Reilly’s complete an abundance of hospital upgrades & refurbishments 

Over the last 18 months, the Reillys team have had a strong focus on public hospital builds and upgrades, going above and beyond to achieve an incredible number of installs.


From Greater Sydney to Regional NSW and Interstate, our teams worked tirelessly to install privacy tracks, shower tracks and/or blinds to several healthcare facilities across the country. We battled covid restrictions and border closures, supply issues and subsequent price increases but despite this, every job, every team member, proved to be resilient and dedicated.


A huge shout out to all involved!



A $632 million upgrade of Campbelltown Hospital and the redevelopment will bring world-class health care to the community. Architect: Billiard Lease | Builder: CPB


A new 14 story hospital Stage 1 tower, that will be one of the tallest hospital buildings in Australia – at more than 100 metres above sea level – with majestic views stretching to the Sydney CBD across to the Blue Mountains. Architect: BVN | Builder: CPB/MMX Projects



This state-of-the-art infrastructure will support new and innovative approaches to acute healthcare and provide staff with purpose-designed and built facilities that support contemporary clinical practice. Architect: BVN | Builder: Lendlease



A $22.9 million investment to deliver a new critical care unit and expand the emergency department. This project is underway with our scope due to be completed over 4 stages. Architect: HSPC | Builder: Zauner



A $341.2 million project that will increase the hospital’s inpatient and outpatient capacity and deliver Rusty Priest Centre for Rehabilitation and Aged Care. Architect: Jacobs | Builder: Roberts Co.



The NSW Government has invested $265 million on a new clinical services building and expanded Emergency Department which will provide a more integrated health experience for patients, carers, staff and visitors to Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital. Architect: STH | Builder: Watpac



The Kingaroy Hospital Redevelopment will see the new hospital having a greater capacity to ensure the local community has access to improved healthcare facilities in 2021/2022. Architect: Conrad Gargett| Builder: Broad Constructions



This redevelopment will create enhancements to the existing surgical and operating theatres in addition to new theatres, a new short stay surgical unit, orthopaedic and vascular unit, ambulatory care area and the expansion of community health. Architect: Conrad Gargett | Builder: CPB


With a combination of a new build and upgrade of the existing emergency department space, this redevelopment includes additional adult and paediatric treatment spaces, a dedicated waiting area, enhanced mental health care and additional resuscitation beds. Architect: STH | Builder: Hindmarsh


The new multi-storey, purpose-built facility linked to Wagga Wagga Base Hospital on the health campus is the centrepiece of the Redevelopment. Architect: Jacobs | Builder: CPB


Whilst some projects are complete, others are ongoing and we look forward to sharing more details with you as each job is complete. 


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