Construction has started on the new Bloomfield Medical Centre with the arrival of a 50 metre crane.
The developers of the Bloomfield Medical Centre are pleased to announce another important milestone in the construction of the Bloomfield Medical Centre in Orange with the installation of a 50m Tower crane to help construct this landmark medical building.
Mr Garry Zauner, CEO of Zauner Construction Group: “This is a significant day for any project and particularly so for this exciting project as the biggest tower crane in Orange is now erected”.
“With the establishment of the Crane on site, the structural works to the six storey tower itself can now be commenced with the Medical Tower on track for opening in October 2019”.
James Richmark Director, Frank O’Halloran said ”we are pleased with the strong interest from the medical profession for occupancy in the medical centre”.
He added “we are also very pleased to see the fantastic progress being made by council on the Forest Road upgrades”.
The Bloomfield Medical Centre is being developed along the lines of the highly successful Gardens Medical Centre in Albury, however it is 25% larger and has many other advantages including over 1,000 car spaces located on site when the project is completed.
Progress has commenced on the next stage also with Architects in the process of finalising design plans for the 82 bed Medi-Motel, which will also include a 125 person conference facility.
Leasing interest in the Medical Centre continues to exceed expectations. All leasing enquiries should be directed to either David Hall or Nigel Staniforth at Benchmark Commercial Orange on Ph (02) 63625988.