In 2020, in order to renew its technical platform and maintain a high-performance medical offering, the Nord Essonne Hospital Group, supported by the French State and the EPA Paris-Saclay, has entrusted a consortium led by Eiffage Construction with the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the new Paris-Saclay Hospital.
Its aim: to develop its research centre - benefiting from the industrial and university ecosystem of the Saclay plateau - and to complete the range of local healthcare services in Bures-sur-Yvette, Orsay, Longjumeau and Juvisy, whose medical, surgical and obstetrics centres have been brought together in the new hospital.
A focus on clinical research, ambulatory and community medicine, in a human-sized and energy-efficient environment... The specifications submitted to SCAU Architecture, Eiffage Construction Grands Projets and Eiffage's hospital experts are resolutely focused on innovation and scalability.
416 beds and places; 10 operating areas; 3,000 births per year; 85,000 emergency room visits; 90% single rooms; 45,000 m² of floor space and more than 4,000 m² of extension reserves.
Contracting authority: Groupe Hospitalier Nord Essonne
Project management: Eiffage Construction consortium, SCAU Architecture, WSP (BET), Inddigo (HQE & RT), Dalkia (servicing and maintenance).
Design: 8 months
Start of work: summer 2021
Delivery: Spring 2024