Schneider Electric has secured an $11.5 million contract with the Child and Adolescent Health Service for a technology package at the Perth Children's Hospital.
Under the five-year contract, Schneider will be responsible for the provision of a technology package, which includes nurse call systems, security systems and a building management system.
Additionally, France-based Schneider will provide a power monitoring expert, data centre expert, and will run the hospital’s master clock.
The contract commenced last month.
In 2011, John Holland was appointed head contractor on the $1.2 billion development of the hospital’s construction, which then contracted Schneider Electric to carry out a portion of the works.
Schneider then contracted SAS Telecom to install fibre infrastructure at the hospital, which went into liquidation, citing an unfair $8 million contract with Schneider.