VINCI will be building New Caledonia's new hospital complex
Rueil-Malmaison - 5 October 2011
The New Caledonian government has awarded the contract to build the Koutio multi-medical centre, the country's new hospital, to the VINCI Group.
The Koutio multi-medical centre will consist of an 80,000 sq. m. complex on a single 20-hectare site, bringing together, initially, the new hospital and the ATIR (renal insufficiency treatment centre) and later a radiation therapy centre, the Institut Pasteur de Nouvelle-Calédonie, and a post-operative and physical re-education centre (CSSR). It will offer 450 rooms and 12 operating blocks. The design guarantees modular development of the structure to meet future health needs and demands.
Project management will be handled by an ICADE/SECAL consortium and design has been entrusted to Agence Michel Beauvais, Archipel, Coteba, ITCE and ECEP.
The works will be carried out by a consortium led by VINCI Construction associated with VINCI's Energy business line, Arbe and Axima.
The first tranche of the works, worth a total of almost €237 million, must be delivered within 46 months and will start in January 2012.
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