Q & A

Additional information no. 111

QUESTION:

Is it possible to change the range of the model (blue tint on the attached chart)? The format 500×650 – 900 would be retained, the model would also include the area marked with a full thick line in the figure. See attached picture.

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

Changing the area of the model is at the discretion of the competitor. The model must cover at least the minimal area under consideration.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 110

QUESTION:

Under what conditions would it be possible to move the construction of the central sterilization into the second phase (reconstruction of the existing pavilion)?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

No, it is not possible. Central sterilization must be built during Stage 1 so that it can be used during the Bedrna pavilion reconstruction. Maintaining the operation of the existing CS during the Bedrna pavilion reconstruction is not technologically possible.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 109

QUESTION:

Is it possible to cross the solved area by parts of the building, (given that the announcer is the owner of all the land in the site)? Under what conditions and where? Is it possible, if it will have benefits for the surgical center, to intervene on the existing road before interventional radiology? Can the outer territory be at least covered by a roof or cantilever?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

The crossing of the solved area is at the discretion of the competitor, it is necessary to maintain the traceability of all roads in all Stages of CHC construction and the functionality of all other operations of the FN HK.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 108

QUESTION:

Can you specify the spatial requirements for a vertical storage system? What are the requirements for the passage of sterile material outside the hospital (distribution to other healthcare facilities)?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

The spatial requirements for the VSVS (vertical storage system) are in the document no. 02 BOOK OF ROOMS, Sheet 3-1 CS

Vertical storage lift system

Storage of sterile material and special medical materials

Running through 4 floors of the building

Assume the storage of ca. 250m3 of materials (disposable materials and sets)

Furthermore it is described in chapter E 3 STERILE PROCESSING DEPARTMENT, subchapter 3.5 ZONE 5 – COMPLETION

and in the chapter E 13 OPERATIONAL FACILITIES OF THE BUILDING, 13.3.5. SPECIAL MEDICAL MATERIAL (SZM) AND SOLUTIONS, GENERAL MATERIAL (MTZ) AND MEDICINAL PRODUCTS

vertical storing lift system (VSVS) – for the operating theatres and central sterilization unit.

This technology should be used to reduce the space required for SZM and MTZ storing. About 190 m3 of material shall be stored. In the same VSVS, 640 pieces of screens with sterile tools shall also be stored (screen size: l x w x h = max. 600 x 270 x max. 220 mm). Six to eight 6-8 VSVSs should be used out of which only two shall be used for the screens storage

The route of the sterile material outside the building is described in chapter 13.3.7. STERILE INSTRUMENTS USED IN A SITE OUTSIDE THE BUILDING

Sterile instruments used in sites outside the building (e.g. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, external customers) are carried outside the central sterilization site by drivers in the shipping cases through the clean area of the ramp; daily in accordance with the timetable – one or more shipping cases per site. Unsterile instruments, i.e. above stated shipping cases full of used instruments, are brought from sites outside the building through the dirty area of the ramp; daily in accordance with the timetable. Drivers transport the shipping cases to the Central Sterilization site. Note: The so-called borrowed instrumentarium (unique instruments borrowed for individual operations in the site outside FN HK that first of all have to go through the full sterilization process) is brought in the same way. Sterile and unsterile instruments do not need any special rooms. It is convenient that in vicinity:

  • of the central sterilization dispatching area, there should be enough space for their putting out of service until they are taken away – 17 pcs.
  • of the central sterilization receiving area, there should be enough space for their putting out of service until they are taken for processing – 17 pcs.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 107

QUESTION:

What exactly means the term “information center at the entrance”? Is this a workplace occupied by a worker? Is it really necessary to have a worker each entrance?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

The information center is a reception desk occupied by a worker. Among other things, it also has an entrance control function. It is not necessary to occupy each entrance by a worker, but it has to be equipped with an information system, see chapter 9.1.1 of the competition brief and controlled by at least the camera system.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 106

QUESTION:

Is it possible to assign some parts of the imaging methods originally intended in the first stage (new building) to the OUM nest and implement it together with this nest?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

No, this solution is not appropriate. It is necessary to maintain the proposed structure, ie to divide the individual imaging modalities into both nests as required in the Competition Brief.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 105

QUESTION:

What does the “use of technical possibilities mean of 2PP” means? If increasing the usability of 2PP will be made possible by increasing this floor (by increasing the built-up area), will it still seem advantageous for the announcer?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

The current use of 2PP is not entirely clear from your proposal. If the 2PP is proposed, it is necessary to describe it more precisely and to justify it with regard to the overall costs of the construction.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 104

QUESTION:

Location of the nursery and the reception desk: in the middle (effective bed management) or right at the entrance to the department (overview)?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

From the point of view of the announcer, the efficiency of the bed service is preferred, at present the hospital is using the “middle” position for the nurses’.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 103

QUESTION:

Preferred width of corridors with beds. In the design, the minimal widths of the corridors were used to handle the lying patients (2400 / 3000mm in operation). What are the preferred and minimal widths from the point of view of the client in individual operations (jip, operating rooms, sleeping tract)?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

The proposal must respect the relevant regulations and standards. The announcer does not require any higher standard other than a standard and a decree of the minimum width of the corridor for manipulation with lying patients.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 102

QUESTION:

Does the announcer admit the possibility of accessing the 1PP for cars by under-passing the traffic junction south of the surgical center?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

Yes, this solution of the car entrance is possible.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 101

QUESTION:

Dimensions of supply cars. Is it possible to think of lower cars for the supply of a surgical pavilion (lower than Avia) due to the economy?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

At present, we cannot count on a lower supply car than the one specified in the competition.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 100

QUESTION:

Number of operating theater filters: The announcer requires a total of 6 filters to enter operating theaters. Can we reduce this number, for example, to 4 (2 for Stage 1, 2 for Stage 2 students)?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

The final number of input filters for operating theatres cannot be reduced. In stages, the filters can be created gradually, depending on the number of operating theatres created

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 99

QUESTION:

Can we merge patient inputs as well as JIP filters within a twin? Or must each sub-unit have access to the public corridor?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

The announcer does not exclude this option if the proposal is functional in terms of serviceability (operation of one JIP at the closure of the second JIP) and hygiene.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 98

QUESTION:

Would it be realistic to supply Bedrna Pavilion during the first stage (construction of a new building) from the entrance to interventional radiology?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

No, this solution is not acceptable.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 97

QUESTION:

Does the announcer allow placement of storage facility without kernel binding, serving specific traffic (ie using 2 cores to store warehouse-served function)? At least for stage 1?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

No, this solution is not appropriate due to the excessive extension of the material transport routes and material handling requirements.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 96

QUESTION:

Is it possible in some places to use the underground of Bedrna pavilion (next to the places that are now being used)?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

Yes, it is possible. However, it should be remembered that at present, Bedna pavilions underground is used as a technical and installation floor with reduced clear height.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 95

QUESTION:

By what means is the design of the shading system complicated (draft 2)?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

The announcer has a better experience with the operation and maintenance of shutters.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 94

QUESTION:

Is there a possibility of discrepancy in the size of the areas of rooms that are directly listed in the program?

Question delivered on 19. 9. 2017 in 23:57

ANSWER:

The room sizes shown in document 02 BOOK OF ROOMS, or in the Competition Brief, should be considered as ineligible. The announcer cannot use the room for its purpose if it is smaller than stated.

Answer published on 22. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 93

QUESTION:

Does the announcer insist on the location of only one washroom (scrub) in the operation theatre twin? Is it possible to design a separate washroom for each operating theatre, as is the case in the conserved operating theaters 1-4?

Question delivered on 18. 9. 2017 in 15:18

ANSWER:

The intent of the announcer is to pair theatres into “twins” to save space that can be shared within this “twin”, also in the case of surgical washing (scrub). The announcer prefers paired scrub for twin.

Answer published on 21. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 92

QUESTION:

Where will be the patient prepared for surgery?

Question delivered on 18. 9. 2017 in 15:18

ANSWER:

Pre-operative preparation of the patient takes place directly in the operating room. The announcer does not require setting up an operational preparation room.

Answer published on 21. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 91

QUESTION:

Part of the portfolio is to be filled withthe content of the table area and the cubature of the objects – document 12. In the detailed portfolio description is given the “Calculation of areas and volumes and investment costs – Completed Competition document No 12” Areas and volumes 2nd phase”, with the labeling of rooms according to layouts , divided into individual stages of construction for main objects as well as investment objects with commentary as necessary.”
There are two spreadsheets (one with room numbering and the other with investment costs). The portfolio is to be including both or only the second table (shorter).
Due to the number of rooms in the building and the requirement of the tables also in the English version (ie table 2x), provided that the tables are legible/readable, it is not possible to keep the required number of portfolio pages for one version. Is it possible to make the spreadsheet as a bilingual (ie merge the Czech and English versions). If the table with all room names is needed, is it possible increase the number of pages in the portfolio?

