Architect: BVN Architects
With a $341 million commitment to the first stage of the Jacobs designed Concord Hospital redevelopment, the NSW Government will ensure the hospital is well equipped to manage community health.
Concord opened as a military hospital in 1941. It has a long history of working with veteran’s communities and this will continue with Stage 1’s delivery of Australia’s first National Centre for Veterans’ Healthcare. This Centre will provide a unique model of care that integrates a range of specialist services.
Clad in both Rieder Concrete Skin and Tempio porcelain tile cladding from DCA Façade both cladding materials were selected for there suitability and longevity in the Hospital environment.