ADCO Turns First Sod at Liverpool Hospital Multi-Storey Carpark

The first sod was turned at the site of Liverpool Hospital’s future seven-storey multi-storey car park, for Health Infrastructure and South Western Sydney Local Health District.

ADCO is excited to get to work on the $50 million development in Sydney’s south west, which will stand alongside the planned $740 million Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct, which will be completed by 2026.

Our State Manager John Basilisco joined Health Minister Brad Hazzard and Member for Holsworthy Melanie Gibbons to break ground.

The new parking facility will offer an additional 500 car spaces, which will be required for Liverpool’s health facilities to adapt to the region’s fast-paced population growth, projected to double in the next decade. The car park will make use of solar panels to improve the hospital’s sustainability and will eventually connect with hospital buildings across Campbell Street via a ‘sky bridge’.

We are once again pleased to be working with Health Infrastructure, architect fitzpatrick+partners and project manager Johnstaff to bring this this important project to life in Sydney’s south west.