Lang Walker Medical Research Building

RCC has been awarded the design and construction (including integrated fit-out) of the Lang Walker Medical Research Building located within the Campbelltown Hospital Precinct. The four storey specialist facility is set to become a dynamic hub for researchers investigating the Macarthur region’s most pressing health conditions including Diabetes/ Obesity, Mental Health, Paediatrics and Adolescents, Indigenous Health and Addiction Medicine.

The project is being delivered with key stakeholder partners including Western Sydney University, Health Infrastructure, South Western Sydney Local Health District, Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, Walker Corporation and the University of New South Wales.

Key features include:
• Works within a live operational hospital campus
• All consultation, treatment and interview rooms boast a connection to the outside with many featuring expansive views across Marsden Park.
• Kiosk with retail facilities
• Bridge connections to adjacent buildings
• Naturally ventilated shared collaboration and circulation zone
• Multiple terraces and outdoor spaces
• Demolition of existing at-grade helicopter pad
• Site preparation and civil works.

Client: Western Sydney University
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: Campbelltown, NSW
Value: $51m
Completion date: June 2025

Cowra Hospital Redevelopment

In close collaboration with Heath Infrastructure and the Western NSW Local Health District, RCC will deliver improved infrastructure that meets the needs of residents in Cowra Shire, now, and into the future.

The new hospital will include upgraded inpatient beds, contemporary facilities and new health services, including the hospital’s first CT scanner. The project also includes demolition of the existing hospital and completion of car parking and landscaping.

Scope of works include: 

  • An emergency department 
  • A general medical and surgery inpatient ward 
  • A perioperative theatre 
  • A maternity unit with a dedicated nursery 
  • Ambulatory care (services for outpatients) 
  • Oral health (dental clinic) 
  • Renal dialysis (dialysis treatment for outpatients) 
  • Oncology (chemotherapy treatments) 
  • Community Health and Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol services 
  • Medical imaging department including a CT scanner and ultrasound 


Client: Health Infrastructure
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: Cowra, NSW
Value: $93m
Completion date: February 2026

St John of God Richmond Hospital Redevelopment

The redevelopment of St John of God Richmond Hospital will transform the hospital into a 21st century campus for the provision of comprehensive, accessible and life-changing mental health care.

The construction of 6 new buildings across four connected pavilions, contains 28 single occupancy rooms plus associated staff clinical areas with generous guest lounge areas and break-out spaces. The residential pavilions are connected to each other by intermediate lounge, kitchen and staff areas.

The proposed wellness centre sits separate from the other new buildings, adjacent to Xavier House in the location of the current tennis courts. The centre has been designed with a similar architectural form as the main buildings, The centre will include a large pool, gymnasium and multi-purpose rooms for yoga, massage and hairdressing.

Key Features

  • 4x connected residential pavilions
  • 112 private rooms (previously 88 beds in shared rooms)
  • Accommodation pavilions that are separate from treatment spaces to support clients to heal and recover
  • Wellness centre containing a gym, an indoor pool and other essential facilities supporting physical and mental health
  • Central garden pavilion
  • Preservation of the historic Belmont House.

Client: St John of God
Architect:Silver Thomas Hanley
Delivery Form: Construct Only
Location: Richmond, NSW
Value: $50m
Completion date: May 2024

Tamworth Ambulance Station

Tamworth Ambulance Station is the largest facility constructed in the RAIR 2 Ambulance Station rollout, servicing the greater region including areas as far as Tenterfield, Gunnedah and Glenn Innes. The facility accommodates 12 emergency vehicles and 50 ambulance personnel, and operates intensive care, bariatric and ambulance rescue units.

Client: Health Infrastructure
Architect: DJRD (Daryl Jackson Robin Dyke)
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: North Tamworth, NSW
Value: $6m
Completion date: March 2023


The Central Coast Clinical School and Research Institute (CCCSRI) occupies Building A of Gosford Hospital Health and Wellbeing Precinct, which was built and completed by RCC in June 2020. This state-of-the-art facility is a partnership facility between the University of Newcastle and the Central Coast Local Health District, providing numerous benefits to the community and surrounding region.

