Case Study

Queensland Children's Hospital

Queensland Children’s Hospital is responsible for caring for the sickest and most critically injured children across the state. Facilities management of the 359-bed precinct in South Brisbane is complex, comprising internal staff, outsourced contractors and external building services managers.

The healthcare provider sought a solution that would centralise key engineering and architectural drawings, and allow key stakeholders to access them and work collaboratively, to ensure the hospital runs at optimal efficiency at all times.

Download this case study to learn how:

  • Queensland Children’s Health improved certainty of the data that is now used to plan and execute safe maintenance work

  • Key data and drawings are now managed in a compliant way, with enhanced version control and auditing capabilities

  • RedEye is helping key stakeholders to respond more quickly to any issues that may impact the provision of patient care

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