hornsby area.
“The development will provide much-needed space for medical professionals using the hospital.”