With Australia’s fastest-growing population to care for, the Victorian Government is boosting efficiencies and innovation with the establishment of the Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority. From planning and asset services to design and delivery, the Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority manages a portfolio of over $23 billion in health and human services assets and nearly $4 billion in the pipeline over the next five years.
With over 2,500 buildings on 965 sites across the state, and over 100 projects currently in development, we’re engineering a fresh approach that is simple, scalable, standardised and sustainable.
In health, we’re planning and building new hospitals, aged care and mental health facilities right across the state, upgrading and renewing ambulance branches and replacing and upgrading medical equipment to world-class standards.
We’re investing in more public housing, so our most vulnerable Victorians have a safe and modern place to call home.
And we’re helping more of us stay healthy and active through increased access to upgraded community sporting facilities.
Importantly, we’re creating vibrant places for Victorians that are embedded into the urban fabric of the towns, suburbs and cities in which we live. We’re creating places that bolster investment, create uplift and support wellbeing, ensuring Victoria continues to be one of the most liveable places in the world, now and for generations to come.
Robert Fiske is leading the planning, management and delivery of major health, social housing and sport infrastructure in Victoria.
He joins us from 'across the ditch', where he was working for the New Zealand Government to rebuild Christchurch following the devastating earthquakes.
Robert has a wealth of leadership experience delivering infrastructure, from managing a $6 billion asset portfolio for BHP Billiton to overseeing asset management for clients including NSW and ACT Housing at Transfield.
He’s a proud family man and enjoys the challenges of being dad to four kids. Born and raised in Perth, Robert has a lifelong love affair with the Fremantle Dockers.