Calw, 5. Prize in the competition Calw Health Campus weiterlesen
The new building will be sited on an undeveloped area of approx. 6.5 hectares adjacent to an industrial estate. In addition to a new
Nürnberg, Specialist group “BIM in hospital construction” weiterlesen
To improve the application of BIM in their own company, LUDES
Bamberg, Visit to the construction site at Bamberg Hospital weiterlesen
The Bavarian Minister of Health, Melanie Huml, took a look herself at the state of the building work. The project is being supported financially by her ministry:
Commissioning of the approx. 55 million Euro new building is foreseen for the beginning of 2019.
Wolhusen, New building at Luzern Kantonsspital, 1st Prize weiterlesen
The new building will be constructed in the north of the hospital area, so as not to impede the day-to-day working of the hospital. Completion is set for the end of 2022.
Sendenhorst, Official opening of the extension to the rehabilitation centre weiterlesen
The concept of uninterrupted patient pathways, from admission to discharge for rehabilitation, has now become a well-proven and unique feature of the St. Josef Foundation. Nowhere else in the area can patients go on foot from the hospital directly into rehabilitation.
Krefeld, Topping-out ceremony at St. Josefshospital Uerdingen weiterlesen
Sendenhorst, Laying the foundation stone for day and night care weiterlesen
Appenzell, 2nd Prize in the competition in Appenzell weiterlesen
Nach einem Präqualifikations-verfahren, an dem sich 41 Büros beteiligt hatten, wurden zwölf Büros für die Teilnahme am Wettbewerb ausgewählt, hinzu kamen die vier
Fazit des Preisgerichts:
„Das Projekt „Belvedere“ zeichnet sich durch die stattliche Präsenz des neuen Spitals aus und ist geprägt von einem hohen archi-tektonischen Gestaltungswillen. Den Verfassern gelingt es einen interessanten und beachtens-werten Vorschlag zu unterbreiten. (…)“
Berlin, Evaluating modern operating theatre concepts weiterlesen
The central idea behind the talk was to describe the experience gained over the past years using examples from LUDES’ own projects and to discuss this with a wider audience. Based on a systematic survey of the key players working in operating
Wolhusen, Participation in a study for the LUKS Wolhusen weiterlesen
The Spital Wolhusen was built in the 1970s and no longer fulfils the
Mülheim, Operating department and functional wing, Ev. Krankenhaus Mülheim weiterlesen
The cost ceiling for the project has been set at 32 million Euros. Construction work will be carried out while the hospital is still running and will comprise several stages. Work is scheduled to start in January 2019 and the first phase is expected to be completed in early summer 2020.
Bonn, Contract for a new helicopter landing pad weiterlesen
The existing landing area does not comply with regulations any longer, neither is it economical to operate. As a result, a new landing pad is to be built on the roof of an existing ward block. Via an extended system of lifts the helipad will be connected to the ground floor of the ward block, where patients arriving
Since the existing superstructure of the building cannot support the load of the rooftop helipad and to strengthen the supports inside the building would be too costly, the weight of the landing pad will be distributed via trussed girders into the two existing service shafts and will additionally be taken up by the façade supports.
Krefeld, Ground-breaking ceremony at St. Josefshospital, Krefeld weiterlesen
Work on modernising and restructuring St. Josefshospital started at the beginning of the year
Recklinghausen, Obituary: Jörg Kassautzki weiterlesen
His sudden and unexpected death after nearly 20 years with the company has deeply affected us all. We have lost a highly-esteemed colleague whose memory we shall always cherish.
On behalf of the management and staff of
LUDES Architekten – Ingenieure GmbH
Dr.Ing Michael Ludes
Dr.med. Ibtisam Ludes
Bamberg, Ground-breaking ceremony for a 4th ward tower weiterlesen
The tower represents the fifth phase in the modernisation of the
Bad Aibling, Extension to the Schön Klinik weiterlesen
According to the unanimous view of the management, the extension, built at a cost of 57 million Euros, will set new standards in medical
Dr. Kerstin Eisenbeiss, the head of the clinic, was delighted with the new buildings. “There are many advantages. There will be an improved medical quality, with more patient safety thanks to the single rooms, the architecture of the building is designed to promote the healing process, in the operating areas the processes are optimised, patients will receive quicker attention thanks to the short distances that staff need to cover and the hospital is a more attractive place to work.”
Duisburg, Ground-breaking, Helios St. Johannes Klinik weiterlesen
Before building work can start however, various parts of the building must be pulled down. In about a year the topping-out ceremony can be held and the new part of the hospital should be finished in 2019.
