The Lapino Perinatal Medical Center comprises 42,600 m2 and is situated on a 2.16 plot on the 1st Uspenskoye Highway, near Lapino Village, in the rural area of Nazarjevskoye in the Odintsovsky Municipal district of Moscow.
The Perinatal Center consists of three adjacent blocks, separated by expansion joints:
- Block A – the main medical center with a basement and five floors above ground, has a comb shape layout
- Block B – the main food preparation center with a basement and one above ground floor has a semicircular shape layout
- Block C – a spa and rehabilitation center with a basement and three floors above ground, has a semicircular shape layout
The hospital includes an in-patient ward with 87-beds and comprises:
- Obstetrics department: 50-beds, including a 37-beds physiology ward and a 13-bed pregnancy pathology ward
- Neonatal center: 17-beds including a 5-beds rehabilitation center for older children (1-3 years) and a 12-beds newborn pathology department
- Probationary ward: 10 beds
- Gynecology ward: 10 beds.
The hospital comprises a pediatric consultancy-diagnostic center, designed for 150 visits per shift; a consultancy diagnostic center for adults (with 1 day-stay in-patient section) designed for 250 visits per shift; a laboratory; a spa-center with a rehabilitation therapy area, a cosmetology department and a swimming pool.
Lapino Perinatal Medical Center Project
Scope of Work
|Gross Area||42,686 m²|
|Reinforcement Concrete||25,000 m³|
|Partition Walls||60,000 m²|
|Steel and Wooden Doors||2,100 ea|
|Aluminum and Ventilated Façade||21,500 m²|
|Ceramic Tiles||31,500 m²|
LocationLapino Village in Odintsoysky Region, Moscow, Russian Federation
- The basic and Stage P design of the Lapino Perinatal Medical Center had been elaborated as per the prevalent Russian norms and regulations for the medical institutions; whereas the Client requested to upgrade the hospital as an upscale facility to serve the upper class of Moscow population in a more secluded and quiet environment, incorporating the highest standards of mechanical and electrical amenities, as well as the luxurious finishing materials at the realization stage. Coping with the conflict between these upper level requirements and the initial design based on prevalent norms and making the required adaptations to this end was one of the main challenges to be encountered
- The project was finished and handed over to the Client and had been put into operation approximately six months ahead of the contractual Schedule, despite the delays and insufficient mode of work of Client’s third party subcontractors for medical equipment and furniture which was another challenge to be faced.
ENKA SCOPE OF SERVICES
The work undertaken by ENKA comprises all the design: – including all the basic design, Stage P design and all the working and detailed design – and all procurement, all civil, structural, architectural, MEP and medical construction and the installation and commissioning works.
The scope of the construction included all civil and structural works, facade, all architectural finishing works interior decoration of the main lobbies and spa areas mechanical and electrical engineering systems, medical gas system, all weak current systems, including CCTV, security and access control, nurse call, public announce, fire alarm, building management and control systems, hardscaping and site work.
SIGNIFICANT FEATURES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- A Perinatal Medical Center was designed as a modern hospital complex providing family-oriented alternatives to in-patient technologies for all stages of health rehabilitation. The client’s request for high standards for their elite clientele was satisfactorily met.