The new Bispebjerg Hospital is the Capital Region of Denmark's key intervention in the development of health care services in the area. The architectural body is spread over an area of about 77,500 square meters, within which six pavilions house a dense and articulated functional program. Three are the pivotal departments: emergency, operating and radiology. Juxtaposed to these are the departments of greatest patient contact, such as pediatrics and women & children. Operating rooms, laboratories, connection tunnels and services complete the programmatic layout, making the new facility a state-of-the-art hub for the entire region.
The intervention is of great importance logistically and institutionally, and was made possible by the transversal BIM methodology and offsite building that allowed each process in the new building to be articulated in accordance with objectives and with control over construction time and cost.
NPS BASIC slimfloor beams are combined with NPS PDTI honeycomb slab and columns.