In mid March, we gained a contact for a modular extension of the orthopaedics section of the Mining Hospital in Karviná.
It is a three-storey building to be connected with an insertion block to the existing hospital sections. On the ground floor, there will be emergency and examination rooms, the second and third floors are allocated for wards. There is also a lift.
The progressive investor decided on such an implementation mainly due to the advantages of modular structures where, besides rapid assembly, there is a minimization of noise and dust during the construction operation. This was decisive, as, in case of traditional “wet construction”, this would interfere with usual hospital functions.
Another indisputable advantage of the modularity is the possibility of immediate functionality upon completion of the assembly. There is no need to wait until the building sets as one would in the case of wet construction. The speed of the modular construction concept enabled us to enter a commitment to hand over the building within six months of signing the contract.
We are convinced that this implementation of a modular hospital will be an example for other investors, including regional councils, etc., as was the first modular kindergarten in the Czech Republic, which we erected in 2009. Since that time we have realised more than 30 modular school buildings all over Czechia. Including projects abroad, this now amounts to nearly one hundred in total.
Show the visualisations of the modular hospital section.