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PRESS // Galvin taps and valves specified for $2B Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

Several products from Galvin Engineering were specified and installed for the $2 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital in Western Australia.

A project executed by a team consisting of Silver Thomas Hanley, Hames Sharley and Hassel Sinclair Knight Mertz, construction on the new Fiona Stanley Hospital commenced in September 2009 for a planned opening in 2014. Brookfield Multiplex was appointed as the managing contractor for the Stage One phase for design and construction of the hospital in March 2009.

Considered Western Australia's flagship health facility, the $2 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital in Murdoch is the largest building infrastructure project ever undertaken by the State, and designed to be one of the best in Australia for clinical care, research and education. Spread over an area equivalent to four city blocks, the hospital covers 150,000sqm of floor space over five main buildings, has 6,300 rooms and 783 beds including 140 rehabilitation beds, more than five hectares of natural bushland, landscaped parks, internal gardens, courtyards and plazas, and 3,600 basement, ground level and multi-storey car parking bays.

Galvin Engineering products specified and installed at the Fiona Stanley Hospital include CliniMix thermostatic mixing valves in stainless steel cabinets, surgical lever tapware, laboratory tapware, Flowmatic electronic tapware, stainless steel ball valves, and floor drains and wastes. As published in Architecture and Design (online) Full Link:$2b-fiona-sta


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