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H29 - RENOVATION OF THE ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC AT THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL CARL GUSTAV CARUS AT THE TU DRESDEN

House 29 of the Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital at the Technical University of Dresden houses the Clinic and Polyclinic for Orthopaedics. The listed four-storey masonry building was built in 1898 as the Royal Saxon Women's Hospital and was rebuilt in 1954 after suffering war damage. The facade plaster was only repaired over the years and painted in early 1990.

Due to damage to the plaster and sandstone cornices and window surrounds, a thorough repair of the facade was planned. The renovations are being carried out while the clinic is still in operation. Monument protection concerns with regard to the preservation of the facade structure, plaster surface and color scheme had to be taken into account. The renovation was carried out while the clinic was still in operation and in compliance with monument protection regulations.

The planning and implementation of the structural renovation of the orthopedic clinic included the complete gutting, complete reconstruction and fire protection renovation. The clinic's functionality could be maintained by implementing the project in two construction phases. The entire attic was also converted.

The clinic has two floors of beds with four wards on the 1st and 3rd floors (70 beds in total), each with two care areas with a shared nurses' station. In the intermediate care area there are 5 beds on the 1st floor. The examination and treatment rooms are on the ground floor, as are the plaster and procedure rooms and outpatient examination rooms. The doctor's offices and general administration are on the 2nd floor and in the newly converted attic.

SCOPE OF SERVICES

General planner

Target planning functional reorganization of the clinic in the interdisciplinary context of other specialist areas (radiological diagnostics, physiotherapy, sports medicine)

 

Preliminary Design

Basic Engineering Design

Permit Design

Detailed Engineering Design

Tendering & Procurement

Site Supervision

spatial development

COST

6.4 million euros

PROJECT PERIOD

2004 to 2016 (CONSTRUCTION PHASES)

consultants. architects. engineers.
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