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Southwest Medical Healthcare City, Lu Zhou, China

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International Competition (1st prize)

Client   City Government, Lu Zhou
Location   Lu Zhou, China
Duration   2012
Function   Hospital (5000 beds), implementation in three stages;
  outpatient departments for 12000 patients/day, emergency
  centre, intensive care unit, coronary care unit, neonatal intensive
  care unit, surgery centre, medical centre, specialized hospitals
  (825,000 m² GFA); elderly care village (2000 beds) with medical
  service centre (247,000 m² GFA); staff housing for 12000
  employees with supporting facilities (500,000 m² GFA)
GFA   1,572,000 m²
Services
Architecture and Engineering   Architectural services:
  International Competition (1st prize)
Management Consultancy
and Operational Planning
  Operational and architectural
  development planning

Architecture. Engineering. Consulting. Worldwide

Our services are in demand all over the world. We have successfully operated abroad from our very beginnings 40 years ago. Nowadays projects outside Germany account for some 20 percent of our total contract volume.

 

Such success is only partly explained by our expertise and the wide range of services offered to our international clients from a single hand. Our work is characterised by respect for other cultures, knowledge of the specific circumstances and conditions prevailing at each site, a feeling for the country and mutual acceptance. Whether we are taking into account the principles of Feng Shui for a large high-tech clinic in China or are busy with the planning for the Royal Hashemite Court of the royal family in Amman.

 

The same principles also apply to our cooperation with partners and local subcontractors. One key factor is our multidisciplinary approach in the early stages of design, particularly when it comes to international projects. This allows us to pinpoint the tasks involved more precisely and so guarantee optimum results.

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