Electrical and HVAC installations at the Pierre Paul Riquet clinic in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), a project by SPIE Sud-Ouest.
With a total floor space of 85,000 m2, the Pierre Paul Riquet clinic covers a surface of 200 metres long and 100 metres wide on nine levels.
The building contains:
- 600 beds
- 26 operating rooms
- 57 shared anaesthesia units
- a training centre
- a lecture hall
SPIE Sud-Ouest (as part of a consortium) received the electrical engineering and HVAC portions of this contract.
The electrical engineering portion included two sections: high voltage and low voltage.
The high-voltage section included:
- 6 redundant transformer substations
- Low-voltage panel boards
- Distribution boards
- Electrical distribution (1,000 km of cable)
- Lighting (16,000 bulbs)
- PC/FM (17,000 PC)
- Automation (7,000 points)
The project was led by a consortium consisting of SPIE Sud-Ouest / Fontanié and Snef.
For the low-voltage section, services included:
- Fire protection (4,500 alarms and 2,200 sprinkler valves)
- Access control (700 doors)
- Video protection (250 cameras)
The project was led by a consortium consisting of SPIE Sud-Ouest, Siemens and Snef.
Valued at €21 million, the contract included 30,000 design hours and 120,000 production hours on this 5-year project.
The HVAC portion of the project included a technical unit containing 23 operating blocks, representing:
- 82 air treatment units
- 2,000 terminal units
- 700 radiators
- 135 smoke ventilators
- 2,500 sanitary installations
The project was led by a consortium consisting of SPIE Sud-Ouest, Tunzini and Promosanit.
Over 60,000 design hours and 310,000 work hours were needed for this part of the project. The HVAC section represented a total value of €25 million, while the plumbing section represented €15 million.