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Koutio Médipole, New Caledonia

The large hospital complex on the outskirts of Noumea is the largest public infrastructure project ever built in New Caledonia.

All Territorial Hospital Centre departments were brought together at a single site.

The teams from the joint venture led by VINCI subsidiaries VINCI Construction and VINCI Energies delivered the Koutio Médipôle, the new hospital complex in Noumea, in early 2016. The project, unprecedented in New Caledonia and in the Pacific area, brings together at the same site all the departments of the Territorial Hospital Centre (CHT), which were previously spread out over four different locations.

The €280 million works contract awarded to VINCI was completed in the short space of four years. The 82,000 sq. metre hospital complex has 12 operating theatres and a total of 450 rooms and 650 beds.

The new Médipôle complex will provide more than half of the territory’s healthcare services and its special structural design will enable it to expand to keep pace with the territory’s future healthcare needs. The project is New Caledonia’s first facility to receive the High Environmental Quality certification.

An ambitious timetable and efficient organisation

The joint venture employed the full range of its expertise to cope with the technical and logistical challenges and coordinate the teams from Metropolitan France and New Caledonia.

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