The Drewnica Mazovian Provincial Hospital in Ząbki is the first newly built psychiatric hospital in post-war Poland. The facility is a 7-segment building that occupies 22 thousand. m2 of area. It houses 9 specialized wards, a modern rehabilitation center, 300 beds and places for relaxation and sports activity. Budimex has used ecological solutions and modern design in the complex, taking care of the smallest finishing elements.
As many as 5 km of columns were used for the construction, whose task was to strengthen the base of the building, as well as 25 thousand m3 of concrete from which the structural elements of the building were made, 1500 tons of reinforcing steel to strengthen them, or 0.5 million bricks used to erect the walls by bricklaying teams. The finishing works included installation of sanitary and electrical installations, as well as laying specialized floors and elements on the walls. The hospital is not only functional and perfectly connected, but also very modern in terms of design. Ecological solutions have been introduced in the facility: renewable energy sources have been used in water and air installations. These include, for example, heat pumps and solar collectors, which allow you to reduce the cost of heating water by up to half.
The whole is complemented by a carefully developed outdoor space, which has as much as 10 hectares of green areas. Alleys and alleys have been enriched with over 23 thousand. seedlings so that the vegetation is an element of therapy and relaxation for patients. There is also a winter garden at their disposal.

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Mazovian Provincial Hospital Drewnica


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Mazowiecki Szpital Wojewódzki Drewnica Sp. z o.o.


104 mln PLN