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FCC to build Salamanca hospital

24/09/2007

FCC to build Salamanca hospital

  • The budget totals 166 million euro

The Castilla and Leon Regional Government's Health Department has awarded a consortium headed by FCC the 165.9 million euro contract to build the new hospital in Salamanca.

The 200,000 square-metre facility will have 912 beds. The entire site measure 68,000 square metres.

Most of the site coincides with the location of the current Clinic and Maternity & Children's Hospital, which will remain in operation for the 72-month duration of construction.  Construction will follow a detailed plan that involves moving the current facilities and demolishing the old buildings.

The project includes a central utility unit, car parks, central services, and outpatients and inpatients facilities.

The new hospital will be built on a continuous slab foundation and the facade will be vented. There will be gardens on the inverted flat roofs, and the outpatients block will have a large zinc-titanium roof wrapping a triangular structure.

As an additional bonus, the consortium offered two years' management of the hospital.

The successful consortium comprises FCC Construcción (40%), Pavimentos Asfálticos Salamanca (30%) and Tecnología de la Construcción (30%).