Caboolture Hospital in Queensland needs a security BMS, ICT & communications technology, and a new fire control system, as part of an extensive redevelopment.

The Queensland Government has committed $A352.9 million to significantly expand and redevelop Caboolture Hospital, with a further $41.7 million committed to deliver a new multi-storey carpark.

Over the next 4 years, Caboolture Hospital will undergo a major expansion and redevelopment with a clear focus on building capacity and modernising health care services.

The security BMS, ICT and comms tender closes November 2 – you can find out more here.

Caboolture Hospital’s fire system tender requires contractors to undertake wet and dry fire isolations as required to execute the works, supply, install and periodic test of fire extinguishers; supply, install, relocate and remove any temporary detection, EWIS systems as required; and supply and install fire detectors, alarms/EWIS, sprinklers and VESDA.

This separate fire tender closes on September 4 – you can find out more here.