Those who build using modules build faster and more efficiently.
This is what Cadolto demonstrated when it built Fürth Hospital’s new women’s clinic. It took a mere 180 days to construct from the basement to the top floor and from the moment the ground was broken to the moment the key was handed over. That’s modular efficiency – times 133. That is actually how many modules were constructed for the new building, providing a total of 7,250 m² of usable floor space when the fully finished building was handed over – including a conventionally built basement.
Between the paediatric clinic and the administrative building, on four storeys, there is now the gynaecology department, the delivery clinic, the psychiatric day care unit for children and young people as well as the pain therapy day care unit. The individual room-by-room design is orientated strictly toward the workflows in a women’s clinic: the focus is deliberately on its female patients.