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Josef-Hospital Delmenhorst gGmbH | Published April 20, 2016
Winner
gsm Gesellschaft für Sicherheit in der Medizintechnik GmbH
cpvs
71300000

Hospitals St. Josef-Stift Hospital and Delmenhorst are under the umbrella of the holding company Josef-Hospital

Delmenhorst gGmbH be centralized at the St. Josef-pin location. The hospitals are in a

Location are summarized. The authority intends accordingly the extension of

recent hospital building by a remodeling and new adjacent building.

to a total of 340 beds and about 17 000m for the future Josef-Hospital 2 created usable space

will. Furthermore, the necessary parking spaces must be prepared in an underground garage. For this to

the dilapidated old buildings and parts of the sister dormitory establishing a replacement new building

be canceled. Completed in 2013, the functional complex and in 1994 inaugurated

remain Bettenhaus obtained and taken into account in the restructuring. The new building and the

Restructuring the portfolio include all functional parts of the hospital. To expensive

avoid interim measures as possible, to the divisions concerned during

Construction will be shifted to the hospital.

To measure an application for funding in accordance with § 9 para. 1 KHG the Lower Saxony

Ministry provided for social, health and equality. For this purpose first need to get

construction-related

Funding application documents will be created. The planning services Power Phase 2- 9 are to this

according Verdingungsordnung for freelance services (VOF) to be tendered throughout Europe in a

Negotiated be awarded with a preliminary qualification competition. The intention is to

stepwise commissioning (Level 1: Phases 2 to 4, Level 2:.. Work phase 5 to 7 and Level 3: Phases 8 and 9.

The planning services Phases 2-9 include the following planning components:

Technical equipment medical investment group 7, KG 474, § 53 HOAI, LPH 2-9.

Engineering services

Josef-Hospital Delmenhorst gGmbH | Published November 25, 2015  -  Deadline December 22, 2015
cpvs
71300000

Hospitals St. Josef-Stift Hospital and Delmenhorst are under the umbrella of the holding company Josef-Hospital Delmenhorst gGmbH at the site of the St. Josef-Stift be centralized. The hospitals are to be combined at a single site. The authority intends accordingly the extension of the existing hospital building by a remodeling and new adjacent building. Aims to create a total of 340 beds and approximately 17 000 m2 usable area for the future Josef-Hospital. Furthermore, the necessary parking spaces need to be prepared in an underground garage. For this purpose to the dilapidated old buildings and parts of the dormitory sister to create a replacement new building will be canceled. The stay was completed in 2013 and the functional wing was inaugurated in 1994 Bettenhaus received and taken into account in the restructuring. The new building and the restructuring in the portfolio include all functional parts of the hospital. To avoid costly interim measures possible, the most affected areas are to be relocated to the hospital during the construction project. To measure an application for funding in accordance with § 9 para. 1 KHG been filed at the Lower Saxony Ministry of Social, Health and equality. For this purpose, initially the construction-related funding applications must be created. The planning services performance phase 2-9 will be awarded inter alia for this purpose in accordance Verdingungsordnung for freelance services (VOF) in Europe to be tendered negotiated procedure with preliminary qualification competition. The intention is a gradual commissioning (Level 1: Phases 2 to 4, Level 2:.. Lph 5 to 7 and Level 3: Phases 8 and 9.). The planning services Lph. 2-9 include the following planning components: technical equipment medical investment group 7, KG 474, § 53 HOAI, LPH. 2-9.
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