Mudgee Hospital Redevelopment Planning
Client: Health Infrastructure NSW
Project value: AU$70.7 million


TSA was the project manager for the planning phase of the Mudgee Hospital Redevelopment. The redevelopment will replace ageing infrastructure and provide new facilities to support better value and integrated models of care, and the delivery of care as close to home as possible. The new facilities will assist the hospital in its role as a district level health service providing services to its local population and serving as the “hub” site for health service provision for the wider catchment area in the Mid-Western Regional LGA

As project manager for the Planning Phase TSA was involved in the development of the Functional Design Brief and the following phases:

  • Part 0 – Project Initiation – TSA developed the Project Management Plan, Risk Management Plan and Risk Register, Consultant Procurement Plan.
  • Part 1 – Master Planning – the development of the BIM Brief and management the development of the Change Management Strategy / Plan, the Communications Strategy / Plan and the Master Plan Options and Report.
  • Part 2 – Feasibility Development – development of the Functional Design Brief, management and development of the Concept Designs and the Concept Design Report. The initial development of the Change Management Strategy/Plan was undertaken in this phase along with the Final Business Case for Gateway Review.
  • Part 3 – Schematic Development – management of the project Schematic Design development, the Schematic Design Report as well as the State Significant Development Application (SSDA) submission to the Department of Planning and Environment (DoPE).

TSA was also engaged for Parts 4 – 6 of the Early Works Package, developing the procurement strategy, tender and contract documentation and undertook the appointment of the Enabling Works Contractor. In addition, we were involved in the complex stakeholder management of staff and consumers of the Mudgee Health Service, Western NSW Local Health District, other health partners, authorities and other external stakeholders.