The world's first exhibition to showcase "Huoshenshan Hospital in Wuhan," a 1,000-bed temporary hospital built in 9 days to treat COVID-19 patients.
In January 2020, Wuhan, China, emerged as the world’s first coronavirus hot spot. It was the beginning of the Chinese government, designers and builders assembled an all-star team to build a temporary 1,000-bed hospital while using more than 7,000 workers to complete all construction processes within just 9 days.
“CITIC General Institute of Architectural Design & Research Co., Ltd. (CADI)” the company has been assigned. CITIC ADI took 5 hours to create a blueprint plan. All specialized construction was released for the first time in 24 hours and submitted construction drawings in 60 hours. The hospital’s construction model was built on a battlefield, treatment building, the ICU, medical technology department, internet room, material warehouse center, temporary storage room for contaminants, disinfection room, and ambulance contaminants. All of these were built on a construction area of approximately 33,940 square meters.
The working system of various projects is continually changing. Design plans and technological measures were all under conditions that meet the standards of communicable disease hospitals. With the utmost capability, rapid construction process, and a high standard of sanitary protection.
Architect’21 Expo is ready to take you all to see a real scale model of Huoshenshan Hospital with the special lecture session, which will allow you to meet with the designers and builders team who worked on the temporary hospital project. The speakers will share their experiences about construction processes, the selection of building materials, including public health innovations for safety and hygiene to support the medical staff.
Don’t miss to explore Huoshenshan Hospital Showcase (Wuhan hospital)
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