After five years and more than 600,000 hours on site, McMahon Services has wrapped up at lot 14.
Since November 2017, McMahon Services had been a constant presence at the site, delivering over $100 million worth of demolition and decommissioning services.
Delivering a total of nine contracts, – including Stage 1, Stage 2B, the Women’s Health, Allied Health and McEwin and Bice Buildings, Stage 3A, and the Boiler House Demolition, – McMahon Services has gained invaluable experience from the diverse scope and built long-lasting relationships with Renewal SA and other key stakeholders.
“Being part of such an iconic project for the last five years has been an exciting challenge for our team,” says EGM Chris Latham
“It’s been a privilege to deliver this marquee project with Renewal SA for the state.” We have undertaken a range of high-risk demolition works on this project, from 30m superstructures to underground tunnels, and unearthed archaeological subterranean structures that give insight into the history of the area.
“It is bittersweet that the project has come to an end, but we are proud of the work we have achieved in paving the way for a bright an innovative future and are looking forward to see how the site transforms in the coming years,” Chris said.
Lot Fourteen, once the site of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital, is now poised to become a global precinct for ideas and innovation attracting thousands of people would to work, study, and visit the transformed space.