The NSW Government’s $122 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program currently includes 24 locations across the state that will benefit from a rebuilt or entirely new ambulance station. CWPM is proud to be selected as the Project Manager for the entire program, managing the design and construction of facilities in areas such as Bathurst, Berry, Coffs Harbour, Griffith, Pottsville and Yass.
The modern new stations are all purpose-built and designed with input from local paramedics; helping to better meet the emergency medical care needs of communities. The stations feature a range of new amenities and new parking bays for emergency ambulance vehicles (10 in Bathurst; 13 in Hamlyn Terrace and four in Wauchope).
CWPM has managed every aspect of the program, from design development, procurement, construction, commissioning, operational readiness and post occupancy support.