Multiplex is a premier, global construction company which has developed a strong reputation for construction in the health sector. With recent projects in NSW including the $900 million Westmead Redevelopment, the St George Hospital Redevelopment in Kogarah, the South East Regional Hospital in Bega and the Byron Central Hospital, this will be the sixth hospital Multiplex has delivered for the NSW Government in recent years. 

The Multiplex site team is based at East Maitland and all staff are local residents.

local Employment & opportunities

As the new Maitland Hospital project progresses, Multiplex intends to recruit staff and labour locally by partnering with institutions such as TAFE NSW, University of Newcastle, local training companies and through the Multiplex Connectivity Centre. Multiplex will also be engaging the local Indigenous community to provide support through employment, traineeship and apprenticeship opportunities.

Multiplex Connectivity Centre

The Maitland Connectivity Centre will be established in 2019 and will be a hub for collaboration and support, matching job seekers with providers, and creating genuine opportunities for the Maitland region community. It will be a centralised place for people to come together to find local labour and training opportunities. It will also be a general purpose facility for community members to use with meeting rooms and a kitchenette. Multiplex Connectivity Centres leave a legacy in the community. 

Green Hills Connectivity Centre Celebration Event from Multiplex on Vimeo.


Staying connected with the community

Multiplex is dedicated to creating a positive impact in the communities where they work. Key initiatives on the new Maitland Hospital project include:
  • Establish and maintain Connectivity Centre
  • Engagement with local Indigenous community
  • Interaction with local Chambers of Commerce 
  • Interaction with local schools
  • Partnership with Industry Capability Network (ICN) to encourage local subcontractor engagement and participation
  • Meet and greet days at local shopping centres.