Engineering Efficiencies in Health

TTW plays a crucial role in the health industry by ensuring the safety, functionality, and longevity of health facilities.

Many health facilities are operating with ageing infrastructure, which poses challenges, maintenance costs and risk. Our team can help you navigate the complexities of upgrading your next health project and offer innovation and smart engineering alongside modern and sustainable techniques and materials for an aesthetic and practical outcome.

65+ years of expertise in health

TTW is one of the largest independently owned engineering consultancies operating across Australia, Jakarta and Singapore. We’ve provided smart engineering solutions which help reduce disruption to patient care whilst achieving upgrade goals for large hospitals globally.


Proven excellence: our clients affirm our strong reputation and capability


Our clients can attest to our capability in offering the benefits of scale without losing the personal touch, agility and accountability that underpins quality. Our approach to your project is personalised and collaborative – we offer a full-scope consultancy which removes the requirements for sub-consultancy services.

Working with TTW

The development of hospitals and other health facilities poses a unique set of challenges and complexities, from concept to completion and beyond.

With decades of experience in health, we are able to bring considerable lessons learned to your project including:

  • A collaborative approach - we work closely with your project architect, health planner and other relevant stakeholders for the best outcome
  • We take a people-centered approach which ensures the well-being of patients and staff are at the heart of design
  • Efficient design to deliver more sustainable buildings and solutions for your needs
  • Innovative design solutions and adoption of emerging technologies.

Project Experience

University of Canberra Public Hospital

The University of Canberra Hospital provides capacity for 140 overnight beds, 75 day spaces for admitted patients as well as outpatient services. As a sub-acute facility, it focuses on rehabilitation for mental illness or those recovering from surgery, illness, or injury via gyms, hydrotherapy pool, kitchens, and rehabilitation courtyards.  

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The redevelopment entailed the expansion and internal works within several areas of the facility to provide further capacity for existing service offerings to the last stage of expansion. This included a new theatre complex for patients to utilise, oncology at the northern end of the building, as well as the addition of further parking to the site.  

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In 2019, the Swan Hill District Hospital identified that the current hospital was ageing and unsuitable for its current use. The development of a new emergency department was required to provide safe and sustainable delivery of clinical services to the people of Swan Hill. 

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New Maitland Hospital Development

The New Maitland Hospital will provide state-of-the-art facilities for local residents and the region.

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Canberra Hospital Expansion

A modern, purpose-built and state-of-the-art emergency, surgical and critical healthcare facility on the Canberra Hospital campus.

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Coffs Harbour Hospital Expansion

The expansion of Coffs Harbour Health Campus will ensure the demand of a growing population in the NSW Mid North Coast area. The redevelopment includes the expansion and enhancement of existing surgical services and operating theatres, a new short-stay surgical unit, an orthopedic and vascular unit as well as expanded ambulatory and community health services.

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Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital Redevelopment (Stage 2)

The ongoing redevelopment includes a refurbished and expanded Emergency Department and a new multi-storey Clinical Services Building, among other upgrades.

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Wyong Hospital Redevelopment

The redevelopment will deliver a range of improved and expanded infrastructure and services to the growing Wyong community and surrounding areas.

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Lismore Base Hospital

Stage 3 of the Lismore Hospital comprises a major redevelopment of the clinical services blocks as well as community health facilities for the major regional hospital. Due to a constrained and steeply sloping site, the works were staged with the critical Accident and Emergency and imaging areas constructed initially, following decanting of some existing services.

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St Vincents Private

Significant upgrades and enhanced capacity for a hospital that has responded to the health needs of the community for over 100 years.

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Centenary Hospital for Women and Children

Part of the Canberra Hospital campus, The Centenary Hospital for Women and Children is a purpose-built facility that brings together specialist services that include; Women's Health, Maternity, Neonatology, Paediatric, and Women, Youth & Child Nutrition.

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