Regional alcohol and other drug residential facility in Corio | video
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Alcohol and other drugs 16 February 2022

Regional alcohol and other drug residential facility in Corio | video

The Victorian Government has invested $52.1 million to deliver three new regional alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation facilities, including one in Corio.

Learn more about the Regional alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation services project via our dedicated project page.

Regional alcohol and other drug residential facility in Corio

Text: The Victorian Government has invested $52.1 million to deliver three new regional alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation facilities, including one in Corio

Images: Aerial footage taken from a drone in the early morning light. The drone flies over the factory where the modular units are built. The city skyline and Westgate Bridge are in the background.

Text: Built and installed as modular units, the facility includes 30 adult beds

Images: Drone footage shows the busy factory site – workers are on a roof of a module; some modules are steel frames, others are more fitted with walls and roof installed. Footage of close up of workers installing cables for services

Text: In modular construction, a building is constructed off-site, then delivered and installed on-site

Images: Sped-up footage of cranes lifting modules onto the back of trucks to be delivered to their locations

Text: Modules feature design and materials suitable for pre-fabrication and transportation to site

Images: and then arriving at their regional locations and being lifted by cranes off the back of trucks. Workers are seen in scissor lifts, directing the placement of modules and joining modular frames.

Text: The facility opens its doors in early 2022

Images: Aerial drone footage of the regional site with the modules in place, then photographic stills of the completed modules. The pods are fully fitted out and outdoor areas are landscaped. There is a large communal lounge and dining space with couches, tables and chairs.

Images: The closing slide is the Victorian Health Building Authority logo, the web address vhba.vic.gov.au and the Victoria State Government logo.

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Last updated: 16 February 2022