University Hospital Marburg

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University clinic 1st prize in EU-wide architectural competition

Description

Architecture The hospital building, completed in 2006, is the second phase of construction for the university hospital of Marburg and reflects the implementation of an aesthetically and technically advanced architecture. The conceptual design by general planners AEP won 1st prize in the architectural competition and was the starting point for a building complex which combines functionality and design in equal parts. The hospital fulfills the functions of gynaecology+obstetrics, paediatrics, skin treatment, facial surgery, blood bank, sterilisation and pharmacy. With its naturally lit rooms and a colour scheme established in line with psychological concepts, the hospital conveys the desired “hotel character” which enables patients to recover within a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. Functional analysis patients and visitors enter the building through the naturally lit main entrance hall which extends over 4 levels and is glazed on all sides. The hall has a relaxing, well-lit and friendly atmosphere and contains a café, a play area, and a small internal “mall” with shopping and seating areas. The care stations for women and children are easily found and can be directly reached by relatives and visitors via the open stairway and galleries. The departments for outpatients and x-ray diagnostics can be entered directly from the main hall. The intensive care rooms for obstetrics, and the delivery rooms, are located back to back with the intensive care rooms for new born infants. The operating rooms are located nearby on the same level as the intensive care areas. SERVICES Conceptual design Design development Interior design Detailed working drawings Coordination of all services Construction documents Tenders – BOQ Bills of qualities and quantities Site supervision Visualization Operational and room allocation programme.

Facts

Client: State of Hesse
bw-engineers Member Company: AEP Med – Planung im Gesundheitswesen GbR
Project Volume: 90,0 million Euro
Project Duration: 2001 – 2006

Services

Architectural Design
Lab and Biomedical Technology
Health Care / Convalescence
Lifts and Conveyor Technique

GMP Laboratories for Stem Cell

34-University-Hospital-Marburg-09-s
Subcategory: HVAC/MEP; Lab and Biomedical Technology
Detailed Desc: 3 Clean room areas Stem cell laboratory, Blood bank, Pharmacy Three specialised clean room areas were constructed according to GMP regulations for the blood bank, for stem cell research, and for the production of pharmaceuticals. The most technologically advanced modular clean room system available for walls and ceilings, combined with the latest clean room ventilation technology, provides the necessary environment for the production, preparation and analysis of medicines, blood cells and stem cells. Persons and materials enter each clean room area through a suite of air lock rooms having an incremented increase in air pressure. A complex building management system allows continous monitoring and documentation of room environments. The production processes within each clean room area have been certified.

Radiology Departement of University Hospital Marburg

34-University-Hospital-Marburg-07-sp
Subcategory: Architectural Design; Health Care/Convalescence
Project Begin: 2003
Completion Date: 2005
The mother-child care centre of the Philipps university, Marburg consists of three connected areas: for paediatrics, gynaecology and obstetrics. The paediatrics clinic contains 70 beds for nursing care, 15 for newborn intensive care, and 8 for paediatric intensive care. The gynaecology clinic contains 60 beds for nursing care. The dedicated mother-child ward contains 30 beds for obstetric nursing care and 12 beds of intensive care, shared between obstetrics and gynaecology. Intensive care rooms for paediatrics and newborn infants are grouped together in one block with a central interior court, and are located next to the delivery rooms and emergency resuscitation room. The direct routes and short distances between functionally connected areas aid operating efficiency. Nursing rooms have two beds, located opposite one another. Each bed has its own, equally weighted care area within the room. The hospital is therefore able to support the currently important practice of „rooming in“ for mothers and newborn infants.
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Sterilisation and OR Unit

34-University-Hospital-Marburg-11-s
Subcategory: HVAC/MEP; Lab and Biomedical Technology
Project Begin: 2003
Completion Date: 2006
Short Desc: 5 ORs, Sterilisation, 3 GMP laboraratories, research Labs, Stem Cells, Bloodbank, Pharmacy
Detailed Desc: Planning of Medical equiment: e.g. Sterilisation unit/operating rooms The new sterilisation unit supplies all parts of the university hospital of Marburg with sterile materials. The preparation of materials is carried out in three areas, each with ventilation systems rated at a progressively higher clean room level. The main recipients of sterile material are the operating rooms. A large storage room for sterile material is connected by lifts to the sterilistation unit and is located on the same level as the operating rooms, thereby ensuring the optimum spatial relationship between the functions of supply and disposal and the operational procedures of the operating rooms. The operating rooms and their respective pre- and post-op rooms have been constructed using retrofit-capable wall and ceiling systems with powder coated stainless steel panels. Ceiling mounted laminar flow ventilation units with partially recirculating air offer a maximum of hygienic convenience.

University Hospital Marburg Automated Wagon Transport System

Subcategory: HVAC/MEP; Lifts and Conveyor Technique
Project Begin: 2001
Completion Date: 2006
Short Desc: University clinic 1st prize in EU-wide architectural competition
Detailed Desc: Horizontal transport of goods to and from the hospital is carried out by the automated wagon transport system which uses robot transporters or electrified, suspended conveyance systems and automated conveyors to carry containers. The vertical transportation by special lifts is adapeted to the system.

University Hospital Marburg

34-University-Hospital-Marburg-02-s
Subcategory: Architectural Design; Health Care/Convalescence
Project Begin: 2001
Completion Date: 2006
Short Desc: 1st prize in EU-wide architectural competition
Detailed Desc: Architecture The hospital building, completed in 2006, is the second phase of construction for the university hospital of Marburg and reflects the implementation of an aesthetically and technically advanced architecture. The conceptual design by general planners AEP won 1st prize in the architectural competition and was the starting point for a building complex which com-bines functionality and design in equal parts. The hospital fulfills the functions of gynaecology+obstetrics, paediatrics, skin treatment, facial surgery, blood bank, sterilisation and pharmacy. With its naturally lit rooms and a colour scheme estab-lished in line with psychological concepts, the hospital conveys the desired “hotel character” which enables patients to re-cover within a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. Functional analysis Patients and visitors enter the building through the naturally lit main entrance hall which extends over 4 levels and is glazed on all sides. The hall has a relaxing, well-lit and friendly atmosphere and contains a café, a play area, and a small internal “mall” with shopping and seating areas. The care stations for women and children are easily found and can be directly reached by relatives and visitors via the open stairway and galleries. The departments for outpatients and x-ray diagnostics can be entered directly from the main hall. The intensive care rooms for obstetrics, and the delivery rooms, are located back to back with the intensive care rooms for new born infants. The operating rooms are located nearby on the same level as the intensive care areas.

Project Volume: 90,0 million Eur