Franco da Rocha, Brazil

The Franco da Rocha State Hospital is part of the Juquery Hospital Complex, covering an area of 150-hectares. The Juquery Complex is composed of 86 structures designed and built between 1898 and 1923. The block in question, known as the CAISM, covers 2,330.00m² and continues to attend to psychiatric treatment as before. The hospital was planned for medium and high-complexity assistance in clinical practice, general surgery, vascular surgery, orthopedics, neurosurgery and ICU - Intensive Care Unit , totaling 167 beds. The new building’s project also includes the refurbishment and restoration of an existing attached block protected as a historical heritage, designed by the architect Ramos de Azevedo in the early 20th century.

  • client

    São Paulo State Department of Health

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  • Site Area:

    150 Hectares

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    167 Beds

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  • Mep Design:

    Eleteng Engineering

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    Perezim Consulting And Structural Projects

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