Miguel Servet University Hospital ranks among the most important hospitals in Spain. It features 1,345 beds, 28 operating rooms and 4,800 employees. It is a centre of excellence in research, especially in the field of glaucoma, which is carried out in the Ophthalmology department.
The Project involved the renovation and extension of the Trauma, Rehabilitation and Burns Centre. Works were carried out over a total surface of 50,000 m² (the renovated area was 23,170 m² and the extended area was 26,830 m²). The existing building had 13 levels, all of which were renovated and refurbished. With the extension of 6 floors, bed capacity augmented to reach 340 beds and 13 new operating rooms were constructed. Works were also performed on the new central utility plant CUP building of 6,000 m².
Main features of the project area:
- Project area: 50.000 m² (renovated area: 23.170 m² and extended area: 26.830 m²).
- 1.345 beds; bed capacity was increased by 340.
- 28 operating units, of which 13 were
- Emergency area.
- Diagnostic imaging unit.
- Oncology and Haematology Day Hospital.
- Traumatology, pulmonology and cardiology units.
- Inpatient area.
- Intensive Care Unit.
- Operating block.
- Sterilisation unit.
- Laundry room.
- Offices and workshops.
- Changing rooms.
- New central utility plant including transforming station (5,500 kVA), generating set (3,000 kVA), heating power (16,280 kW); cooling power (5,100 kW); 2 cogenerating sets of 1,295 kVA.