The Centre Hospitalier Chrétien (CHC) is a collection of six clinics, outpatient clinics and several rest and care homes. To rationalize the care it oﬀers and be able to develop cutting-edge medical techniques, the CHC decided to build a new hospital with 790 beds, which replaces three of the six clinics. The new hospital comprises three sections: a wing housing pediatric and maternity care, a wing for the hospitalization of adults and a building housing medico-technical services such as medical imaging, the operations department or the laboratory.
There are about 1950 parking spaces. A part is underground and another part is exterior.
The hospital has an area of 100,000 m².
Design and implementation were entrusted to four design consultants. The architecture was entrusted to the association Assar-Artau-Hoet & Minne. The structural study mission was entrusted to the consultants Greisch. The CHC’s internal design oﬃce is responsible for elevators and medical ﬂuids.
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The task of studying technical equipment (HVAC and high-voltage electricity), from the sketch phase to the detailed project study phase, is entrusted to Tractebel.
The mission has been extended through supervision during the execution phase.
The construction of the building also takes account of the imperatives as regards the environment and saving energy, involving in particular: