SEMILY REGIONAL HOSPITAL – RECONSTRUCTION OF SURGICAL PAVILION – MAIN BUILDING STAGE 2

Customer
Semily Regional Hospital
Architect
OBERMEYER HELIKA a.s.
Main building designer
OBERMEYER HELIKA a.s.
Construction period
April 1993 – January 1994
Activities undertaken

study for the development of the complex and operation theatres building, project documentation for the urban planning and building permit submissions, working documentation, site management by the head designer, preparation of construction works document

Construction cost
CZK 90 million

The successful completion of the pavilion with operating theatres was followed by the second stage of the project to revitalise the Semily hospital complex. This time the task was different – the reconstruction of the Surgical Pavilion, originally the main hospital building constructed at the beginning of 20th century with several later additions and one storey added in the 1930s. The complete reconstruction of this building resulted in a new pavilion of surgical sciences with the adjoining building with operating theatres and a new vertical transport shaft. For this reason it was possible to remove the original staircase and build the standard hospital wards on the 2nd and 3rd levels. The main entrance on the ground floor is connected to the outpatient and diagnostic units. The sterilisation section is situated in the basement level. The main south-east facade with architectural features and plaster mouldings, including floor and window ledges, pilasters, window framing and bossage, was restored, and the later addition unified with the rest of the building. The use of a red and grey colour scheme was the direct result of combining ashlar facing of the addition with the rich vegetation in the surrounding area.

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