Early works are the construction activities such as demolition, road works and upgrades to services like gas, electricity and stormwater to help prepare the site for construction.

Package 1 of early works for the Liverpool Hospital redevelopment is being delivered by contractor, Roberts Pizzarotti. The works in this package includes:

  • upgrades to ground services such as gas, electricity, sewer and stormwater in Campbell Street, Goulburn Street, Forbes Street and Elizabeth Street
  • construction of new roads on the eastern side of the hospital campus
  • demolition of the former ambulance station at 43 Forbes Street
  • demolition of the Ron Dunbier building on Burnside Drive.

Works to prepare the site are continuing on campus and along surrounding streets, with stormwater, sewer and service upgrade activities scheduled to take place until late August 2020. This will include some night works until mid July. 

Temporary impacts on Campbell, Goulburn and Elizabeth Streets include:

  • street parking restrictions
  • pedestrian route changes due to footpath works
  • temporary relocation of pedestrian crossing on Goulburn Street.

Detours and traffic control will be in place to support pedestrian and vehicle traffic flow in the area while these important works progress. While there will be some disruptions across the hospital campus until project completion in 2026, we’ll aim to provide ample notice of works to help reduce the impact on patients, visitors and staff.

We appreciate your patience and remind you to:

  • follow directions from traffic controllers and site staff
  • walk only on marked paths and follow all road and site signage
  • check signs around your usual parking area for changes 
  • report any concerns or questions you have to the redevelopment team on (02) 8738 6670 or by emailing SWSLHD-LHAP@health.nsw.gov.au 

The next stage to commence in May 2020 is Early Works Package 2


icle and pedestrian accessise and vibration

Restricted access to the campus traffic bridge.

Please follow all signage and directions for your safety, and allow extra time in case of delays.