- IRINA MARIA SILE - FUNDANTIA CORONA, CONSULTANT - IULIAN ROSU - SC ACIVCONINSTAL SRL, INGINER REZISTENTA - ALIN MACOVEI - SC ACIVCONINSTAL SRL, INGINER REZISTENTA - VLAD MIHAILA - SC ACIVCONINSTAL SRL, INGINER REZISTENTA - FLORIN BARAN - SC ROLPROIECT SRL, INGINER INSTALATII ELECTRICE, TERMO-VENTILATII, SANITARE - EMIL DAN BOIAN - SC BETA STAR SRL, INGINER INSTALATII GAZ METAN - TUDOR SURDEANU - INGINER INSTALATII GAZE MEDICALE - CATALIN FRANCU - SC FRAGAR TRADING SRL, INGINER DOMOTICA (BMS - BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS) - VICTOR MIHALACHE - P.F.A. MIHALACHE I. VICTOR, EXPERT TEHNIC ATESTAT MLPAT
The Emergency County Hospital of Vaslui was built in 1972 and until 2009, no major rehabilitation and modernisation works to the entire building have been made, which required their execution as a need.
It is located on one of the major axes of circulation in the city, with a wide accessibility, and the urban context makes the transition between a commercial area of the city and a residential one.
By the rehabilitation of the building, the beneficiary understood the need to intervene on a system that is in a poor condition to meet the needs of the present.
The integrated rehabilitation process of the building meant treating all its characteristics, starting from the construction and technical equipment, aiming at an aesthetic and functional improvement of architecture, endowments and equipments necessary for performing the medical activity at current standards, of social life conditions and not last in compliance with the legislation.
The spatial characteristics of the building have changed insignificantly in comparison with its entirety, changes imposed by the regulations in force.
It has been kept the most important characteristic of the function, namely the dedication of the persons involved in the performance of the medical care.
The purpose of the intervention was to improve the quality of the health services infrastructure in order to ensure an equal access of citizens to qualitative and effective healthcare services.
The project was funded by the European Union, under the Regional Operational Programme 2007 - 2013, Priority Axis 3, Field 3.1. ‘Rehabilitation / modernisation / equipping of the health services’ infrastructure’ and it had a total value of 71.002.115,79 lei.
The multi-criteria analysis measured the economic, social and environmental impact of the project and assessed it in terms of societal needs.
In order to establish the costs and benefits, several criteria have been used, such as: risk of damage, its lifetime and of the related facilities, safety in operation, energy efficiency of the buildings, environmental impact, investments, condition of the existing endowments, quality of the medical infrastructure, quality of the medical services provided and not least, the image of the hospital in the public context.
By implementing the project, a significant benefit has been brought to the population, by providing access to the high quality medical infrastructure in emergency services.
The rehabilitation and modernisation works were carried out for the Building A and B (Spread Area =10075 sqm) and partially for the Building C (Spread Area=888 sqm).
The structural rehabilitation consisted in strengthening the buildings A and B.
The functional rehabilitation was achieved by re-compartmentalisation of the interior spaces and extension of the architectural section with two external stairs and an elevator.
The thermal rehabilitation was achieved by completely reconstructing the enveloping and the facilities, by adding new facilities for low currents, thermal ventilation, medical fluids, including the oxygen station and the compressed air station.
In order to reduce the costs for electricity and administration, and to simplify the management process of the building, enhanced security and conform, it has been implemented a control system type Building Management Systems.
Aesthetically, it has been defined a palette of materials both as texture and as colour, which have totally changed the environment, moving it to a warm and vivacious area.
It has been kept the existing pace of the facades and a new element have been introduced, the chromatic one.
By the equipment and facilities acquired, new services and opportunities for diagnosis of patients have been offered.
Achieving the objective is evidenced by measurable activities (reducing the seismic risk, reducing the energy losses, increasing the lifetime and safety in operating the building, creating facilities for people with disabilities, providing increased access to medical infrastructure and high quality medical services locally) and by non-quantifiable activities (improving the image and perception of the hospital locally and regionally, increasing the quality of the medical care, increasing the degree of urban aesthetics, the current building acquiring a new image and a net increased utility, leading to an improvement in the appearance of the city’s architecture).
The rehabilitation of the buildings had a positive overall impact, by increasing the comfort provided to the patients and staff.
By implementing the project, it was provided not only increased access to the medical infrastructure locally, but it was also achieved a major contribution to the increase of the medical care quality provided by the new infrastructure. Thus, the 40000 patients who are hospitalised annually and the 136000 patients treated in ambulatory receive superior medical services and thus an improvement of the life quality by increasing the life expectancy.