Bouygues wins contract to develop two buildings at Hautepierre Hospital in France

3 July 2014 (Last Updated July 3rd, 2014 18:30)

Bouygues Construction subsidiaries, Pertuy Construction and Norpac have secured a contract worth more than €80m to develop two buildings at Hautepierre Hospital in Strasbourg, France.

Bouygues Construction subsidiaries, Pertuy Construction and Norpac have secured a contract worth more than €80m to develop two buildings at Hautepierre Hospital in Strasbourg, France.

Designed by Ingerop and developed by Groupe 6, the project includes the construction of two buildings; one will be a regional cancer institute and the other a medico-technical and locomotor facility.

The buildings will be connected to each other and to an existing structure through underground passages and pedestrian bridges.

"The eight-storey regional cancer institute will house a radiotherapy unit equipped with…a 72-bed oncology and haematology day hospital."

With a surface area of 30,000m², the eight-storey regional cancer institute will house a radiotherapy unit equipped with seven bunkers for particle accelerators, a nuclear medicine unit, a 122-bed conventional hospital block, a 38-bed specialist hospital unit and a 72-bed oncology and haematology day hospital.

Additionally, it will have space for external consultants, as well as offices and service facilities to support the various units.

The 11-floor medico-technical and locomotor facility will be built on an area of around 41,000m².

This building will feature an arrivals area, logistical platform, a central sterilisation unit, a 164-seat lecture theatre equipped with conference rooms, an area for external consultations in disciplines not covered at the facility and an extension of the site's imaging unit.

In addition, the facility will have two surgical units with 15 and 17 theatres respectively, a 30-bed day-surgery hospital, a continuous monitoring unit with 16 beds, six conventional hospital units each with 28 beds and associated support services.

Construction work will be handled by Pertuy, including structural work, walls and covering, drywall, finishing work, roadways and infrastructural networks.

The project is scheduled to start in early July and is expected to take 42 months to complete.