AIIMS Guwahati is one of the signature projects of the Government of India's PMSSY that aims to elevate the quality and access of public health systems in India. The Institute accommodates 750-Bedded state-of-the-art multi-Specialty hospitals, a Medical College (at the undergraduate level and PG/Doctoral Courses in various Specialty /super-Specialty disciplines) and Nursing College, AYUSH Block, Auditorium, Night Shelter, Guest House, Hostels, Residential facilities, Boundary wall with Gates & Security Cabins.
The project is designed to achieve a GRIHA 5 star rating, thereby setting new benchmarks in sustainable design. A few distinctive facets of this project include catering for different functional requirements of various end-users with creative indoor spaces, surroundings, better circulation and flexibility in space planning. Additionally, it relies heavily on a climate-responsive architecture to integrate daylight and electric light, thermal comfort, and ventilation. It also accommodates water and solid waste management with wastewater recycling, water conservation and harvesting systems. The landscape design responds to the existing site terrain conditions, seamless traffic circulation patterns, and indigenous vegetation and planting. Implementation of the project is based on an EPC model where CDA is actively involved in both the design concept and the detailed design phase and is expected to commence by the end of 2022.
1,500,000 sq ft
HKSD Health City Hisar, Haryana
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Max Super Specialty Hospital, Bhatida Bathinda, Punjab
Max Healthcare's indigenous hospital at Bathinda with 250 beds, clad in an exposed brick façade and sloping roofs. The project is one of the successful manifestations of public-private partnerships in the Indian healthcare fabric.