Kenshaw Electrical is thrilled to be partnering with NSW Public Works and Central Coast Local Health District, to deliver yet another Emergency Generators upgrade.
This critical infrastructure project will ensure the future of Emergency Backup power systems at Gosford Hospital is secured for now and well into the future. Built in 1945 Gosford Hospital located on the Central Coast of NSW, has a capacity of 484 beds, and the hospital’s emergency department is the third busiest in the state.
This follows Kenshaw’s recent successful generator upgrade projects at the John Hunter Hospital in 2018, and the Belmont Hospital and Westmead Children’s Hospital in 2019.
Adam Malcolm, General Manager of Kenshaw, said, ‘This announcement is the culmination of years of unwavering focus by the Kenshaw team and building on our reputation as a leader in critical health electrical projects.
‘I welcome the opportunity to work with the team form CCLHD and NSW Public works, to deliver this critical health infrastructure project. As a medium size business, our focus is on delivering a high-quality outcomes long after the project is complete and creating local jobs.’
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