Crailsheim, Offical Opening of the Klinikum Crailsheim weiterlesen
The building is equipped with many passive housing elements and has
Augsburg, Award as a “Green Hospital” weiterlesen
The new building is a “perfect” example of a “green hospital” according to Melanie Humel, Minister of Health for Bavaria who, together with a representative from Bavaria’s environmental minister, officially presented a certificate with the title “Green Hospital Bavaria 2016” to Prof. Dr. Gernot Buheitel, Senior Consultant at Clinic II for Children and Adolescents and the
To obtain such an award a hospital must implement a whole series of measures. In addition to environmentally-sound materials and equipment, the hospital has heating and cooling ceilings in the specialist department rooms and patient bedrooms, a thicker layer of insulation in the shell of the building, triple-glazed windows, lighting which operates with daylight detection control and a proprioceptive path in the small park in front of the children’s hospital.
Wertingen, Official Opening of Wertingen District Hospital weiterlesen
The new building, with its double-loaded ground plan, was set on the existing base of the old ward and extended by a further axis. It has 65 beds in 27 modern patient rooms. The entrance hall was re-designed to include a central office and patient admissions.
Wolfratshausen, Official Opening of the Intensive Care Unit weiterlesen
The new interdisciplinary intensive care ward was opened for use after a construction time of one year. The number of beds was increased
Vogtareuth, Opening at the Schön Klinik weiterlesen
The layout of the centre follows the optimised hospital processes which were developed in consultation with the doctors and nursing staff and which are designed to create more efficient workflows. In addition to an optimal environment, the new rooms are designed to do full justice to the needs of patients and staff.
Vogtareuth, Handover of the Keys at the Schön Klinik weiterlesen
The external appearance of the new building is characterised by a screen façade of horizontal elements made of wooden slats running across the two upper storeys. They are mounted on a steel substructure and match the types of rooms situated behind them. The screen enables people to see through but also gives the façade a unified appearance and provides an extra protection against the sun and eyes.
Duisburg, Laying Foundation Stone & Topping-Out Ceremony weiterlesen
long way before you find a cardiovascular and head centre in North Rhine-Westphalia, even in Germany, as good as this.”
Part of the project is the building of a cardiac centre which would then move from Meiderich because there is no room for expansion there. Meiderich will then close when the new building opens in 2018. This new building will house 5 additional operating theatres with an adjoining intensive care area, a central sterile supplies department, a central laboratory, a cardiology technology department, the central admissions department and paediatric cardiology.
Recklinghausen, Opening of the Main Branch, Spark. Vest weiterlesen
In the first construction phase the
office tower was completely stripped to its foundation walls, converted and given an aluminium and glass façade. The base, housing the customer hall and the events rooms, was then refurbished and modernised. The base also has a new façade consisting of two-story window elements and sandstone panelling.
Bamberg, Contract: New Building of the 4th Ward Tower weiterlesen
The costs are currently estimated to be around 51.5 million Euros. The Sozialstiftung Bamberg tendered for the general planning via an EU-wide tender under the regulations governing the award of professional services and LUDES was awarded the contract.
Munich: Contract Awarded for Klinikum Bogenhausen weiterlesen
capacities, the existing structure is to be completely modernised in four quadrants within a manageable time frame.
The completion of the whole project at a total cost of over 300 million Euros is scheduled for 2024, by which time the number of beds is expected to have increased from 951 to 1019.
Bochum, 125 Years’ Bergmannsheil weiterlesen
Bergmannsheil opened in 1890 as a hospital for the treatment and rehabilitation of injured miners and at that time was able to accommodate 100 patients. Today, Bergmannsheil is a teaching hospital for the University of Bochum, is an employer’s liability insurance hospital and treats over 80,000 in and out-patients.
LUDES has been looking after the building development of the hospital now for almost 40 years.
Click on the photo below to play the image film “125 Jahre Bergmannsheil” (125 Years’ Bergmannsheil).
Bamberg, Opening of the Operating Centre weiterlesen
beneath the operating centre and is therefore only a short distance away.
At the opening, Bavarian Health Minister, Melanie Huml, emphasised: “Bamberg now has one of the most modern operating centres in Bavaria, affording ideal conditions for surgical intervention for patients and ideal facilities and working conditions for staff.”
Bad Reichenhall, LUDES awarded Contract weiterlesen
Two ward blocks, built in different periods, are to be converted and modernised whilst remaining fully operative. Building work will be done in several phases and is due for completion in 2017.
