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Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre building construction from start to finish (1:47)


Parkville's new rooftop set to become a new benchmark for Melbourne (2:01)


Special delivery: Seven-tonne MRI delivered through fifth floor window (1:39)



VCCC up in lights with new sky signs (0:57)



View the August 2015 time lapse video (2:30) to see how construction is progressing



Flythrough of The Loft cafe at the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (00:37)



Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Project - Bridge links over Grattan Street (2:54)

View the construction and installation of two pedestrian bridge links as part of the new $1 billion Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) Project in Parkville. The two bridges link the new 13-story south side facility to the expanded Royal Melbourne Hospital on the north side of Grattan Street (2014).




View the level 6 and 7 bridge link being lifted into place (1:13)

Two large cranes were used to lift a 37-metre long double-storey bridge into place on Saturday 12 December 2014. The large structure creates a walkway across Grattan Street to connect levels six and seven of the new facility (south side) with levels six and seven of the Royal Melbourne Hospital (north side).




View the first bridge link being lifted into place (2:21)

Two large mobile cranes were used to lift the 110 tonne bridge into place on Saturday 16 August 2014. The large structure creates a 47 metre long walkway across Grattan Street connecting Level 2 of the new facility (south side) and Level 2 of the Royal Melbourne Hospital (north side)




Constructing the VCCC Project facade (2:33)





View the latest time-lapse video (August 2014) to see how construction is progressing (4:18)





View the fly-through below to see how the VCCC will look (3:53mins.)





Time lapse video of the demolition of the former Royal Dental Hospital (FDH) building in Parkville, Victoria (completed in August 2010), in preparation for construction of the new Comprehensive Cancer Centre.

Construction began in 2011 and will be completed by the end of 2015.


 
Last updated : 23 June 2016
  • Peter Mac
  • Melbourne Health
  • The University of Melbourne
  • Plenary Health
  • Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Council
  • Australian Government
  • State Government Victoria