The design and construction of the 100 bed hospital in Ahvaz began in 2014 on a piece of land of about four hectares.

In the design of hospitals, the mere specification of the existing medical expertise cannot be considered the design hub. In line with medical and construction standards regarding different parts of the hospitals, full attention to culture and the demographic characteristics of the users of the hospital, among other things, would be of special importance. In this project, with an eye onto climate and climate conditions, special private rooms and semi-private rooms were designed in order to control infection and provide more comfort to patients and for the purpose of reducing the probability of transmission of hospital infection, lots of complicated installation designs were implemented. It is added that lighting and color changes were some of the other measures that were taken to change the hospital spheres. Applying these measures would create a sense of security and confidence in patients which in turn would enhance their physical and emotional development and betterment and the recuperation of the patients. The selected criteria for the design and implementation of this project were based on the international standards, with an eye onto the criteria of Iranian architectural spheres and the likes and dislikes of the client.

Layout Specifications:

Size of the piece of Land on which the construction was carried out: Four hectares

Roofed Area of Coverage: 2085 square meters

Hospitalization for Graft: 18 beds on the second floor

Hospitalization for Plastics: 18 beds on the second floor

Hospitalization for Semi-infection: 26 beds on the third floor

Hospitalization for Infection: 14 beds on the fourth floor

BICU Inpatient: 14 beds on the fifth floor

Operation Rooms [Theaters]: 2 operation rooms for infection + 3 operation rooms for non-infection + one operation room in the emergency ward [department]

Client: The Ministry of Roads and Urban Development – The organization [Executive body] for buildings as well as public and governmental facilities

Contractor: Gouple Construction & Installations Company