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KANTONSSPITAL MÜNSTERLINGEN

New building 3i in Münsterlingen

Future-oriented hospital building – a challenging planning task: Logistical requirements, cost-optimised operating procedures and processes, linked functional interrelations – all of these things demand extensive technical expertise when drawing up the designs of a hospital. The surgical care is also developing rapidly: New minimally invasive techniques and the increased use of imaging processes are radically changing the form of the workplace in a hospital.

At a time of rapid technological change, our aim is the planning of an OR with perspectives for the future. Maximum flexible versatility and retrofitting capability for the integration of new devices is provided as a result of the modular systems of the HT Group products.

The holistic planning and the modular systems have also been applied in the new building 3i in Münsterlingen. The ten glass operation rooms and the related pre-operative rooms were specifically tailored to the needs of the staff to achieve the most efficient workflow. In this case, the sterile equipment is brought to two ORs via a preparation room so that the best possible use can thus be made of space and the patient routes optimized.
Any later adjustment due to new medical equipment and structural reorganisation can also be flexibly and quickly carried out. Since hardly any downtimes occur, tremendous cost savings can be achieved.
Glass was the chosen material for the operating rooms because it is especially hygienic and easy to clean and thus sets a new standard in OR hygiene.
The corridor areas were fitted with robust ceramic surfaces. The surface is thus especially shock-resistant and thereby very well suited for infrastructural areas. The area of the intensive care unit appears aesthetically good and smart-looking, designed with a transparent, full-height glass wall system. The integration of HT Control touchscreens enables an efficient room management in the operation rooms.

  • Completion: 2015
  • Competences: Operating room  · Intensive care area
  • Solution: 10 ORs  · HT Control  · ICU · corridors  · sliding doors
  • Material: Glass  · Impact
  • Protection: Fire protection · X-ray protection
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Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Building Information Modelling provides new approaches for the planning and realisation of both construction projects and the operation of buildings. 
The HT Group supports users of the BIM method with modules and interfaces in the planning. Our BIM components are being continuously developed and adjusted to the latest state of technology. Revit components for your BIM model can be requested using the following contact form. ?We will be happy to answer any questions you may have on the subject of BIM planning.

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