Prefabricated module at the Reina Sofía Hospital in Tudela
About the project
Prefabricated module for the prevention of infections of COVID19.
We have installed in the hospital Reina Sofía of Tudela as we did in the García Orcoyen of Estella, prefabricated modules that will serve as a temporary facility in the complex for PCR testing and extension of hospital services for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic.
With this facility, overcrowding inside the center is avoided and possible infected people come into contact with other patients. prefabricated modules are distributed in different areas of the hospital. Two at the emergency entrance, and a large assembly in the parking area with capacity for more attention. In the latter the surface has been prepared to get access through ramp to them.
The prefabricated module is made entirely in white, including profiling. The wide side creates an access to the interior where the tests are done. This side is protected by a tarp that reaches the ground.
Inside the test area has been enabled. It is connected to the electricity grid and has air conditioning to achieve a pleasant temperature inside, especially now that the summer months are approaching.