A benchmark in hospital management, with more than 825.000 m2 under concession
The recent award of the concession of the National Cancer Institute in Santiago de Chile, with an investment of more than 300 million, positions us as a benchmark in hospital asset management, with more than 825,000 square meters and more than 2,300 beds under concession. Discover the main hospital concession projects in our portfolio:
National Cancer Institute
(Santiago de Chile)
This health infrastructure will benefit more than 11.6 million people and stands out for the use of high-tech equipment in the oncological field, as it will have eight linear accelerators.
BioBío Hospital Network
Together, the four hospitals (Santa Bárbara, Nacimiento, Coronel and Lota) will benefit a population of more than 400,000 people.
Burgos University Hospital
Hospital complex with a surface area of 264,403 m2, of which 181,004 m2 are for hospital use. It is equipped with 744 beds and has 278 spaces for outpatient services.
Expansion of the Niño Jesús Hospital
Includes the construction of a 9,000 m2 hospital building for the Niño Jesús Hospital, which will be delivered as a fee in kind for the right to the concession for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of a state-of-the-art 808-space subway rotating parking garage.
Center Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM)
The largest healthcare infrastructure in North America and the largest public-private healthcare collaboration project in Canadian history.
OTHER PROJECTS UNDER CONCESSION
OHLA has other important concession assets in Europe and the Americas. These include the Accesos Norte 2 highway corridor in Bogota (Colombia), where we are part of the consortium responsible for the design, construction, improvement, operation and priority maintenance of the existing Accesos Norte highway in the section closest to Bogota. The project will benefit close to eight million inhabitants and will reduce traffic congestion between Bogotá and the north of the country.
This contract is in addition to concessions such as the Santiago Justice Center (Chile), the Roda de Bará and Marina Urola marinas, the Horta and Sant Andreu police stations, all in Spain, and, in Ireland, the management of 465 social housing units as part of the Social Housing Bundle 2 project.
ALMOST A CENTURY OF EXPERIENCE BUILDING HOSPITALS
In addition to our outstanding position in hospital concessions, we are also a benchmark in the construction of this type of infrastructure. More than nine decades of experience and a portfolio of more than 150 new hospitals, equivalent to 8.5 million m2 and more than 60,000 beds, close to 100 healthcare centers and more than 200 renovation and rehabilitation projects endorse our track record in this field.
The activity, which began in Spain, has spread to countries such as the USA, Canada, Chile, Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, the Antilles, Panama, Peru, Equatorial Guinea, the Czech Republic, Portugal and Ireland. In the execution of these projects, OHLA applies methodologies aligned with the digitalization of construction processes such as BIM (Building Information Modeling) and we follow sustainability criteria recognized by prestigious international standards such as LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) and Passivhaus.
In Spain, we have built hospitals such as Burgos, Toledo and Arganda del Rey. Other projects recently undertaken in Europe include the National Forensic Mental Health Hospital (Ireland) and the Olomouc University Hospital in the Czech Republic. In the U.S., we have completed important projects such as the Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami and the Ardie R. Copas State Nursing home for veterans in Florida.
In Latin America, we have a strong presence in countries such as Chile, where we have built eight healthcare centers with a total of 2,865 beds. In Peru, our portfolio also includes the new Sullana Hospital, the Chulucanas Hospital and the Pósope Alto Health Center.