Question delivered on 18. 9. 2017 in 9:16

ANSWER:

Part of the portfolio should be filled in document No. 12 “Areas and Volumes 2nd phase” in full (both tables, preferably in both languages). The spreadsheets can be bilingual (ie merge the Czech and English versions). According to our assumptions, it is necessary to allocate 4 sheets (about 2400 rows in several columns) to the tables in the portfolio. If the competitor needs more than 4 sheets with the tables, it is possible to add the missing sheets for the tables.

Answer published on 21. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 90

QUESTION:

Are the formulas in the Investment Cost Table (document 12 “Areas and Volumes 2nd phase”) binding or can be modified to avoid illogical calculations over cells containing text.

Question delivered on 18. 9. 2017 in 9:16

ANSWER:

The formulas in the Investment Cost Table (document 12 “Areas and Volumes 2nd phase”) can be adjusted to avoid illogical calculations across cells containing text.

Answer published on 21. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 89

QUESTION

You answered that numbering of the rooms X00 should be on the floor only once. Unfortunately there can be more than 100 rooms on one floor. Can we extend numbering of the room with one or two digits (X000, etc. X0000).  For OCHAP numbering is divided by Units (1.1, 1.2, ..), here digit X has always only one Unit starting with 1 or numbering should be continues. If we will alwys start with number 1 then the answer in Additional information no. 88 will not work. (After taking off first two numbers room numbers will be repeted. )

Question delivered on 4. 9. 2017 in 8:50

ANSWER:

Yes it is possible to extend digits as you suggest. Main idea is to use same number of rooms also after competition in the case this will not work in your proposal for any reasons please make you proposal clear as possible.

Answer published on 6. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 88

QUESTION:

In document number 12 there is shown a way of numbering the rooms, according to our interpretation: eg 2 X01 – where the first number shows the operational use of the room, the position X is replaced by the floor number and continues with the order number of the room on that floor. Is it possible to extend this outlined model to a more detailed breakdown of operational use, eg 6.1 X01 – where 6 is the designation of the operational use of the room, in this case the “Standard Bed Units” followed by a subheading eg “Neurosurgery” and continue in a predetermined mode Floor and Room number)? (Similarly, a breakdown is made in OCHAP.)

Question delivered on 31. 8. 2017 in 15:29

 ANSWER:

Yes, this model can be extended by a more detailed breakdown of operational use and further to a predefined scheme.

For room numbering, due to the orientation of the experts and the jury, it is appropriate to follow the prefix number (eg 6.1) and the composite number X01 where X is the floor number (ground floor = 1NP = “1”) and “01” is the room number. The composite number is based on the information sheet 07 / BUILDING STANDARDS, Chapter 1.3.

When designing subsequent stages of the project documentation, the announcer assumes that only the composite number will be used for communication with the design team, the prefix will be used only for the evaluation of the design proposals. The compound number within the floor should not occur more than once.

Answer published on 1. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 87

QUESTION:

Is it possible to place on panels number 3,4 and 5 other additional diagrams, visual images or descriptions as per discretion of the participants or should the panel number 3,4 and 5 contain only the content specified in Competition conditions

Question delivered on 31. 8. 2017 in 15:29

ANSWER:

See Competition Conditions, as amended by the Invitation to participate in Phase II of the competition, chapter 6, subchapter 6.2.1 Graphic part – Panels for Phase II “PANEL 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 WILL CONTAIN PRIMARILY”.

The placing of other additional diagrams, visual images or descriptions is therefore as per discretion of the participants

Answer published on 1. 9. 2017


Additional information no. 86

QUESTION:

We ask for consideration to specify the physical model as an “input one”, ie the Announcer will prepare an surrounding model and the participants will supply a precisely specified model. This method leads to the best possible comparison of individual designs

Question delivered on 25. 8. 2017 in 15:00

ANSWER:

Due to the nature of the surrounding area and the variability of the size of the area solved, the jury decided on a unique model for the each competition proposal.

Answer published on 29. 8. 2017


Additional information no. 85

QUESTION:

In the brief is defined physical model of white material. Is it possible to combine white material with a transparent (for purposes of windows). Please, therefore, clarify the specification of the materials used in the model.

Question delivered on 25. 8. 2017 in 15:00

ANSWER:

The model is in the Competition Conditions, as per the Invitation to Phase 2 of the competition defined ” The model will be presented in uniform white colour.” The selection of a particular material, including a combination with a transparent material, is up to the contestant.

Answer published on 29. 8. 2017


Additional information no. 84

QUESTION:

We ask for consideration of a change in the brief for the presentation of proposals on panels: we think that perspective shots and schematics explaining operational continuity have a greater descriptive value for design than axonometric and orthogonal views. We propose to cancel the axonometric and orthogonal views and replace them with a larger number of views at the discretion of the contestants.

Question delivered on 25. 8. 2017 in 15:00

ANSWER:

Space for presenting designs in the form of perspective shots and schematics explaining operational continuity is defined

On panels 1 and 2 defined in the Competition Conditions, as per the Invitation to Phase 2 of the competition:

6.2.1 Graphic Part – Panels for Phase II

PANEL 1 WILL CONTAIN PRIMARILY:

paragraph B

„Circulation diagram of users and supply (patients, visitors, staff , all types of deliveries and ambulances arrival and parking in the final phase) in-between the departments in split open isometric overview and possible other schematic displays describing the proposal“

PANEL 2 WILL CONTAIN PRIMARILY:

paragraph C

„Depiction of the 4 exterior sketches / perspectives of the design and 2 interior sketches / perspectives of the design per the discretion of the participant“

paragraph E

„Additional diagrams, visual images or descriptions as per the discretion of the participants“;

And for the portfolio of the design defined in the Competition Conditions, as per the Invitation to Phase 2 of the competition:

6.2.2 Portfolio of the Competition Design – Stage II

PORTFOLIO WILL CONTAIN PRIMARILY:

paragraph D

D Operational diagrams – included in the text or presented separately

D.a

Schematic display of individual stages of construction and method of connecting the new structure to the Emergency, Interventional Radiology etc. buildings in the course of reconstruction of the Bedrna pavilion

D.b

Schematic display of circulation of the users and material (patients, visitors, personnel, all types of material and technical supply and arrival and parking of ambulance vehicles) between services/departments in split/open isometric overview

D.c

Schematic display of the proposed structural solution of the objects of Surgical Center

D.d

Schematic display of the floors with the operating theatres, the ICU, the recovery unit, and a colour

coded diagram of the public and non-public spaces (see chapter D11 of the Competition Brief), so that the hygienic regimes (especially staff changing to the theatre and ICU clothes). It is necessary for the proposal to show transfer points between these workplaces

D.e

Shematic display of the logistics of the affected part of the hospital complex in all stages including plan for transportation and parking and possible relocation of the MTZ storage areas if proposed, with written description of the proposed solution

D.f

Schematic display of the functionality of the heliport during all the stages of Surgical Centre.

It is possible to add to the portfolio of the design other additional diagrams, visual images or descriptions as per the discretion of the participants

Answer published on 29. 8. 2017


Additional information no. 83

QUESTION:

Is the dislocation of the operating theatres fixed, as in the assignment? This especially is about the JDCH, where it is supposed to be moved back after the Bedna Pavilion completion.

Question delivered on 25. 8. 2017 in 15:00

ANSWER:

Assignment of operating theaters to individual competencies, including JDCH, is a proposal of the Announcer that will not be strictly required. However, the announcer insists on:

  • construction of operating theatres No. 13-21 in the annex
  • preservation of operating theatres No. 1 – 4 in the Bedrna pavilion (the announcer envisages the preservation of these already renovated theatres)

As stated in the competition document 01 COMPETITION BRIEF Chapter E2 Operating Theatres. The location of other theatres in the annex or the Bedrna pavilion is at the discretion of the competitor, ie it is not necessary for the JDCH operating rooms to be located in the Bedrna Pavilion. It is important to maintain the functional links and, as far as possible, the shortest transport routes.

Answer published on 29. 8. 2017


Additional information no. 82

QUESTION:

The OAV also includes the green zone UROL. What are the requirements for the transport of sterile material? There is no material filter in the Book of Rooms and there is no requirement for a clean and unclean lift from Sterile processing dept. Would the announcer appreciate the direct outlet of the clean and unclean Sterile processing dept. lift into the green zone of the OAV?

Question delivered on 25. 8. 2017 in 11:49

ANSWER:

The announcer expects that the OAV will need a functional link with the Central Sterilization Unit, both for the UROL green zone and for the 3 interventional operation rooms. The method of supplying the OAV is not specified by the announcer in greater detail. Direct outflow of clean and unclean elevator from Central sterilization into the green zone of the OAV is a possible solution.

Answer published on 29. 8. 2017


Additional information no. 81

QUESTION:

Is it suitable to design two express entrances to Operating theatres? For example one for ICU placed in Surgical Center and the second one for ICU in building No. 50? Or is it preferable to have only one express entrance despite the longer distances from ICU?

Question delivered on 18. 8. 2017 in 14:37 CEST

 ANSWER:

Number of the express entrances to Operating theatres is on the discretion of the competitor. Announcer is open to the idea of more express entrances, especially if it shortens the distances for the transport of the express patients.

