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Reconstruction of Food Technology Laboratories – Tomas Bata University
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Teplice Hospital – construction of operating rooms, Anaesthesiology and Resuscitation, ICU
We participated in two large-scale projects in the Teplice Hospital. In the first phase, we built a new pavilion on the hospital premises, which now houses the operating rooms, central sterilization services department, and a post-operative room. In the second phase, we placed a superstructure on the new building, in which patients will find the intensive care unit (ICU) and the Department of Anaesthesiology and Resuscitation.
The brand new pavilion with operating rooms and the central sterilization services of the Teplice Hospital is located near Pavilion F, where surgical wards are located. In the new pavilion, surgeons now have four modern operating rooms, central sterilization services for washing and preparation of surgical instruments, and a post-operative room with six hospital beds. It is connected to the neighboring pavilion F by a glass corridor for the transport of patients.
The monolithic reinforced concrete skeleton is rectangular. The perimeter cladding then consists mainly of a reinforced concrete structure supplemented by a lining of ceramic brick blocks and a contact thermal insulation system. The whole pavilion is minimalistic, and its appearance is subject to both the aesthetics of the rest of the complex and its function.
In the second phase, the new building was complemented with a superstructure, where the intensive care unit and the anaesthesiology and resuscitation department for a total of 17 patients were newly located on the 3rd floor. The individual rooms for patients are separated by glass partitions, so the whole ward looks very airy and, at the same time, provides excellent supervision of patients.
In addition to the new building, the surrounding areas were modified. Dozens of trees and hundreds of shrubs and perennials were planted. An emergency heliport was also created, and two new car parks were built. One is intended for visitors, the other exclusively for medical staff. Thanks to their separation, the transport around the new pavilion are made simplified and more transparent.Completed in the year 2019
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