Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre
Architect: DesignInc, Silver Thomas Hanley Joint Venture with McBride Charles Ryan
North | N10
The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) is a unique and ambitious endeavour.
This new facility, delivered as a public private partnership between the Victorian Government and the Plenary Health consortium, has been designed to be a landmark Melbourne site, in a renowned biomedical precinct.
The facility is purpose built for cancer research, treatment and care and will be the new home for Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
The VCCC will provide new cancer research and clinical services for Melbourne Health (including The Royal Melbourne Hospital), cancer research facilities for The University of Melbourne, and new education facilities for all building partners.
In addition to the new facilities, nine world-leading organisations have come together to form the VCCC Alliance - to share knowledge and resources and drive the next generation of cancer research, education, treatment and care.
This new facility will provide a collaborative work environment for world-leading research, education and clinical activities, providing the best possible outcomes for people affected by cancer.
Need to Know
Open: Booking required for this building (see below)
Special Note: Please Note: There is no access to toilets on site and no cloak room facilities. Access includes multiple flights of stairs and only suitable for able bodied people. Clothing requirements include encolsed flat shoes (no heels) and full length clothing.
Frequency Of Tours: Guided tours of the building are Pre-Booked Only and are currently booked out.
Building Type: Educational
Year Built: Due for completion 2016
Tram Stops: Stop 10: Royal Melbourne Hospital on route 19
Corner of Flemington and Grattan St , Parkville VIC 2052