This general hospital in Moscow was built in memory and at the service of World War II veterans. The turn-key project included the engineering, procurement, construction of the hospital, with the additional scope of supplying, installing and commissioning of highly advanced medical equipment package, worth 20 million USD. The contract for the hospital, owned by the Moscow Government, was signed with the foreign trade organization Vneshstroy-import in June 1988, and the project was completed in August 1991.
At the outset, ENKA revised the initial design proposed by the Russian architects, due to the requirements of modern construction methods and the latest medical technology. On completion, Muscovites were rewarded with a 1,000-bed hospital utilized by 31,000 in-patients and 10,000 out-patients annually. In addition to 64 intensive care unit beds, 14 operating theatres were built, two of which were devoted to emergency surgery, where 9,000 operations can be performed annually.
The total construction area was 102,000 sqm. In addition to the 18-storey main building, five ancillary buildings were in the project scope. Each building equipped with fully automated heating and ventilation system, fire-alarm and fire-fighting, security and medical gas systems. Certain premises, such as the operating theaters, were equipped with sterilized ventilation and air-conditioning systems.
1,000 Bed Hospital for the 2nd World War Veterans
- Medical Package Supply & Installation
Scope of Work
|Total Floor Area||102,450 m²|