Answer published on 22. 8. 2017


Additional information no. 80

QUESTION:

We have not found out whether it is possible to change or add participants and authors for the second phase of the competition. Assuming that the authors of the first and also the second phase satisfy the conditions.

Question delivered on 18. 8. 2017 in 14:37 CEST

 ANSWER:

It is only possible to add participants and authors for the second phase of the competition.

Answer published on 22. 8. 2017


Additional information no. 79

QUESTION:

Question about the layout of the ICU department – In both the competition documents and Additional Information No. 31 it was stated that JIP cardio surgery 12 beds and neurosurgery 10 beds must be accessible from the operating wing without the use of an elevator. For the remaining two JIP 12 (neurosurgery + surgery) and JIP 10 (cardio surgery + orthopaedic), this information was not provided. If the internal vertical links within the JIP are assured – is it possible for the twin to be designed at two levels, with the two departments, which mentioned the necessity of transportation from operating theatres without a lift, will be located on the floor of the operating wing?

Question delivered on 15. 8. 2017 in 9:15 CEST

 ANSWER:

Yes, this solution is permissible, but the announcer, for operational and economic reasons, significantly prefers placing all ICUs on a single storey, on the floor of the operating tract.

Dividing a twin into two floors is economically less advantageous, but acceptable, and only possible when fulfilling the following prerequisites:

Between the intensive care units placed above each other, there will be a staircase for the movement of staff, so that the staff may not have to change during a twin shift. The staircase can be shared by all four intensive care units; The stairway does not have a junction to the outside of the intensive care unit, it is permissible to enter it into the operative tract.

Intensive care units placed on top of each other will be connected by a lift to transfer patients because patients on ICU located on the floor of the operating tract are usually transposed to a second ICU within a twin. The lift can be shared by all four intensive care units; The lift does not have a access to the outside of the intensive care unit, its access is allowed to enter the operating wing.

Answer published on 15. 8. 2017


Additional information no. 78

QUESTION:

If the recommendations mentioned in the comments of the jury are of such a nature that they affect not only the layout of the interior space but also the overall volume of the proposal submitted in the first round of the competition, the emphasis on preferences is more aimed on the original solution or the recommendations which may result in a significant change in the character of the design for the second round?

Question delivered on 15. 8. 2017 in 9:15 CEST

 ANSWER:

The emphasis on preferences is more aimed on the recommendations of the jury for the Phase 2 of the competition

Answer published on 15. 8. 2017


Additional information no. 77

QUESTION:

What are the main reasons for the requirement of compiling the ICUs (JIP) to the “twins”

Question delivered on 11. 8. 2017 at 16:34 CEST

 

ANSWER:

Combining intensive care units into twins has operational-economic reasons. Twins share some specialized rooms, medical equipment and staff. See Competition Brief, Chapter E 5 JIP, Closer 5.1 CAPACITIES: “In architectural terms, the required solution is in the form of two pairs: each pair composed of one ten-bed and one twelve-bed intensive care unit. These pairs can share certain spaces – see competition document ‘Book of Rooms’.” For example, a twin should be a minor surgery operating room, a multifunctional / conference room.

Typically, individual ICUs are operated autonomously, but in some situations the twin can be operated together – the twin is always predominantly determined by one of the specialties (cardiac surgery, neurosurgery). The twin format is advantageous in terms of staff movement at the clinic, staffing and instrumentation (for example, if patient resuscitation is needed), sharing certain defined rooms, etc. Twinning arrangements provide the announcer with greater flexibility, with this arrangement the announcer has a practical experience confirming the benefits of this arrangement.

Answer published on 15. 8. 2017


Additional information no. 76

CORRECTION OF THE COMPETITION DOCUMENT No. 11:

In the competition document No. 11 – „11_PLOCHY A KUBATURY I FAZE – AREAS AND VOLUMES 1ST PHASE.xlsx“ is in the Czech version of the document corrected the sheet “Plochy a kubatury I. fáze“ (Areas and volumes 1st phase) lines 55, 56, 57, 58, 59 and 60

 

under the line 54 is added new line “Spodní stavba, základy“ (Substructure, groundwork)

under the line 56 is added new line “Plochy střech celkem“ (Surfaces of all the roofs)

the line 58 is now named “Součet ploch a objemů“ (Sum of surfaces and volumes)

the meaning of the lines 55, 56, 57, 58, 59 a 60 is changed accordingly:

To the cells in the line 60, also in the English version, is added the formula for sum of the areas and volumes

The document No. 11 as amended by Additional Information No. 76, is attached to this additional information

Answer published on 21. 6. 2017

11_PLOCHY A KUBATURY I FAZE dle DI 76 – AREAS AND VOLUMES 1ST PHASE acc AI 76


Additional information no. 75

We would like to draw the attention of the contestants to the fact that on 5th and 6th of July is a national holiday so the Law office will be closed and also the delivery services will be on this dates limited!

Submission of competition designs for Stage I

Competition designs for Stage I can be submitted on any working day between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., and on the final day of the deadline from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the law office at the address:

Karo, Lašmanský & Partners s.r.o.,
Law office
Klimentská 1216/46
110 00, Prague 1

The final deadline for submission of the competition
design in Stage I of the competition, i.e. the end of the
competition deadline, is 7. 7. 2017 at 2:00 p.m. CEST.

Competition design has to be delivered to
PRAHA CITY CENTRE, 2nd floor, REGUS reception

Additional information published on 21. 6. 2017


Your questions and requests for an explanation of the competition conditions send to the email address of the competition secretary: kovacevic@moba.name.

Sending questions is possible until 9. 6. 2017.

The questions, without revealing the identity of who is asking, and the answers will be published here (and at the profile of the announcer).


Additional information no. 74

QUESTION:

Is the location of multiple Wards on one floor due to exclusion from the competition, although the solution can bring other economic and operational advantages than the need for a doctor to walk 1 floor up or down in case of stairs or use a lift (1 doctor on 4 bed units on 2 floors in Berdrna Pavilion), which is usually the shortest way? Does this mean that the physician in charge of the night shift takes care of 110 patients predominantly in the postoperative state?

Question delivered on 14. 6. 2017 in 11:40

 ANSWER:

No, placing multiple Wards on one floor is not a reason to exclude the design from the competition. See also Additional Information 46
The physician in charge of a night shift takes care of a maximum of 90 patients not only in the postoperative state.
When compiling the competition documents, locating the Standard Wards for the contracting authority was the most difficult task. The aim of the announcer is at least:
– maintain a close physical link between Emergency and TRAUMA,
– physically bring nearer departments with alike or close professions (ORTO with RH + TRAUMA, HCH with KCH and CHIR),
– to minimize the distance between Standard wards that belong to the same clinic or will be in “dominant management” (see picture, based on Diagram 17a, same color = same clinic) – doctors of this clinic have night shifts in this departments,
– Separate children’s departments from others so as to avoid unnecessary disturbance between adults and children,
– reduce as many as possible the number of bed-places that will have to move somewhere after the reconstruction of Bedrna pavilion,
All in accordance with hospital hygiene rules.

Answer published on 16. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 73

QUESTION:

In the text of the competition conditions, part E p. 38 is stated: “some of the departments and services that will work in the new building during the Bedrna Pavilion reconstruction will be moved back.” The announcer knows about a particular workplace, for which this case necessarily occurs, or it depends on a situation that could arise according to the particular proposal?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

The announcer knows that this will happen. From the point of view of the final arrangement, the placement of some workplaces in the temporary position would not be optimal, especially due to the link to building No. 50 (eg the TRAUMA Bed Ward).

Standard Wards and Clinic Facilities that will move from a new building to Bedrna’s pavilion after the Bedna’s pavilion reconstruction are apparent from a comparison of Diagram 30 showing transition allocation with Diagram 25 showing the final phase allocation.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 72

QUESTION:

In the text, it is expected that the part of the building program of new building can only be completed in the last phase (eg, a Recovery Unit, one twin JIP, etc. – Diagram B). Does the completion of these parts in the first stage (for example because of funding or personnel causes, etc.), or is it only a possibility to complete these parts in the last stage?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

The extension volume should be optimally big so that the hospital services can be maintained during the transitional period, and in the final phase the whole surgical center was effectively used – building surplus capacities in the extension and unfulfilling the capacity of reconstructed pavilion of Academic Bedrna would be ineffective. In Chapter E17 TRANSIENT PERIOD AND MAINTAINING THE CONNECTIONS, and in Diagram B, THE SURGICAL CENTRE IN THE TRANSIENT PHASE indicates the minimum required status of completed (operational) parts and departments. Completion of other parts and departments in the previous stages is at the discretion of the competitor.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 71

QUESTION:

What are the other visions of the development of the area around the competition area – especially on the south of it? Only warehouses and service buildings?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

The development of the area south of the extension area is currently designated as a development area for the possible location of the parking capacities, in case the competition proposal is not placed on the base of the building, see chapter D 6 COMPETITION SITE, section AREA FOR POTENTIAL USE FOR PARKING ARRANGEMENT – OUTSIDE OF THE EXPANSION SITE.

