SENER contributes to the drafting of the preliminary design of the new Malaga hospital05/08/2021
On August 3, the Andalusian Regional Government presented at an official event the preliminary design of the new hospital in Malaga, drawn up by the consortium formed by AIDHOS, Estudio Lamela, SENER and ARCS.
The joint venture formed by the engineering firms SENER and ARCS, the architectural firm Carlos Lamela and the architecture firm Aidhos, which specializes in hospital architecture, was awarded the contract for the drafting of the preliminary project for the new hospital at the beginning of the year for almost one million euros. The proposal received the best technical evaluation of the 12 that were submitted to the tender called by the Andalusian Health Service (SAS).
The new Malaga Hospital will be the new reference healthcare center in Malaga for acute patients with a high level of specialization and sophisticated healthcare technologies.
Conceived as a bioclimatic, efficient and highly technological building, it will serve the population of Malaga for decades to come. It has been designed with the flexibility to adapt easily to the rapid changes in medical technology and to respond to a new medicine, much more personalized than the current one. It will also be accompanied by a total digitalization of the hospital, with a robust development of information and communication technologies.
The new complex, located next to the Civil Hospital, will involve an investment of 375 million euros and will have a total built area of 270,300 square meters (197,600 dedicated to the hospital building itself and 73,600 to the parking lot and the loading and unloading dock).
It will be divided into four towers with 15 floors, 12 above ground and three basements. The hospitalization area, which occupies eight complete floors, will have an area with 27 hospitalization units, 810 rooms and a day hospital with 108 stations, as well as four ICU units with 66 boxes, 42 operating rooms, 48 major outpatient surgery stations, 189 outpatient consultation rooms, 31 special examination rooms and a teaching and research area.