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Christchurch Outpatients building will be five storeys high and will provide 10,500m2 of state-of-the-art facilities for outpatient and other clinical services.
Site works began in July 2016 on the St Andrew's Triangle, near the main entrance to Christchurch Hospital.
The foundation work continues with structural steel for the building framework due on site in early March. A tower crane has been installed to do the heavy lifting.
As with the cranes on the Acute Services site, this tower crane will “weathervane” – align with the wind direction – when not in use. Although the boom of the crane will swing over adjoining roads and part of the hospital site, the loads it lifts are controlled by computer to stay within the boundary of the construction site.
Christchurch Outpatients - installation of the tower crane from CDHB on Vimeo.
Project costs are $72 million.
The building will be five storeys tall and 10,500sqm in area.
It will provide outpatient and other clinical services including among others endocrinology, ophthalmology and dental.
Watch the progress on the Christchurch Outpatients from CDHB on Vimeo.
Watch the progress of the construction of the Christchurch Hospital Outpatient Services building. Webcam images are updated...
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