Cyclotek Queensland, a subsidiary of Cyclotek (Aust) Pty Ltd, is pleased to announce the completion of all building and refurbishment work within building 39 of the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH). This is Cyclotek’s third medical cyclotron facility.
Building 39 had to be completely refurbished and significantly extended in order to accommodate the cyclotron and radiopharmaceutical clean-room laboratories. This challenging work was undertaken by Queensland company NPS Commercial. Cyclotek is extremely pleased with the outcome, and grateful to Mark & Allan Paterson, and the NPS team for bringing the project in on time and within budget. In particular, management of the building process and coordination of the multitude of contractors was ably managed by Alan Bacon of NPS.
Cyclotek facility manager, Robert Santamaria, was responsible for design and client-side project management. Rob had previously managed the build of the original Melbourne facility, New Zealand facility in Wellington, and is also managing the build of the second Melbourne facility. This is located at the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Center, and will be operational by mid-2016. Robert’s extensive experience, gained over the last 15 years, was instrumental to the success of what in the end is a quite unique building and commissioning project.
The facility has now been handed over to the commissioning and regulatory compliance team, who will be responsible for the TGA and Queensland Government licensing process.
On behalf of the Company, I would like to thank all the staff and contractors for their efforts in delivering Cyclotek’s new facility in Queensland.
Greg Santamaria – CEO
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