RRP International Hospital Planners Pte. Ltd.in consortium with management 4health GmbH , Gorski d.o.o. and ZDL Arhitekti, launches the Feasibility Study of the third phase of the KBC University Hospital project in Rijeka, funded by the European Investment Bank EIAH grant, for the consolidation of all KBCRi facilities onto the Susak site. The project started on 15 December 2020 with a kick-off meeting and will run for 12 months.
Under the TA contract, the consortium will elaborate a comprehensive feasibility study and capital investment plan for the third phase. The m4h-led consortium will first conduct a hospital services needs assessment. The resulting hospital model will allow to develop, in cooperation with KBCRi professionals, a comprehensive functional plan and detailed designs for the new KBCRi General Hospital.
Our two themes for the UIA-PHG 2021 Seminar are: 1) Health and Cities, and 2) Architecture for Health. Priority will be given to projects that address the health design implications resulting from/ associated with the Pandemic. These themes of UIA-PHG 2021 are consistent with those established for the UIA 2021 Congress: Diversity and Mixture; Changes and Emergencies; Vulnerabilities and Inequalities; Transience and Flows. We expect lively discussions around the social, technological, and environmental dimensions of these subjects.
Mr Henning Lensch, RRP International, is part of the scientific committee on the UIA Public Health Group.
RRPintl is supporting UIA PHG as Executive Member for AKG Germany, the association of healthcare architects in Germany.
Construction works in the KfW financed University Hospital Projects in Makassar, South Sulawesi Indonesia, started in October 2020 and progressing according to schedule with completion end of 2021.
The Project is about the completion of the construction and the procurement of medical equipment at the Hasanuddin University Hospital (UNHAS) in Makassar. The Project includes the procurement of telemedicine equipment and Human Resources Development. The purpose of the Project is the development of Hasanuddin University Hospital into a full comprehensive teaching hospital including the development of a centre of excellence. The objective of the Project is to contribute to the increase of medical staff capacity and in consequence to improve health care delivery services in Eastern Indonesia.