Tashir Group will be the general contractor for the construction of a new perinatal-cardiology centre with a total area of 51,700 square metres in the North-Western administrative district of Moscow. The centre is currently in the preparatory construction stages, with completion planned for 2017.
The new advanced, state-of-the-art centre for 330 places will provide specialised medical care for pregnant women and newborns with cardiovascular pathology, and will also help to eliminate such diseases in children both during and prior to the onset of early pregnancy. The centre will be built on location at the 67 City Hospital named after L. A. Vorokhobov (Salam Adil street, number 2/44), where until recently a maternity centre had been operating but was shut down for complete reconstruction.
The new perinatal-cardiology centre will include reception and discharge units equipped with advanced medical equipment, an obstetric hospital for 230 beds, and a paediatric unit for 100 cots. There will also be a clinical diagnostic centre, capable of revealing any abnormalities in a patients cardiac condition, and which will provide professional assistance at the early planning stage of a pregnancy. Andrey Ilyaev, vice-president of Tashir Group: "As the leading expert in the field of construction, we are pleased to apply our years of experience to the implementation of such an important project and to contribute to ensuring a healthy life for future generations. The new centre will be built according to advanced technological trends, using environmentally sustainable building materials of domestic production. This will allow it to become one of the best medical institutions of its kind in Russia."
The perinatal-cardiology centre also provides support units, including a laboratory and administrative offices, a mobile intensive care unit, academic department, and telemedicine facility.
Furthermore, the site also plans to house a central sterilisation department and medical waste handling zone, operating to current levels of sanitary and epidemiological standards.
Tashir Group has significant experience in the construction of medical institutions. In 2013, the company commissioned the Republican Medical Centre in the city of Stepanakert (the capital of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic) with an area of about 10,000 square metres that has no comparatives in the Transcaucasian region. Currently, the Group is constructing the Morozov Children City Hospital - a new medical facility which, with a total area of 74,000 square metres, will become the largest provider of children's health care in Moscow. The facility will be unique in its functional and technological capabilities and will set a new level for the standard of child health care in the country.