Fourth tower crane arrives on Frankston site
The fourth and final tower crane at the $1.1 billion Frankston Hospital redevelopment site is now in operation.
Construction to deliver the bigger and better hospital is progressing well. We have made significant progress on the site, including:
- earthworks completed
- in-ground basement services completed
- eight basement concrete slabs poured for the new clinical services tower
- five suspended concrete slabs poured for new multi-deck carpark
- construction of core structures underway (cores are major vertical structural elements, such as a staircase or lift shaft).
See how construction is progressing in this video.
Text on screen: The fourth and final tower crane has arrived on the Frankston Hospital redevelopment site
Images: aerial footage of construction being completed
Text on screen: With the daily workforce climbing towards 200 people, the new tower is starting to emerge from the ground.
Images: timelapse footage of construction being completed
Text on screen: Main works on your bigger, better Frankston Hospital are expected to be complete in late 2025.
Images: A white screen appears stating ‘in partnership with’ and the logos for Peninsula Health and Exemplar Health. A sliding transition screen then displays the Victorian Health Building Authority and Victoria State Government logos and the text ‘learn more at vhba.vic.gov.au’
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Last updated: 11 October 2023
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