In the event that these areas are not used as part of the CHC upgrading, the announcer does not consider a future use other than today (warehouses and service buildings) for a further 20 years.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 70

QUESTION:

Is it possible in the future to transform the cargo gate on the Hospital Street as a regular free access to the Faculty Hospital, similar to the main gateway (eg in the context of the completion of the Charles University campus and ensuring the permeability of the territory)?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

Yes, that is possible.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 69

QUESTION:

It is not possible to read precisely the Bedrna Pavilion construction system from the provided documents – specifically the ceilings. There is only a dashed line in the “02 construction in the view”. Is it the bottom side of the beams? Is it possible to describe the construction? Or, is a construction-technical survey or the original static calculation of the pavilion available? Does building meet current requirements?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

The existing building consists of a steel skeleton with a masonry envelope. The ceiling structure consists of I-profiles, Trapezoidal metal sheet and concrete slab. Partitions are brick or wall. Plasterboard (newer building modifications). Thickness of the floor structure is 100 mm (to the construction of the ceiling slab). The announcer provides as part of this additional information a part of the drawings from the archive documentation, see priloha DI_69_Nosna konstrukce PAB – attachment AI_69_Bedrna Pavillion structure. The dashed line at the “02 construction in the view” layer marks the bottom edge of the steel beam. Whether the building meets the current / new requirements is by the competitor’s assessment.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 68

QUESTION:

What are the limitations of the construction height (now and even after 2020)? Now is the building in the “5 or more floor” zone – Is there any maximum level limitation?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

According to the Land-use plan, drawing „The spatial arrangement of the area“ is the area classified into the zone “Development with 5 and more storeys above ground”. No maximum height of the building or other height regulation is specified in this location. In the draft of the future Land-use plan of Hradec Králové, in the drawing of Urbanistic concept is the site in the area with the code O / 8 – Type of structure of the building “Open” / Maximal height “8”. Therefore, it can be assumed that even after 2020 no lower height level of the site will be set in this locality than the level of the existing Pavilion of Academic Bedrna, ie 8 above-ground floors.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 67

QUESTION:

Is it possible to find the Q100 flood range? Is the competition site within the flood plain? Would it not be appropriate to respect, for example, the highest flood level instead of flood height Q100 (in this case, we ask for relevant data)?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

According to the Water Act 254/2001 Coll. For a natural flood: The declared flooded area (Q100, Q20, Q5, the active zone) does not interfere with the FN HK area. Along the watercourse there is a protective dam that protects the whole site from more than “100year water”. In attachment to this additional information, priloha DI_67_Zaplavove uzemi a ochrana – attachment AI_67_Flood zone and Protection provides the announcer the plan of the floodplain of the Elbe river in the locality of FN HK. Furthermore, pursuant to the Water Act 254/2001 Coll. For an unnatural flood: After the breakwater of the water reservoir Rozkoš, the FNHK will be flooded up to a maximum of 0.9 m. The announcer further states that in the FN HK areal are not the measures for unnatural flooding considered.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 66

QUESTION:

In the Book of Rooms, Imaging Methods Wing, for each device are specially demanded the staff toilets and the cleaning room facility. Is it possible to associate this facility, for example, with the whole nest and reduce the number of toilets and cleaning rooms?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

The solution of the toilets of the staff and the cleaning rooms is described in the document 02 BOOK OF ROOMS, which specifies which parts of the workplace can be addressed “within the larger department” or “together for …”. The announcer plans to share these rooms for functional twins, in the case of a clear construction link, the announcer permits its sharing between multiple Imaging Methods. It is necessary to design a sufficient number of employees’ toilets in relation to the number of staff and to ensure a reasonable distance. The specific solution is at the discretion of the competitor.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 65

QUESTION:

In the book of rooms for imaging methods, a waiting room (for walking patients) is considered for the whole nest, but also with other waiting rooms for individual MR and CT devices. Is it possible to cancel the “second order” waiting area for individual MR and CT devices?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

The announcer demands the stand-alone waiting rooms as stated in the Competition Documents 01 COMPETITION BRIEF in Chapter E8 Imaging Methods Wing and in the document 02 BOOK OF ROOMS, ie they are to be designed:

– waiting rooms for CT functional twin (1x for lying, 1 for walking patients)

– CT interventions waiting room (1x for lying, 1x for walking patients)

– MR twin waiting rooms (1x for lying, 1 for walking patients)

– waiting room at the hospitalization nest + OUM for 60 walking and 7 lying patients (shared by UZ functional twin, RTG functional twin and Skiascopy)

– waiting room for 60 walking patients in ambulatory nest (shared for twin UZ patients and RTG patients)

– an ambulatory nest waiting room for 10 children with accompaniment (shared by the twin UZ patients and RTG patients)

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 64

QUESTION:

Is it possible to use the existing area of MTZ warehouses only to relocate the current car park or also to place parking for Surgery Center?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

See chapter D 12 PARKING AND TRAFFIC STRATEGY paragraph TRAFFIC SOLUTION FOR THE COMPETITION BRIEF: ” It is appropriate to use an elevated basement or a technical floor on the terrain in the proposed new buildings in order to solve the parking spaces; they should be of roughly 170 parking spaces.” and “In order to manage the traffic for solving the parking spaces, the plot no.725/13 can be used“

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 63

QUESTION:

It is not possible to read precisely the Bedrna Pavilion absolute height of the relative elevation +-0.000. Can you provide it?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

In the available documentation, the is dimension + -0,000 = 232,06 m above sea level. For the next phase of the competition will the announcer provide more precise geodetic data if necessary.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 62

QUESTION:

Currently, the hospital area is bounded by a fence with controlled enter. Is it possible that this regime will be changed in the future and the hospital will go to a completely open system?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

The sponsor prefers the boundary of the campus with a controlled fence and for the future allows the possibility of interconnection of the FN HK campus with the campus of Charles University. The announcer currently does not work with idea of the opening of the north, west and south side.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 61

QUESTION:

Diagram 3 shows the precession of the ervice corridor in front of all entry into the outpatient clinics, which has its advantages (privacy for bed patients) as well as disadvantages (area demand, possibly chaotic). Is this a strict requirement?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 17:35 CEST

 ANSWER:

This is not a strict requirement, but the announcer prefers this solution due to the operational separation of waiting patients from ambulance staff and to ensure patient on the bed intimacy.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 60

QUESTION:

Is it possible to use sliding doors?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 22:40 CEST

 ANSWER:

Automatic sliding doors are suitable in those entrances to the surgical center, which are subject to a large movement of persons (eg outpatient tract), in corridors where transport of patients on a bed or cart is assumed. Inside the center are also suitable in the operating theater zone and other areas with the highest hygiene requirements.

Hand-operated sliding doors can be used, for example, to enter WCs or Patient Bathrooms on Standard Wards and are not suitable for places where beds or carts often pass (high risk of damage to unsealed doors). When designing this door, consideration should be given to the issue of noise or odor spread. The in-wall sliding door is not suitable for health/cleaning reasons. Note: In the case of automatic or manual sliding doors, it is necessary to install protective pillars to protect damage to frames and glass door panels, the automatic sliding door must be able to be locked in a fully open or fully closed position.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 59

QUESTION:

Prevent suicide attempt by patients – Please explain this point in detail?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 22:40 CEST

 ANSWER:

It is an attempt by which the patient tries to commit a suicide (for example by jumping from a height).

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 58

QUESTION:

Will there be an Emergency Department for the surgical center?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 22:40 CEST

 ANSWER:

No. The Surgery Center will use the current Emergency Department in pavilion 50.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 57

QUESTION:

How many lifts are used for service and how many elevators are allocated for public use?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 22:40 CEST

 ANSWER:

There are two passenger elevators and four bed elevators in the Academic Bedrna pavilion, besides the eastern entrance to the pavilion, there is also another bed lift linking only 1st floor and 2nd floor. All lifts are used for service as well as for the public.
The requirements of the announcer for lifts see the description in the competition 01 COMPETITION BRIEF in Chapter E9 PUBLIC SPACES, RESTAURANT AND SHOPPING ZONE. The location and number of lifts is at the discretion of the competitor.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 56

QUESTION:

How much is the surgical center floor for patients?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 22:40 CEST

 ANSWER:

See Competition document 01 COMPETITION BRIEF, Chapter E2 OS OPERATING THETRES paragraph E 2.10 CAPACITIES: ” At present, in the central operating theatres, 6,094 operations are performed per year. Other surgical disciplines that will be included in the new surgery wing performed 7,103 operations per year, making a total of 13,197 surgical operations per year. On a daily basis, the average number of operations is up to 70.”

