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Warbud will build Children's Hospital in Poznań

Warbud will build and equip Greater Poland Children's Health Centre in Poznań First patients will be admitted to the new hospital in 2021. It will be one of the largest paediatric hospitals in Poland.

The contract concluded on October 17, 2018, was signed by Mr Marek Woźniak, Marshal of the Wielkopolska Region, Mrs Izabela Grzybowska, President of the company Szpitale Wielkopolski, and on behalf of Warbud by Mr Jerzy Werle, Chairman of the Management Board and Mr Wojciech Gerber, Board Member.

Children's Health Centre, designed by Industria Project from Gdańsk, will be built on a plot situated at ul. Wrzoska, in the neighbourhood of the Regional Hospital currently being built by Warbud – prof. Ludwik Bierkowski Independent Public Health Care Centre of the Ministry of Interior and Administration.

As part of the contract, Warbud will build a new facility offering 354 beds for children, nine units and a dozen specialist clinics. The scope of the contract also includes the supply of hospital equipment and a comprehensive development of the plot, construction of a car park with 425 spaces, internal roads, leisure areas and green spaces. As part of the investment, Warbud will renovate Wrzoska Street which is to be an access road to the hospital.

The building was spatially and functionally divided in two parts: bed units and a complex of diagnostic-emergency-treatment units called the "hot platform". Both blocks are connected in the central part of a common circulation space with the main staircase and a set of 4 elevators.

The bed section has been designed on the plan of the letter "H", with a narrow route that allows lighting of the patient rooms on both sides of the circulation routes.

In the part of the "hot platform" forming the heart of the hospital, there will be a Hospital Emergency Room on the ground floor, an image diagnostics unit and admissions rooms, and on the upper floors: specialist clinics, an operating theatre with an intensive care unit. On the top floor there will be hospital office rooms and a hotel section.

It is worth emphasizing that as early as at the offer stage the Client obliged Warbud to use BIM technology, both to develop a parametric, virtual model of the proposed hospital together with the accompanying land development, as well as to implement the project and then submit to the Client a coordinated as-built 7D model for the maintenance and operation stage.

The building in numbers:

  • Project duration: 30 months
  • Total area: 41 581 m²
  • Footprint of the building:  5 978 m²
  • Net area: 35 882 m²
  • Number of floors: 7 (1 underground floor + 6 above ground) and a technical storey on the roof built as a steel structure
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