Repatriation Hospital Health Precinct

Engaged under various scopes, we played a significant role in the Reactivating the Repat project, returning the site to a thriving health precinct.

 These works were delivered as part of the South Australian Governments ‘Building What Matters’ program. The works comprised of:

• Major refurbishment and upgrades to the expanded Rehabilitation Building comprising of a 24 bed Brain Injury unit and a 24 bed Spinal Cord Injury facility.
• Works within the refurbished Veterans' Wellbeing Centre which will provide services and support for veterans and their families, adjacent the new town square.
• Upgrades to the historic Chapel, Remembrance Gardens, Museum and SPF Hall will ensure these important buildings will be protected and preserved for future generations.
• Power and lighting services to the new Town square community hub and open outdoor flexible space, including a new wheelchair sports stadium.

The extent of our role included the following key scope elements:
• Supply and Install of a 1.5MVA Transformer
• High Voltage Works from local sub-station to Site Electrical Infrastructure
• Low-Voltage reticulation across the entire site
• 200 kVA Diesel Generator Installation, Testing and Commissioning
• Telecommunication works including Optical Fibre and structured cabling
• Security, Access Control, CCTV, Duress (Mobile & Fixed)
• Nurse Call Systems
• Base Building Fit-Out & Design
• AV & MATV Systems
• Site-wide monitored Exit and Emergency System
• Switchboard supply and installation, including general power reticulation to essential and non-essential Distribution Boards
• Uninterruptible Power System
• Lighting Control System
• Roadway & Pedestrian Lighting
• Patient Area Body Protect installation (and certification to AS 3003)


Client: Lendlease Building
Contract Value: >$12.5 million
Project Duration:  18 Months
Our Role: Successful delivery and design of site electrical infrastructure and High Voltage works systems. Specialist lighting and power works within patient areas, wards, common areas.