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 55

QUESTION:

For CCH, the code is the same as CHC, where CCH is shown in Chart 17 and 18

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 23:00 CEST

 ANSWER:

The abbreviation CCH means “vascular surgery”.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 54

QUESTION:

The announcer requests the elimination of inappropriate traffic crossings with ambulance cars. Is it possible to describe how the collision-free passage of ambulance cars (the way of measures, localization) is ensured on the premises today?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 at 22:30 CEST

 ANSWER:

Ambulance cars share roads with other road users, their operation is not separated. In the urgent case they may use a special blue warning light, possibly accompanied by a special audible warning sign. In a small space, there should not be a mix of ambulance transport to transport patients supplying the surgical center and the personal cars of patients / employees – it is best to place a car park reserved for ambulance cars somewhere other than the arrival for the supply and the staff of the surgical center. At all phases of the construction and reconstruction of the surgical center, the minimization of the ambulance car transport mix with the heavy construction traffic must be ensured (for the construction of the building, the announcer foresees the use of a cargo gateway)

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 53

QUESTION:

Paragraph E 6 Standard ward 6.1. Allocation and structure of standard wards “The hospital requires the construction of a total of 16 standard wards. Of these, 12 wards will have 25 beds and 4 wards will have 30 beds.

There will be 8 wards (4x 25 beds + 4x 30 beds) in the new building, while the remaining 8 stations will be allocated in the current Bedrna pavilion (8x 25 beds, two of them will be the wards for children)

Location of standard wards in each building will be on 4 consecutive floors (see diagram 17)

The bed wards are organised in a “U“-shape”

What is the meaning of (4x 25 beds + 4x 30 beds)

Do you mean four times Which can be distributed on two floors or on the same floor

Question delivered on 10. 6. 2017 at 22:45 CEST

 ANSWER:

4x 25 beds + 4x 30 beds = 8 Standard Bed Wards should be located in a new building – extension (see diagram 17a). The remaining 8 Standard Bed Wards should be located in the existing Academic Bedrna Pavilion – 8x 25 beds. Wards should be located on 4 floors above each other.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 52

QUESTION:

What does the following code mean? AIDS and ev

Question delivered on 10. 6. 2017 at 23:00 CEST

 ANSWER:

It is the plural of the word “aid” – aids, “ev” is an abbreviation for eventually.

Answer published on 14. 6. 2017



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Additional information no. 51

QUESTION:

Will be the photos and videos of inaccessible spaces for public including the Bedrna pavilion basement, as promised at a seminar, published?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 in15:00

ANSWER:

Videos of public inaccessible spaces, including Bedrna pavilion, and including a seminar record, are published in the Site Visit section of the http://nextlevelfnhk.cz/site-visit/

Answer published 13. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 50

QUESTION:

Is it necessary to have daylight in the UREX, UROLOGY ENDOSCOPY, UROLOGY, URODYNAMICS as shown in the charts in the book of rooms?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 in13:20

ANSWER:

Operation in the intervention rooms UREX, ENDOSKOPY, LERV, URODYNAMICS has the same character in terms of the presence of workers and demands for daylighting as the operating rooms – daylighting does not need to be here, the windows drawn in the charts in the book of the room are not required. If the windows are designed, the announcer draws attention to the need to shield radiation from the radiological medical technology in the UREX and LERV rooms.

The Diagrams 8, 10, 12 and 14 on the sheet 1-1-2_OCHAP OAV_DIAGRAMS in the Book of Rooms are important for the design of the UROL workplace. Diagram 7 shows the current layout of the UREX workstation and is not important for the design.

Answer published 13. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 49

QUESTION:

Direct entrance from the meeting room (auditorium) to the AESCULAP room and to the practice room is required (see the competition page 91 – the rooms should be “well connected” to the lecture hall)?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 in13:20

ANSWER:

Direct entrance from the meeting room (auditorium) to the AESCULAP room and the practice room is at the discretion of the competitor. The announcer, however, “envisages the parallel operation of two training courses consisting of theoretical instruction in one room and practical training in the other room, ie with four rooms”.

Announcer for refinement adds that direct entry is not a prerequisite, but it is advantageous because the teaching of two different student groups will be organized in such a way that:

  1. A) one theoretical lesson will take place in the first part of the lecture hall and its students will switch to practical training in the AESCULAP room
  2. B) the second theoretical instruction will take place in the second part of the lecture hall and its listeners will switch to practical lessons in the practice room

The theoretical and practical lessons for a group of students will alternate several times a day in the context of day-long learning, including the necessity to move between the lecture hall and the AESCULAP room / practice room.

Answer published 13. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 48

QUESTION:

In Diagram C, the Infocenter is shown both in box E9 (Patient Information Center) and in Box E1 (Information Center Administrative Zone). Is this the same function and space, or will there be two infocentres in the building with a different links?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 in14:30

ANSWER:

There are two different infocentres with different functions. See the relevant chapters of the competition

  1. E 9 PUBLIC SPACES, RESTAURANT AND SHOPPING ZONE paragraph 9.9 PATIENTS’ INFORMATION CENTRE FOR PUBLIC and
  2. E 1 OCHAP OUTPATIENT SURGERY DEPARTMENT paragraph E 1.5.1 INFORMATION CENTRE (IC) a E 9 PUBLIC SPACES, RESTAURANT AND SHOPPING ZONE paragraph 9.1.1 PATIENT ENTRANCE TO THE SURGICAL CENTRE

Answer published 13. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 47

QUESTION:

In the video on the homepage of nextlevelfnhk.cz, Ing. Bartosova demands to keep Central Control Room in its place, in diagrams A and B, the CCR is in a new building. Is it at the discretion of the competitor?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 in14:30

 ANSWER:

The location of the central control room is at the discretion of the competitor. Within all stages, it is necessary to maintain “functionality”. In the video for Phase Two – Preparatory: “… it is necessary to maintain the operation of the Optical Center, which is located in Pavilion of Academic Bedrna, and it is necessary to maintain the operation of the central control room, a technical infrastructure also located here. This is Phase Two – Preparatory. ”

Answer published 13. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 46

QUESTION:

Must the standard bed wards in the new building be divided into 4 floors? Due to the size of the land for a new building, it would be possible to place more than 2 bed wards in one storey. The continuity of the Bedrna pavilion would also be secured on one floor, with a larger number of beds / bed wards, while other LO would only be in the pavilion of Academia Bedrna.

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 in14:30

 ANSWER:

The division of the Standard Wards is described in the chapter E 6 STANDARD WARDS paragraph 6.1 ALLOCATION AND STRUCTURE OF STANDARD WARDS as follows “Location of standard wards in each building will be on 4 consecutive floors (see diagram 17) “ and in the paragraph 6.2 CONNECTION OF THE BEDRNA PAV ILION AND THE NEW BUILDING as follows “From the Bedrna pavilion, the staff needs to access the new building on each floor without the use of a lift (during night shifts, one doctor will take care of patients in both buildings)”

Answer published 13. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 45

QUESTION:

In the competition documents, another (larger) territory is marked than in the DWG. I assume that the use of the larger territory concerned according to the assignment, eg for possible landscaping will not lead to exclusion.

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 in14:30

ANSWER:

Yes. It won’t lead to exclusion from the competition.

Answer published 13. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 44

QUESTION:

In the competition documents there is a slightly vaguely expressed number of ICUs to be in the new building and reconstruction. There is one twin in the book of rooms; in chapter E.5 it is required to construct 4 new JIP departments (2 twins) and in answer to question 31, it is solved for only one twin. In addition, in the Answer 31, I see a contradiction in the determination of links, when JIP KCH is not allowed to use lifts from the OS, and several lines below require “assembled on top of the other” on OS – which means, I suppose, a location on another floor.

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 in14:30

 ANSWER:

The number of intensive care units is described in chapter E 5 INTENSIVE CARE paragraph 5.1 CAPACITY as follows The capacity of the newly constructed jip will be as follows:

  • 2x 10-bed intensive care unit
  • 2x 12-bed intensive care unit

In architectural terms, the required solution is in the form of two pairs: each pair composed of one ten-bed and one twelve-bed intensive care unit. These pairs can share certain spaces – see competition document ‘Book of Rooms’.

In the competition document “BOOK OF ROOMS”, a twin is described in the “5-1 JIP twin” sheet, two twins are to be built in the CHC – 44 beds will be created in the entire CHC.

By the term “assembled on top of the other “, the announcer means direct building interconnection (doors) within a floor without the use of an elevator, not a location on another floor.

Answer published 13. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 43

QUESTION:

Is it indeed required to strictly divide in the WC rooms from the bathrooms and make the bathroom as barrier-free in the sense of designation. 492/2006 Coll. Can’t these rooms be combined in one?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 in13:50 CEST

 ANSWER:

As part of the Standard Ward, the separate WC and bathroom are required by the announcer in the case of double and triple rooms. For single rooms the WC and the bathroom are connected.

By requiring barrier-free status in this case, the announcer thinks that WCs and bathrooms should be accessible without the use of door thresholds, ie without barriers, and it should be considered wirth the fact that patients will move with crutches. This WC and this Bathroom will not be used by wheelchair users.

