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    Hospital Complex, Segovia

    Construction of a new building for hospitalization, surgery unit, intensive care unit, lobbies, morgue and maintenance workshops. The existing building has been remodelled to accommodate laboratories, an administration room, cafeteria, rehabilitation, file room, emergency room, sterilization unit, outpatient clinic area, maternity ward, kitchen, paediatrics room and neurology, plus the development of the hospital entrance area.   

    The complex is mainly made up of three inter-related buildings:

    • The existing Main Building, which is L-shaped, with an internal cylindrical section.
    • The Outpatient Clinic Building.
    • This newly constructed building, to the southeast, runs parallel to one of the wings of the existing main building. This new building is connected to the Main Building through an intermediate structure.

    The project was carried out in phases, since the construction happened with the hospital in full operation.

    General Information

    Location
    Segovia, Spain
    Contract type
    Construction
    Infrastructure
    The hospital has a constructed area of 175,896.50 m2. It is equipped with 376 beds over 8 floors
    Year of project completion
    2004

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