Our company has undertaken the construction and clean-up of the new inpatient building cleansing project of Shenzhen Children's Hospital.
The construction of the new inpatient building, which is of public concern in Shenzhen Children's Hospital, will be put into use on June 1 this year. The cleansing project of our new inpatient building has also been successfully completed, and a satisfactory answer has been handed over to the city leaders and the general public. After the opening of the new building, the number of beds will increase to 930. After the renovation of the old building in 2014, the number of beds will reach 1,300, which will basically solve the problem of difficult medical treatment.
It is well known that Children's Hospital is the only modern pediatric general hospital in Shenzhen that integrates medical treatment, scientific research and teaching. It is responsible for the medical and health care tasks of children in Shenzhen and surrounding areas, and is also the city's pediatric medical and emergency center. However, the hospital was built on a city scale of 4 million people, and the number of outpatient clinics was 2,000. At present, the resident population of Shenzhen has reached 15 million. In recent years, the number of newborns has exceeded 180,000. To this end, in 2012, the Shenzhen city leaders visited the institute and said that in order to provide better medical conditions for the children in Shenzhen, the construction of the new building should be specially carried out. Under the premise of ensuring quality and safe construction, as soon as possible, Shenzhen children provide a new quality medical environment.
Under the condition of heavy tasks and tight schedule, our company completed the cleansing project under the premise of quality and quantity and safe construction. It was successfully opened on June 1, 2013, and sent an accident to the Children's Day of June 1st. "gift".
Figure 1: Our senior engineer introduces the scene to the city leaders
Figure 2: Completion site one
Figure 3: Completion site 2