For patients on a wheelchair, the announcer assumes the use of the “Handicapped Single Room”, which is part of each Ward and which must be designed in accordance with the regulations applicable to equipment for persons with reduced mobility (currently, in particular, Decree No. 398/2009 Coll. ). In addition, the sponsor asks the standard RH + TRAUMA Standard Ward department for WC to be also a facility for people with reduced mobility, with the higher space requirements of the WC being compensated for by the absence of the bathrooms in double and triple rooms (patients will use two Assisted Baths) Book of Rooms, Sheet 6-2 25 BED, Column N.

Answer published 13. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 42

QUESTION:

In the Book of Rooms in the 6-1 30 BED specification, only 3 WCs and 3 bathrooms are required for 7 double rooms but in the Location column is written: for each room. Is this a mistake and is required a toilet and a bathroom for each room?

Question delivered on 9. 6. 2017 in13:50 CEST

 ANSWER:

In the document BOOK OF ROOMS, in sheet 6-1 30 BED there is a mistake in lines 8 and 9. The announcer corrects the number in the row 8 WCs for a WC FOR (STANDARD DOUBLE) and 9 BATHROOM FOR (STANDARD DOUBLE) from “3” to “7” (Bathroom and WC “for each room”)

Please see attached picture

Answer published 13. 6. 2017



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Additional information no. 41

QUESTION:

In book of rooms document, in the paragraph STANDARD BED WARD – 25 beds and STANDARD BED WARD, 30 POSITIONS, ROOM (STANDARD TRIPLE) Did you mean to triple the number?

Question delivered on 7. 6. 2017 in 00:00 CEST

 ANSWER:

No. The triple room has three beds. The number of rooms in the Standard Bed Ward should correspond with the number specified in the BOOK OF ROOMS, ie:

  1. Standard Bed Ward – 30 beds (applies to bed rooms in column B in Diagram 17a in document 01 Competition Brief): 4x triple, 7x double, 3x single, 1x single handicapped.
  2. Standard Bed Ward – 25 beds (for beds in columns A, C and D in Diagram 17a in document 01 Competition Brief): 3x triple, 6x double, 3x single, 1x single handicapped; Note: The Standard Bed Ward RH + TRAUMA should have different bathrooms and WCs than the other departments – see BOOK OF ROOMS

Answer published 9. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 40

QUESTION:

In book of rooms document, in the paragraph STANDARD BED WARD – 25 beds and STANDARD BED WARD, 30 POSITIONS – There are no big rooms, for example: rooms for six beds?

Question delivered on 7. 6. 2017 in 00:00 CEST

 ANSWER:

Yes, there is no need. No larger rooms, such as rooms with six beds, are not required within the Standard Bed Ward, the largest bed room has three beds – see Additional Information 41.

Answer published 9. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 39

QUESTION:

For DJ and JIP, the location of the two sections will be on the same floor as the surgery center?

Question delivered on 7. 6. 2017 in 00:00 CEST

ANSWER:

The DJ Recovery Unit and its connection id described in the chapter E 4 DJ paragraph E 4.1 Recovery Unit “The placement of the recovery unit is in close proximity to the operating theatres; the hospital assumes structural connection between the surgery wing and the DJ.” and in Chapter Connections within the Centre and towards the Other hospital sites, where it is stated that the Recovery Unit should be mounting on the Surgical Wing within the same floor. For the sake of complete information , the announcer adds that if the design of the Operating Theater zone will be on more adjacent floors (see Additional information No. 35), the Recovery Unit needs to be built in the same floors – splitting the Recovery Unit into multiple floors is, due to the higher number Of the necessary staff, inadmissible.

For location of JIP please see Additional information no. 31

Answer published 9. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 38

QUESTION:

Did you mean that the guidance is distributed in this way for the lighting to be East and West? Please see the attached picture.

Question delivered on 7. 6. 2017 in 00:00 CEST

ANSWER:

The volumes and orientation of the Standard wards are up to the competitor. The needed connections, locations and joining are stated in the competition documents, chapters E 2 OPERATING THEATRES article E 2.11 FUNCTIONAL FLOWS, E 6 STANDARD WARD article 6.1 ALLOCATIONS OF STANDARD WARDS, E 6.2 CONNECTIONS OF THE BEDRNA PAVILION AND THE NEW BUILDING and chapter E 16 CONNECTIONS WITHIN THE CENTRE AND TOWARDS THE OTHER HOSPITAL SITES.

Answer published 9. 6. 2017



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Additional information no. 37

QUESTION:

Expected costs are for new building at 6500, -CZK / m3, for reconstruction of Bedrna pavilion for only 5000, -CZK / m3. In particular, the latter value is approx. 40% under the RTS standards, and the announcer also includes a part of the medical equipment in the estimated price (see additional information no. 24). What is the basis for this optimistic estimate of investment costs? Will the examiner use the above-mentioned cost of built-up enclosed space when evaluating criterion 8.1.d? Competitors do not give their price data in the first round, so there is no possibility to specify this price for the space.

Question delivered on 5. 6. 2017 in 17:30 CEST

ANSWER:

The calculation of investment costs for construction and reconstruction was based mainly on the “Methodology for calculating construction costs for health facilities in the Czech Republic” published by the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic and the estimated volume of new building and reconstruction of Bedrna pavilion – see additional information No. 10. The investment costs given by participant are One of the criteria for evaluating the competition proposal.

Answer published 8. 6. 2017



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Additional information no. 36

QUESTION:

In the competition document she talks about the possibility of designing the surgical center so that the theaters of operations as pairs arranged, and that the area of entry of employees is through a special entry area, but – Is the area of entry inclusive of all operational theaters, ie, the area of entry of staff, doctors and nurses, so that more important later are distributed to theaters of operations, or that a special entry area must be created for each of the theaters of operations?

I mean the area of entry (the area where medical clothing and shoes are changed)

ANSWER:

The entry of personnel into the surgical center (including personnel in operating theaters) in the sense of changing rooms is described in Chapter E 12 Central Staff Changing Rooms.
The personnel of the operating theaters, after being dressed from civilian clothes to working clothes (in the central changing rooms or medical rooms), passes into the entry zone of the operating theater staff – the filter. For more information, see Additional Information no. 32

Question delivered on 6. 6. 2017 in 23:45 CEST


Additional information no. 35

QUESTION:

The competition document refers to the possibility of designing a surgical center in the form of two floors. But it seems that the shape of one floor is more desirable than the competition regulator.

Is the design of the surgical center in the form of two floors may affect the chances of the model presented to you, or both ideas equal chances?

Question delivered on 1. 6. 2017 in 23:45 CEST

ANSWER:

The design of the operating theater zone on one or more floors is at the discretion of the competitor, see Chapter E 2 OS Operational Theatres, paragraph E 2.2 Operating Theatre Zone “The hospital assumes the placement of the theatres on a single floor level, but does not exclude the possibility of location on several adjoining floors.” Both variants are acceptable. However, it is important for the announcer to establish functional links both within the operating tract (see paragraphs E 2.1, E 2.3 – E 2.10) and the interconnection of the individual zones of the operating tract with the rest of the surgical center – see E.2.11 Functional Flows.

Answer published 6. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 34

QUESTION:

When presenting the project, it is assumed that the architectural drawings should be presented in addition to the construction drawings, and whether the costing will be final in relation to the competing project. Can I add a project presentation and how can I send it to you (I mean upload link to you?

Question delivered on 1. 6. 2017 in 23:45 CEST

 ANSWER:

The competition design for the 1st phase of the competition will be presented in the physical (paper) form on 4 panels and a portfolio of the design (booklet) as stated in the Competition Conditions, please see chapter 6, pages 8, 9 and 10. The costing – in terms of Calculation of investment costs and Price offer will be final for the relevant stage of the competition. Any other presentation of the project than described on the Competition Conditions, chapter 6, is not needed and won’t be evaluated by the Jury.

Answer published 6. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 33

QUESTION:

Will the reconstruction of the entire building of the building include a building?

Question delivered on 1. 6. 2017 in 22:15 CEST

ANSWER:

The competition design should be divided into phases. Please see document 01 Competition Brief, chapter F 3 Organisation of the Hospital and Construction, page 118,

„The first realisation phase will be the addition of the Surgical Centre on the stated territory – New building“

„The second realisation phase will take place after completion of the addition of the Surgical Centre: preparation for the reconstruction of the Bedrna Pavilion – Old building“

„The third realisation phase is the reconstruction of the Bedrna Pavilion – Old building“

„The fourth realisation phase represents the final adaptation of the new structure – new building“

„In all cases, the realisation phases will be accompanied by other construction activities, i.e. a kind of continual “phase 5” addressing in particular parking“

Answer published 6. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 32

QUESTION:

E 2.2. operating theatre zone. For operational theaters, the area of entry can be one for each surgical center. That is the entry area then followed by the theaters of operation area or that each of the theaters of operations has a special entry area for staff?

Question delivered on 1. 6. 2017 in 22:15 CEST

ANSWER:

The personnel enters the operating room first through one of the total two entry zones of the personnel, which are used for changing clothes from working clothes to the operating clothes and footwear, and then through the washroom belonging to the given twin (10 washrooms + 1x washroom for hall no. 21), which is used for surgical hand cleaning – scrub.