Braunschweig, Ground-Breaking for Phase 2 weiterlesen
The new building will contain a
Duisburg, New LUDES Office weiterlesen
Fon +49 203 363518-0
Munich, Project Presentation – Operating Centre at Munich University Hospital weiterlesen
Krefeld, Opening of the HELIOS Klinikum Krefeld weiterlesen
Crailsheim, Topping-Out Ceremony at the Klinikum Crailsheim weiterlesen
The five-storey building will be ready for occupation at the end of 2015. After the departments have moved into the new building, there will be a second building phase, during which parts of the old building will be renovated at a cost of around four million Euros.
Düsseldorf, Opening new Day Hospital & Out-Patient Centre weiterlesen
Munich, New premises for the Munich Office weiterlesen
While the numbers of the switchboard and fax remain unchanged, most of the staff have a new direct dialling number.
Fon +49 89 9292777-0
Fax +49 89 9292777-29
Wesel, Start-up of the Theatre Wing weiterlesen
Aachen, LUDES wins Contract for the Master Planning weiterlesen
Bamberg, Handing over the keys for Phase 2 weiterlesen
Wöllershof, "Open Day" weiterlesen
Munich, contract at Klinikum Harlaching weiterlesen
Phases 1 – 4 were carried out by the Munich architects Schuster Pechtold Schmidt, who had also won the tender for the work in 2004.
Wöllershof, Official Handover of Keys weiterlesen
Bremen, Laying the Foundation Stone weiterlesen
The new building will have upwards of 750 beds. With short ways between departments and state-of-the-art medical furnishings and fittings, the new part will be both patient-friendly and effective, and will make its contribution to reducing costs while offering optimal patient care.
Augsburg, Topping out Ceremony for a new Children’s Clinic weiterlesen
Gütersloh, Elisabeth-Carrée Official Opening weiterlesen
The new building was completed in two years at a cost of about 14 million Euros. The green panels of the windows and the white plaster façade pick up and re-interpret some of the stylistic elements of the hospital building and the whole is completed by a generously-dimensioned glass entrance.
Aalen, Topping out Ceremony weiterlesen
The new clinic, built at a cost of 18 million Euros, is to be opened in
Augsburg, Formal Opening weiterlesen
The centre, situated at about 58 meters above sea level, took almost a year to build. Each year there will be about 2,500 take-offs
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Phase I officially opened weiterlesen
The special challenge of this project was to carry out the work without disturbing the normal day-to-day running of the hospital.
During his tour of the building work, Dr. Marcel Huber, Bavarian health minister, was full of praise for the work achieved thus far, saying that it meant “a further step up in the quality of the treatment on offer”.
Bamberg, Phase 3 under way weiterlesen
Rosenheim, Start-up of the Schön Klinik Roseneck weiterlesen
Part of the building was pulled down and the remaining buildings, which date from 4 different decades and which were built in different styles, were given an unified appearance. The building,
The specialist hospital, situated north of Rosenheim, will treat patients with psychological and psychosomatic illnesses such as depression and eating disorders.
Dresden, Award of a Contract weiterlesen
is under a preservation order, will be converted and modernised to accommodate an operating theatre (downstream), a nursing ward, and several rooms for doctors, secretarial services, offices, changing rooms, technician areas, etc. In addition to providing an effective functional and spatial
Vogtareuth, Topping out Ceremony weiterlesen
Vogtareuth, Topping Out Ceremony weiterlesen
In his speech, Dieter Schön, Managing Director and owner of the hospital, said: “We are not only
Murnau, Topping Out Ceremony for the “East Extension” weiterlesen
Bremen, Bremen-Mitte Hospital: Topping Out Ceremony weiterlesen
The compact new building with process-oriented structures and short ways will comprise about 49,000 m2 of usable space. Completion is set for 2016 and the total cost will be 265 million Euros. “Bremen is demonstrating that a large building project can be finished cost-effectively and on time”, said Jens Böhrnsen, Mayor of Bremen, taking a swipe at other big cities such as Stuttgart, Hamburg and Berlin.
Augsburg, Completion of Phase I weiterlesen
Bochum, Official Opening of New Rooms and Ward Block weiterlesen
A second building phase is planned for the next three years which will substantially increase the present 20,000 m2 gross floor space.
Photo: V. Daum / Bergmannsheil
Crailsheim, Ground-breaking Ceremony for a new Hospital weiterlesen