Redevelopment & Capital Works

February 2020

CP4 (northern entry) reopens to vehicles

6/2/20

 

The entry to Car Park 4 (CP4) on the University Clinics Road at Westmead Hospital has reopened as scheduled, today Thursday 6 February.

This applies to vehicles only (the return of pedestrian access will be advised shortly).

Important works completed have included:

  • The road being raised an average of 300-400mm from the existing levels and up to 700mm.

  • A new retaining wall (structural) within CP4 to support the additional road levels being raised.

  • Service crossings underneath the roadway (electrical, water main and stormwater). This deep excavation was not possible without full closure of the driveway.


The University Clinics remain open (accessible from within Westmead Hospital). The Uni Clinics glass-front entrance and full loop road will reopen later this month.

Please continue to follow directions and signage. Thank you for your understanding during this important work.

 

Contact for more information 

Westmead Redevelopment

1800 990 296

WSLHD-WestmeadProject@health.nsw.gov.au

Submitted by Paul Roberts

People's Choice photography voting

6/2/20

Who will you vote for in the Westmead Redevelopment Photography Competition?

With hundreds of entries flooding in, the People’s Choice Award has been extended to 5.00pm this Sunday 9 February.

Here's how to vote:

  • Visit the exhibition in the post office corridor of Westmead Hospital and either vote by clicking on the QR-code from your mobile phone or by filling out a voting card at the exhibition and submitting it in the entry boxes

  • Or vote online here.​

Once the winners (top three plus The People's Choice Award) are announced at a special presentation at Westmead Connectivity Centre on 13 February, all 26 photos will be transported to their new home – spaces in Westmead's new Central Acute Services Building (CASB).

Contact for more information

​Paul Roberts
0418 834 538

Paul.Roberts1@health.nsw.gov.au

Submitted by Paul Roberts

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