The staff entry for operating theatre zone (more theatres – wing) is specified in chapter E 2 OS Operating theatres, paragraph E 2.5 Entry zone – staff, please see page 64. “The hospital assumes the creation of two identical staff entry zones (each separately for female and male) on opposite sides of the surgery wing (possibly even on the floors adjoining operating theatre zones)” and also Diagram 12

In terms of entering operating theatre – the personnel enters through the washroom/scrub, it is specified in chapter E 2.2 Operating theatre zone and diagrams 9 and 10, please see page 62 and 63 of document 01 Competition Brief.

Answer published 6. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 31

QUESTION:

Intensive care center E 5 JIP. Is it intended to build a center of intensive care for the surgical center on the same floor level?

Question delivered on 1. 6. 2017 in 22:15 CEST

ANSWER:

Yes, intensive care units are required to be on the same floor as operating theaters. Functional link is described in chapter E 2 OS Operating Theatres, paragraph E 2.11 Functional Flows, see page 66 ” The hospital requires direct connection of the cardiosurgical JIP (KCH JIP) to the surgery wing (12-bed JIP) (the hospital does not allow for the use of a lift).

The JIP NCH (Neurosurgery) (10 beds) must be located as close as possible to the Surgery wing, and on the same floor (the hospital does not allow for the use of a lift).”

The description of the individual links and the announcers assumption of their fulfillment is summarized also in Diagram 27, see page 106 line Surgery wing. For the sake of clarity, the announcer adds the needed links between:
A) KCH 12x JIP and parts of the surgical wing with operating rooms No. 19, 20 and 21 – ie JIP KCH 12x is built up right next to (on the floor)
(B) JCH NCH 10x and parts of the surgical wing with operating rooms 9 and 10 – ie JIP NCH 10x is close within the same floor

Answer published 6. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 30

QUESTION:

In terms of architectural style. Is the model chosen for the competitor or the competition organizer?

Question delivered on 1. 6. 2017 in 22:15 CEST

 ANSWER:

The model is a part of the 2nd phase of the competition and its specifications will be delivered to the competitor later, in the 2nd phase of the competition and will be made by the competitor.

Answer published 6. 6. 2017



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Additional information no. 29

QUESTION:

Is the number 21 representing the number of operating theatres or the number of twins?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in: 22:00 CEST

ANSWER:

The total number of Operating theatres is 21. 10 x twin and 1 x hybrid theatre, that is not paired in a „twin“. Furthermore please see Additional information 08

Answer published 2. 6. 2017


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Additional information no. 28

QUESTION:

Is the requirement to maintain the workplace of interventional cardiology (angioline) strictly in the groundfloor (1 NP) in the sense that it must remain in the current position? Would its non-compliance be a reason for exclusion even if the proposal did not lead to a time limitation of service?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

To maintain the workplace in the current position is an imperative condition – the workplace was newly built in 2010/2011, providing center care that cannot be provided elsewhere. The contracting authority permits construction work on the southern part of the workplace, including office space and AC machinery (see picture). However, its full replacement is necessary at the site that will be part of the Interventionist radiology department. The assumption that the service operation of this department will not be impaired is vital. See Additional Information 03

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 27

QUESTION:

What is the magnitude of the magnetic field of the MRI for the subject of competition (1.5 T or 3 T)?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

For all three MRI devices (including perioperative), the 3T magnetic field strength is considered and the device should be placed in a soundproofed room.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 26

QUESTION:

Is the altitudal geodetic survey of the site available?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

The basic altimetry is included in the competition file 03_01_KAT MAP_VYSK_MAJETEK_IS – CAD MAP_ALT_OWNERSHIP_UTIL, which contains the contours and elevation of the ground elements of the utility network. A more detailed geodetic survey of the locality is unfortunately not available.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 25

QUESTION:

s the estimated cost of construction calculated including medical technology?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

 ANSWER:

This cost does not include the cost of medical equipment and appliances. In order to precise the information, the announcer adds that the estimated cost includes the cost of operating system halls and installation complexes (operating and anesthesia tubes, tripods, source bridges and bed ramps).

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 24

QUESTION:

Should the required modular building system of operating theaters be included in building costs or medical technology costs?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

The modular system installation of the operating theaters is part of the construction and will be included in the project documentation as well as in the building budget. The announcer assumes that the in the design of the medical technology a specialist will be involved on the part of further design for the exact specification of the individual operating theaters.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 23

QUESTION:

Should the installation complexes (surgical and anesthesia tubes or tripods, source bridges and bed ramps) included in building costs or medical (medical) technology?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

The installation complexes (operating and anesthesia tubes, tripods, source bridges and bed ramps) are part of the construction and will therefore be included in the project documentation of the building and in the budget of the building. The announcer assumes that the specialist designer of medical technology will be involved in the further exact design of these complexes.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 22

QUESTION:

Is the estimated construction cost calculated including interior equipment (furniture etc.)?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

 ANSWER:

The estimated price is calculated free of free standing interior equipment (eg office furniture, patient beds etc.). The price is calculated including built-in interior equipment (eg kitchens, reception counters, etc.). This cost does not include the cost of medical equipment and appliances.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 21

QUESTION:

Standard bed wards are required in a capacity of 30 or 25 beds. For three-bed rooms, there is a requirement for two beds for patients and 1 for accompaniment, for double beds for 1 bed for patients and 1 for accompaniment. Beds for accompaniment are included in the total bed capacity. Three-sided access is required for patients’ beds. Is there a need for three-sided access to the accompaniment bed?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

 ANSWER:

Patients’ accompaniment beds are neede only on two standard bed wards designated for child patients (see document 01 of the competition – Diagram 17a, DCH (ORL), DCH (ORTO), each with a capacity of 25 beds. Three-sided access to the accompaniment bed is also required – in case that in the future or in the case of service shutdowns for adult beds, these beds / rooms will serve as standard ward.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 20

QUESTION:

What is the current number of employees in Pavilion Academia Bedrna, how many employees are at the time of day and night shift?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

The number of employees in the morning shift, the strongest one, and also the planned numbers of employees for CHC are given in the document 02 Book of rooms, sheets 17 and 18 PERSONAL

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 19

QUESTION:

What is the current number of outpatient / examination facilities in the current Pavilion of academic Bedrna?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

There are 5 surgeries and 18 examineries in the current Pavilion of academic Bedrna. This does not include the OAV (eg UREX, surgical bays).

Ve stávajícím Pavilonu akademika Bedrny je 5 ordinací a 18 vyšetřoven. Tento počet nezahrnuje pracoviště oddělení ambulantních výkonů (např. UREX, zákrokové sálky).

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 18

QUESTION:

How many portions of food is by your estimate suitable if a restaurant / canteen is located in the surgical center?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

In the case of a canteen for staff in the operating theater area there is an estimate of capacity of 30 portions, which represents about 1/5 of the staff of the operating theaters – see document 02 Book of Rooms, in sheet 2-1 OS line 56.
In the case of a restaurant for patients / visitors, the number of served portions is at the discretion of the contestants. The announcer assumes that the applicant will communicate with the gastronomy and retail professionals (not only in the matter of building, but also in technological and operational matters) and, when designing, will consider the estimated number of patients per day (see in particular Chapter E 1.6 and E 8.6 v 01 Competition Brief).

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 17

QUESTION:

Gasline is located near buildings 16 and 20 (NTL, low-pressure) and laundry 31 (STL, mid-pressure). Any new gas pipelines will be better suited to the mid-pressure pipeline at the laundry. What is the STL dimension of the gas pipeline?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

The STL (midpressure) connection of the laundry gas pipeline is DN 90. The STL connection to the boiler room gas pipeline is DN 230.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 16

QUESTION:

What is the power output of the existing air compressors SV4, SV8 in Academic Bedrna Pavilion?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

SV 4    1pcs     38 l/s   8 bar

SV 8    2pcs    40m3/hour      10 bar

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 15

QUESTION:

What is the label performance of the existing Vacuum pump in Academic Bedrna Pavilion?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

Vacuum pump                        3pcs     288 nominal m3/hour 3 mbar/abs

Answer published 1. 6. 2017  


Additional information no. 14

QUESTION:

What are the parameters of existing cooling water in Academic Bedrna  Pavilion? Is there a reserve on the cold source available?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

The cooling water parameters are 7/14 ° C. The cold source reserve is not available.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 13

QUESTION:

At what altitude is the 100year water level (Q100)?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

The altitude of the Q 100 is at the center of the site at 228.89 m.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 12

QUESTION:

Is the existing equipment in the Bedrna’s pavilion included in the requirements for the final range of imaging equipment according to the competition brief (page 39 of Diagram A) (ie in the final state after the reconstruction of Bedrna’s pavilion there will be 3x CT, 4x SKIAGR, 4x UZ, 2x MR, 1x SKIASKOPY)?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

ANSWER:

