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The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) is an advanced modern hospital dedicated to the prevention, detection and treatment of cancer.

The VCCC has close to 100,000 square metres of Gross Building Area (GFA) spread across two sites. The buildings house Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (relocation from East Melbourne Campus), Royal Melbourne Hospital cancer services and cancer research, Ludwig Institute of Cancer Research Limited’s Melbourne Branch and University of Melbourne Cancer Research services.

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The extension of the existing facility on the north site created difficult structural design and logistical challenges. Altus Group was intrinsically involved in the assessment of cost, time and potential delay risks associated with extending over the operational hospital.

The project was completed in mid-2016. It includes 60 inpatient beds, 110 same-day beds, eight operating theatres, two procedure rooms, eight radiation therapy bunkers, a clinical trials unit and overnight accommodation for country patients.

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