Maxton Fox worked closely with Multiplex and Hassell to deliver purpose built joinery and furniture during the 2010 redevelopment of the Auburn Hospital in Sydney.
Located in the western suburbs of Sydney, the redeveloped Auburn Hospital offers 24-hour emergency care, acute medical and surgical services, maternity services with comprehensive antenatal and postnatal services, paediatrics, allied health and outpatient services. The Community Hub provides secondary healthcare services including mental health, a general practice clinic, drug and alcohol support, a needle and syringe outreach program, diabetes education and community health.
The redevelopment comprised of two main wings with approximately 25,000 square metres of floor space and two central courtyards. The construction and redevelopment was undertaken by Multiplex in conjunction with Hassell Architects to provide state-of-the-art facilities to support contemporary models of care.
In addition to the construction and development of the new Auburn Hospital, Multiplex completed the fitout of facilities for the Community Hub services.
One of the largest health projects in NSW, the Auburn Hospital redevelopment received accolades as a start-of-the-art medical facility, including the NSW Master Builders Association Award for the Best Health Building project ($50million -$150million) in 2010.
Maxton Fox was contracted to deliver purpose built joinery and occasional furniture pieces across the entire building.
Specific items manufactured for this project included reception desks, medical side tables, cabinetry, washbasins, custom joinery and toilet partitions.