The fit out scope comprises 7,250m² net lettable area, spanning six storeys from level 6 to level 11, including installation of supplementary services. The adjacent Gosford Hospital campus remained in full and continuous operation throughout the course of works.

Client: University of Newcastle
Architect: Design Inc
Delivery Form: Construct Only
Location: Gosford, NSW
Value: $21m
Completion date: May 2021

Wyong Hospital Redevelopment

Construction of a new six-storey Clinical Services Building (CSB) including a new emergency department, increasing operating theatres, and ICU/HDU capacity, mental health expansion, additional inpatient beds for medical and acute services, clinical and non-clinical support services and parking.

Refurbishments works took place including alterations to CSSD packing area and decontamination area, works to theatre area including the construction of one additional theatre, 3 additional recovery bays and support spaces, reconfiguration of pharmacy, modifications to the existing emergency department short stay unit and refurbishment to maternity.

Client: Health Infrastructure
Architect: HDR
Delivery Form: DD&C
Location: Hamlyn Terrace, NSW
Value: $129m
Completion date: December 2021

Centenary Hospital Women Children (CHWC) Expansion Project

The CHWC Expansion Project involves the delivery of a set of new buildings and refurbishment components to the existing Building 11 (Centenary Hospital for Women and Children) at Canberra Hospital.

Designed to meet the growing health service demand from the Canberra community, the new facilities include an Adolescent Mental Health Day Stay & Adolescent Unit, Neonatology Support, Meeting Rooms & Clinical Administrator, Antenatal Inpatient Unit & Early Pregnancy Unit, Special Care Nursery & Neonatology Family Support, Maternity Assessment Unit & Gynaecology Procedure Room.

Client: ACT Health Directorate
Architect: Silver Thomas Hanley
Delivery Form: Design and Construction
Location: Canberra, ACT
Value: $31m
Completion date: August 2023

Gosford Hospital Health & Wellbeing Precinct

Delivered across three separate stages, these works comprised D&C delivery of a multi-level carpark, base build of a six-storey tower on top, and fit-out of the UoN Central Coast Clinical School and Research Institute (CCCSRI). RCC worked closely with Health Infrastructure NSW and the Central Coast Local Health District, also the University of Newcastle as our client for the fit-out portion of works.

  • Car Park: 803 spaces and drop off zone, situated on 11,748m² site with a 23% gradient
  • Tower A Base Build: A concrete structure, glazed curtain wall façade system, void within floor plate to accommodate future three-level staircase, and podium terrace extension.
  • CCCSRI Fit Out: Comprising 7,250m² net lettable area across six storeys from level 6 to level 11, including design coordination with Health Infrastructure and University of Newcastle, and installation of supplementary services.

Client: Health Infrastructure NSW and University of Newcastle
Architects: Fitzpatrick + Partners, and Design Inc
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: Gosford, NSW
Value: $79m (including $21m fitout)
Completion date: Stage 1 – December 2018, Stage 2 – June 2020, Stage 3 – June 2021

Inverell Hospital Redevelopment

Undertaken in a live hospital environment, Stage 1A comprised refurbishment of Inverell Hospital main entry and admissions area, emergency department, inpatient units, medical imaging spaces, operating theatres, central sterilising unit, day surgery unit, renal dialysis unit, and mortuary.

Stage 1B entailed decanting existing staff and patients into the new Stage 1A building, demolition, refurbishment and upgrade of existing facilities to become a multi-disciplinary Community Health Centre providing additional facilities for: Chronic Disease, Allied Health, Oral Health, Women’s & Children’s Health, Paediatric Services, Office and Education.

Client: Health Infrastructure
Architect: Conrad Gargett
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: Inverell, NSW
Value: $43m
Completion date:  April 2020

Armidale Hospital Redevelopment

D&C of four-storey hospital building including emergency department, four operating theatres, inpatient and perioperative units and central sterile services department. Demolition and refurbishment of existing three-storey wing including the provision of new intensive care and day surgery units.

Client: NSW Health Infrastructure
Architect: Building Studio
Delivery Form: Design and Construction
Location: Armidale, NSW
Value: $45m
Completion date: November 2018