Roma Hospital Redevelopment (Separable Portion 1)


McDowall Street, Roma, Queensland


Darling Downs South West


Circa $12.5 million


Completed - December, 2020

NRG Services were engaged by BESIX Watpac, to carry out the electrical works associated with the $84million redevelopment of the Roma Hospital. The redeveloped Roma Hospital is a key part of the South West Hospital and Health Service’s vision to be a respected leader and partner organisation to improve and maintain the health and well-being of patients and staff in their community.

The hospital includes 18 single patient beds, including palliative care and mental health care, 2 x two bed patient rooms and two birth suites.

The ground floor area includes large shaded entrance, emergency department, medical imaging department, rehabilitation gym, café, allied health treatment areas, pharmacy and separate area for kitchen and laundry, stores and maintenance services; while the first floor of the building comprises two operating theatres, as well as education and training services and administration and staff facilities.

Responsible for the delivery and management of all electrical related services, NRG Services works included the installation of:

  • Electrical systems
  • Emergency generation system
  • Uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS)
  • Earthing and lightning protection system
  • Lighting, power, and related control system
  • Diesel fuel reticulation system
  • Power monitoring and energy management systems
  • Data and communications
  • Underground reticulation systems
  • Exit and emergency lighting
  • Sub-distribution boards and main switchboards (MSB)
  • Mains and sub-main cabling systems
  • Security and nurse call systems
  • Body protect electrical systems
  • Cardiac protect electrical systems
  • Fire penetrations and certifications
  • EMF shielding
  • In-slab conduits and floor boxes
  • Master clock systems
  • MATV Systems
  • Hearing augmentation systems