PSCUH – Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital Redevelopment – Riga - Project Profile
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Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital (PSCUH) is undertaking the redevelopment of a hospital in Riga, Latvia.
The project involves demolition of existing structures and construction of a 60,000m2 hospital comprising of five interlinking blocks. The project will be developed in phases.
The first phase of the project will include construction of a new building comprising 160beds on 30,438m2. The rest will be developed in remaining phases, based on the funds granted.
The new building will include construction of the emergency medical center, operating rooms, sterilization center, radiology center, staff changing rooms in the basement; outpatient services center, radiological and laboratory test centers in first floor; cafe, conference halls, public facilities, hemodialysis, obstetrics and gynecology department in upper ground floor; intensive care units, therapeutic departments, endoscopy department, inpatient wards in second floor; single and double chambers for patients, doctors and nursing items in third and fourth floors and a helipad on the roof.
The project will additionally include construction of underground tunnel connecting the old hospital and installation elevators, safety and security systems.
JKMM Architects, House Architect (Latvia), Oliver (Israel) were appointed as preliminary design architects, Solve Consulting Managementberatung and Ebner Hohenauer HC as consultant engineers, Sarma & Norde is the local Architect.
In fourth quarter of2008, the project plans were revealed. Later in March 2009, public consultation was held.
On October 28, 2010, Skonto commenced demolition works on the project.
On January 31, 2012, the Riga City Construction Board (RCCB) approved the construction plans. PSCUH commenced tendering for first phase construction and technical design.
On February 19, 2013, PSCUH signed a contract with SBRE a consortium formed by Skonto Buve Ltd. and RE & RE, for design, supervision, construction, built-in equipment delivery, installation and maintenance for first phase of the project.
On May 13, 2013, site preparatory works commenced and later, in September 2013, building permits were issued.
In first quarter of 2014, minor corrections to the design were done by SBRE and on June, 15, 2014 construction commenced.
In February 2015, The Riga Construction Board has issued an order to halt the construction works due to various flaws in the structure. In March 2015, additional US$20 million in funds were allocated from State budget.
In September 2015, construction works resumed at full pace. In January 2016, topping out ceremony was held for the first phase of the project.
Construction works are underway on the first phase, which is scheduled for completion in March 2019.
Construction works on block are completed and construction works on underground tunnel are underway, which are scheduled to complete by March 2018.
Construction works on second phase is scheduled to commence in April 2019 and expected to complete in 2023.
The project involves demolition of existing structure and construction of a 60,000m2 hospital comprising of five interlinking blocks in Riga, Latvia.
The US$140 million project will include the following:
1. Construction of emergency medical center
2. Construction of sterilization center
3. Construction of radiology center
4. Construction of operating rooms
5. Construction of staff changing rooms
6. Construction of cafe
7. Construction of conference halls
8. Construction of public facilities
9. Construction of intensive care units
10. Construction of inpatient and outpatient wards
11. Construction of single and double room chambers
12. Construction of a helipad
13. Construction of an underground tunnel
14. Installation of elevators
15. Installation of safety and security systems.Reasons To Buy
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