Additional construction noise

WWHSR_-staged-works_labels_3_August-2020.pngImage: Wagga Wagga Health Service campus with construction hoarding and pedestrian access at the start of August 2020.

Monday 3 August 2020

Construction of the new Stage 3 building as part of the $431 million Wagga Wagga Health Service (WWHS) Redevelopment remains on track with work underway on the forecourt, car park and entry areas.

A temporary Main Entry to Wagga Wagga Base Hospital opened in May allowing demolition and construction works to start on the new Hospital main entry.

The construction work will involve concrete removal, the use of mechanical plant including excavators and concrete pumps, drilling and cutting, demolition, the erection of structural steel and the use of rattle guns for tightening bolts.

Murrumbidgee Local Health District Chief Executive Jill Ludford said “The work within the construction zone near the Hospital entrance and atrium area will be noisy but is being undertaken in a staged process to minimise disruptions to staff, visitors and patients.

“We thank-you for your understanding and apologise for the additional noise during this important project.” 

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