Video of the Event 2013

Post Show Report for Hospital Build & Infrastructure Europe, 3 to 4 September 2013 in Hamburg

First the concept then the building!

  • “Don’t build hospitals for all eternity!”
  • Users belong at the planning table
  • Hospitals like holiday homes
  • PPP – difficult yet sensible

In the new construction or refurbishment of hospitals, planners should urgently take account of greater flexibility. Medical technology is advancing at such a rate that only variably designed spaces and infrastructure can keep a health care facility flexible – this was the conclusion reached at Hospital Build & Infrastructure Europe. Specialists from Europe, Asia and the USA came together at the beginning of September, in Hamburg, at Europe’s leading trade fair for hospital construction and infrastructure. In three series of presentations, hospital managers, architects and equippers found out more about the solutions available and exchanged experiences. …read more


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Gallery of the Trade Fair Hospital Build Europe 2012

Meet international investors, business leaders & decision makers of hospitals & the hospital construction industry as well as their suppliers at Hospital Build & Infrastructure.


The hospital as a feel-good oasis

The hospital of the future is light-flooded, surrounded by a garden and water, and designed in a way that promotes treatment processes and can also quickly adapt to new technologies. This scenario was suggested by hospital managers, architects and planners at Hospital Build Europe, Europe’s leading trade fair for hospital construction and hospital infrastructure, which was held from 24 to 26 April 2012 in Berlin. A total of 2,400 visitors from Europe, China, India, Israel, South Korea and Russia collected information about new products and solutions – from the furnishing of care units and operation rooms, to energy management and facility management, and through to process optimisation. International experts discussed their experiences and projects in five accompanying convention series. read more …

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