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Modular
Healthcare
Building

Modular healthcare centres provide support for the delivery of emergency services. Due to the overflow of patients in hospitals, extensions that will seamlessly fit into the existing buildings are needed. The modules will give faster service, additional work space for doctors and nurses, and eliminate waiting time.
Challenge:
The medical industry is in need of cost-effective measures that will serve the community during emergencies such as natural disasters. The offices, rooms, and storage units must be easily installed to accommodate medical needs for a large portion of the population in the area.
Solution:
Modular health buildings serve as a turnkey project that consists of large multi-purpose spaces, exam rooms, nurse stations, and other supporting rooms. After natural disasters strike and health buildings destroyed, modular can be the perfect emergency replacement for the health sector. It will eliminate the delay in providing health services to the sick and disaster victims. Some health units include:
  • Children’s centre
  • Dental clinics
  • Psychiatric hospitals
  • Specialised care centres

These modular structures can be a two-storey with maximised indoor and outdoor space. Modules can also be shortened to create a porch to add more useful space to the building. Modular health buildings use energy-efficient, precise, and holistic systems such as operable windows and fans for natural ventilation. Further, the interior and exterior use high-quality materials that will provide comfort to the patients.

SECTOR
Healthcare
SIZE
9,000 sq. ft. to over 15,000  sq. ft.
CONSTRUCTION TIMEFRAME
12 weeks

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