SLK Medical Center "Am Gesundbrunnen" - Renovation / Modernization and Annex

We planned and completed the annex of the Heilbronn SLK Medical Center up to the fourth phase. The annex included four buildings (building B to E) and a connecting passage (building M) having a total area of about 66.800 m².

Projectdata

Client / Building Owner SLK Kliniken Heilbronn GmbH
Architect TMK Architekten Ingenieure / Contact Person: Mr. Gunnar Dennewill
Time of performance / construction period 2009-2013
Asset groups heating technology with geothermal facility and heat pump, CHP integration/installation, absorption refrigerator (with hybrid cooling process), keeping temperature of patient rooms on low level by thermo- active building systems, sanitary facilities, medical gases and swimming pool equipment, ventilation and air-conditioning systems with adiabatic humidification process of exhaust air, electro-technics including heavy and weak current, elevators, letter shoots, sprinkler system covering the entire hospital, fire extinguishers for the helipad, measurement and control technology, central building control system.
Project Details

We planned and completed the annex of the Heilbronn SLK-Medical Center up to the fourth phase. The annex included four buildings (buildings B to E) and a connecting building (building M) having a total area of about 66.800m2. Additionally, the first phase included the plan to construct another building (building O) which houses the labor and delivery unit.

The new medical center is supposed to have 350 beds, 18 operating rooms of increased safety requirements (Ia and Ib quality), an intensive care unit, a surgical ward, radiology ward (including MRT and CT), gynecology, endoscopy, dialysis, CCSD (Central Sterilization Service Department), laboratories, and a large-scale kitchen with food delivery. Building O houses a labor and delivery unit including the gynecology and a therapeutic pool.

The hospital is constructed of four buildings that are connected with a central major building. Building O is also connected with the main building. The entire technological setup is installed on level -2, all operating rooms are located on the second floor. Buildings B to D house inpatient departments on their top two levels. The roof of building B is supposed to get a helipad. All rooms lying in the center of the hospital are supplied with fresh air from the new ventilation system. Inpatient departments will have an agreeable climate due to the thermo-active building system.