The JV led by Proger, and composed of Manens-Tifs, Steam, Inar, Studio Ingegneria Maggi and Suissemed, was awarded the assignment for the design of the technical-economic, definitive and executive feasibility of the New Tiburtino Hospital. The operation, worth 240 million euros, represents one of the most important interventions implemented by the public health sector of the Lazio Region.
The new hospital with about 400 beds will be built near Tivoli, in the north-east area of the metropolitan city of Roma Capitale, on an 83,000 sqm area, which is strategic from the accessibility point of view, being it close to the toll booth of the A24 motorway and the railway station of the city.
The project responds to the need of a new provincial reference hospital and follows the most recent strategy to locate the various health macro-functions in a single hospital complex, to ensure integration with the city of Tivoli and the surrounding area, serving a catchment area that belongs to as many as 28 municipalities, for a total population of over 200,000 inhabitants.
The New Tiburtino Hospital is designed to accommodate the continuous change in health needs and respond positively to the issues of sustainability, comfort and well-being of users and staff. Therefore, a structure capable of reconciling technological complexity and the human dimension, so as to foster synergies and relationships not only between the various disciplines but also between the various diagnosis, treatment, research and training functions that characterize the complex “health system”.