Turnkey handover to the hospital Ijsseland Capelle a/d Ijssel in the Netherlands
After construction work on the Ijsselland hospital began in September 2019, the turnkey handover of the modular operating theater department to the client took place on June 29, 2020.
The 2,016 m² new building consists of six state-of-the-art operating rooms, including an integrated wake-up area and building services system. It was connected to the existing building so that, if necessary, rapid medical treatment of the patient can be guaranteed. The new, highly installed OR department will continue to ensure excellent patient treatment at the Capelle Clinic in the future.
As part of the project, the modular design won the client's heart due to its clear advantages. In 2016, a conventional construction was originally considered, but the decision was then made in favour of the modular construction, which can be implemented much more quickly. Energy standards were implemented with solar collectors on the clinic roof just as easily as the high-quality facade design with glass elements and cassette facade. The experience of the Modular construction company Cadolto was, in addition to the rapid construction speed, a decisive factor in the decision to use modular construction.
Planning work began at Cadolto immediately after the order was placed. The total of 34 modules for the building were produced in the factory halls at the Cadolzburg location, regardless of the weather, and then transported by truck to the construction site near Rotterdam. Thanks to the high degree of prefabrication, a lot of time was saved during the construction process and due to the low level of construction site noise, the hospital operations could be continued smoothly.