The polyfunctional unit is 90% pre-assembled, complete with systems, easily transportable and does not require any foundation. The optimization of space allows to accommodate up to 20 patients.
Created to respond to the COVID-19 emergency, the multipurpose hospital module, however, has structures created to last over time. The steel skeleton can be disassembled and moved in other emergency areas.
The simultaneous production of the dry construction elements, their partial assembly in the factory and the absence of foundations significantly reduce the actual installation time.
Unlike the reconverted containers, the multipurpose hospital module is conceived right from the design with ad hoc compartments, typical of the intensive care units to guarantee the safety of the patients and the health personnel who work there.
Steel, a 100% recyclable material, is present both in the structure of the unit and in the infill panels, allowing a minimal impact on the environment.