Gungahlin health centre gets Manteena named to build it

johnboy 28 April 2011 1
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Katy Gallagher brings word that Manteena has been given the nod to build the Gungahlin Community Health Centre.

“The centre will be an innovative new building constructed adjacent to the existing Child and Family Centre. It will focus on the specific health needs of the Gungahlin community and surrounding areas,” the Minister continued.

Manteena Chief Executive Officer, Simon Butt said that the company was proud to be associated with the project.

“For over 30 years Manteena has demonstrated a proud tradition of quality construction in the Canberra region,” said Mr Butt.

“We’ve been involved in a number of significant projects in Canberra including the new look entrance and Indigenous Galleries at the National Gallery of Australia and several new schools in West Belconnen and Kambah for the ACT Government – to name but a few.

“We look forward to continuing to work with ACT Government in safely delivering a high quality and extremely valuable facility for the community of Gungahlin,” Mr Butt added.

The new health centre will provide a range of health services for all ages, including counselling, screening, treatment, therapy, community support, education, and group programs.

Plans for the centre, and Belconnen and Tuggeranong versions are available

[Image courtesy ACT Health]

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One Response to Gungahlin health centre gets Manteena named to build it
Bluey Bluey 1:55 pm 28 Apr 11

Is this a health centre for ants!?! its need to be at least…. 4 times as big!

Great news for the Gungahlin community.

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