In the final state after the extension and reconstruction of Bedrna pavilion will be in the entire surgical center 3x CT, 4x SKIAGR, 4x UZ, 2x MR (+ 1x MR perioperative in operating theaters), 1x SKIASKOPIE. The requirements for the final stage of Imaging equipment are detailed in Chapter E 8 ZM IMAGING METHODS WING and in Chapter E2 OS OPERATING THEATRES. Summary diagrams A, B and C on pages 38, 40 and 42 do not contain complete information. We recommend to competitors to comply with the requirements in the individual chapters of the competition.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 11

QUESTION:

What is the reason for partitioning rooms for decontamination of beds and shared exercises on individual levels of the ward in diagram 17 (p.74 of the competition brief)? Diagram 17 shows that there will be 2x decontamination on one floor and only exercise rooms on other floor – is it the intention? Is this division mandatory for the competitor?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 14:55

 ANSWER:

The announcers distributing the rooms for the decontamination of beds and shared exercises on individual storeys of the ward is based on the experience of operating these facilities and they are deliberately divided. Exercise rooms are preferentially located between bedside departments where patients undergo physiotherapy more frequently, while other bedside wards (one floor above or below) should be accessible as well, but the longer “path” is acceptable. Rooms for decontamination of beds should be in good linkage to bedside compartments so as to minimize the need to manipulate the bed (see Diagram 18 in the 01 Competition Brief). Compliance with this division is at the discretion of the contestants

Answer published 1. 6. 2017


Additional information no. 10

QUESTION:

In the book of rooms the majority of the required room areas are not mentioned, can this information be added? Without this information, the competition appears to be “unexaminable”. Required areas, especially in a new building, should be provided by the investor already in the competition conditions, as it is a definition of the comfort it wants to offer to future users – patients, staff or students. This can not be defined just before the evaluation meeting of the jury. The query does not direct to technically given premises or spaces that determine the architectural character of the building, but the data is missing even in many rooms in the background, the schemes are explicitly listed as not in a scale. Is it sufficient for the future user always a standard or requirement according to the Decree? What will the tester and the jury do, when evaluating the economic point of view, if the reference sizes of the individual departments are missing?

Question delivered on 30. 5. 2017 in 15:15

 ANSWER:

Areas in the room book are not stated intentionally. The announcer assumes that the design of the individual rooms and their optimal areas are at the discretion of the competitors, unless otherwise expressly stated in the competition brief and other documents. For rooms where the announcer knows the required area, this is stated in the text part of the brief and other competition documents – these are the recommended values. As far as standard requirements are concerned, it is appropriate to keep them as the lower limit for the proposal. The testing and the evaluation will be based on the estimated cost of investment and the energy consumption, economy and efficiency of the operation.
In the preparatory work, the announcer processed the area requirements for the book of rooms and verified that the estimated cubature of the new building and the reconstruction of the Bedrna pavilion is realistic. This document is available for the jury of the competition.

Answer published 1. 6. 2017



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Additional information no. 09

QUESTION:

Scheme C does not state in its key what the different colors (blue, red) and what the dashed line means.

Question delivered on 29. 5. 2017 in 15:30 CEST

 ANSWER:

Blocks outlined in red are described within each chapter. The blue color indicates the internal organization of the workplace – for example working vs. patient part. A dashed red line is used when the block is divided into the different sections (see note in the relevant block) as described in the relevant chapter

Answer published 31. 5. 2017


Additional information no. 08

QUESTION:

It is unclear to me, what does the dashed circle above the Hybrid operating theater in diagram A and B stand for. Is it a spatial reserve for another operating theater?

Question delivered on 29. 5. 2017 in 15:30 CEST

ANSWER:

Yes, the symbol marks the possibility of extending of operating theater. See the chapter E 2 OS Operating theaters, page 62 “The surgery wing will contain 21 operating theaters, including 3 theaters for one-day surgery, a hybrid operating room for cardiovascular hybrid interventions and operations and a space allowing for potential enlargement of theater no. 20 to the size of a hybrid operating room.”

Answer published 31. 5. 2017


Additional information no. 07

QUESTION:

The documents 04 “Documentation of the existing state” does not contain elevations of the object no. 50, which is directly interconnected to the building no. 21. Is it possible for the announcer to provide this document, mainly the SE elevation?

Question delivered on 29. 5. 2017 in 15:30 CEST

 ANSWER:

The elevations of the building no. 50 Emergency are provided as an attachment of this additional information – attachment AI_07_EMERGENCY_ELEVATIONS

Answer published 31. 5. 2017


Additional information no. 06

QUESTION:

Where is the existing low-voltage switchroom (NOC) in the building 21? In document 04 “Documentation of the existing state” in the underground (1PP) is not marked.

 Question delivered on 29. 5. 2017 in 15:30 CEST

 ANSWER:

Current low-voltage junction room “NOC” (New optical centrum) is placed in the document 04_01_02_1NP-groundfloor and is marked 1.72 – ICT

Answer published 31. 5. 2017


Additional information no. 05

QUESTION:

The numbering of the operating theaters in the existing state (document 04 “Documentation of the existing state”) in Bedrna Pavilion (DWG document) is not matching the numbering in the diagrams – operating theaters OS 3 and OS 4 are not coupled in the twin. Which operating theaters, by the existing state numbering, should be preserved?

 Question delivered on 29. 5. 2017 in 15:30 CEST

ANSWER:

Please see Additional information no. 04

Answer published 31. 5. 2017


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Additional information no. 04

QUESTION:

It is not entirely clear from the competition brief which of the current operating theaters should only be preserved/conserved and which can be completely rebuilt. The twins of theaters 1 and 2 are clear. But theater 3 and 4 are too far apart from each other to form a twin according to the scheme. Theater 4 is according to documentation in twin room 5. Are the theaters in the documentation of Pavilion of Academic Bedrna correctly marked?

Question delivered on 25. 5. 2017, in 22:30 CEST

 ANSWER:

Theaters in the documentation of the existing state 04_01 Academic Bedrna Pavilion are numbered incorrectly, newly renovated theaters – to be conserved in the reconstruction are in the document 04_01 marked as twins 6, 7 and 8, 9. The following diagram shows the location of the theaters that are in the competition brief marked as 1, 2 and 3, 4 – to be conserved

Answer published 30. 5. 2017


Additional information no. 03

QUESTION:

Location of the new extension – Interventionist radiology is not ideal. Is it possible to adapt its south part, mainly the office spaces, if its operation is not compromised?

Question delivered on 25. 5. 2017, in 22:30 CEST

ANSWER:

Changes in the dept. Interventionist radiology is at the discretion of the competitor. The proper operation of this department has not to be affected. It is the vital part of the hospital premises.

Answer published 30. 5. 2017


Additional information no. 02

QUESTION:

In spite of the fact that the building (see attachment) is part of the extension site, there is no documentation for it. Is it possible to renew/demolish the building? If yes, then in what phase?

Question delivered on 25. 5. 2017, in 22:30 CEST

ANSWER:

The building on the parcel no. 2189 is a part of the Academic Bedrna pavilion and it is a heat exchanger. Part of this building is a heat exchanging unit (in the document marked as 1), a technical accessory for the technicians of HVAC system (marked as 2-7).

The exchanger unit serves mainly for the generating and transporting heat and hot water and also there is steam piping for the sterile processing department. There is also a heat exchanger for the Faculty of Military Medicine, building no. 55.

The buildings no. 21 and 55 are dependent on the function of this units. In the case of renewal/demolition/relocation of this exchanger is necessary to provide the sufficient backup in advance.

The technical accessory for the AC maintenance contains workshop and one working space for AC maintenance, storage, lavatory and a welding station.

Dimensions of the building are about 42,7 x 12,0 m.

Renewal or demolition of this building is at the discretion of the competitor. In the case of rebuilding or removal, it is necessary to ensure the continuous running of the hospital premises and to make an adequate replacement for the heat exchanger.

Simplified documentation of the building „DI 02 VYMENIK – EXCHANGER“ is provided as an attachment to this additional information.

Answer published 30. 5. 2017


Additional information no. 01

QUESTION:

In the book of rooms, in the sheet description of the typical rooms in OAV – are probably doubled the changing rooms for patients and the reception with waiting area (once for the Day care ward and once as an accessory of OAV)

In the operational diagrams are mentioned just once. Are those the same rooms?

Question delivered on 25. 5. 2017, in 22:30 CEST

ANSWER:

Changing rooms for patients and the reception with waiting area are doubled by a mistake, these are the same rooms. In the document 02 BOOK OF ROOMS, in the sheet 1-1 OCHAP OAV are the lines 46, 47 and 48 redundant and are by this canceled and no longer valid

  • For the reception (line 5) is the correct description in the column G: „ reception desk, 1 x office position (PC, telephone)“.
  • For the waiting room (line 6) is the correct description in the column G: „waiting chairs for patients 15 – 20 pcs.)“.
  • For the patients changing rooms (lines 65 and 66 is the correct description in the column G: „lockers (15 pcs) – changing for patients, bench or chairs for sitting down while changing the clothes and shoes (locker should have the width 35 cm), WC + shower + washing basin

Answer published 30. 5. 2017