Take a tour of Ontario’s Royal Victoria Pandemic Response Unit, a 12,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Sprung structure used to provide vital medical care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Sprung’s high-performance medical center structures are all-weather durable, can be shipped within days, built in as little as two weeks and offer superior indoor climate control. Our structures have been used by organizations around the world for emergency, temporary and long-term medical building needs.
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sprung demonstrated its ability to rapidly design and build temporary hospital buildings in multiple locations. At the University of Rochester Medical Center, Sprung produced a temporary hospital structure that only required eight weeks to complete, with 30 days for site preparation and 30 days for installation and fit-out. Sprung also donated a tensioned fabric hospital building to the Peter Lougheed Centre in Calgary, Alberta, that took even less time, requiring only 39 days to go from delivery to completion. We have the experience necessary to quickly build temporary or permanent hospital facilities that can stand up to any number of conditions or requirements.
If your medical facility has an urgent need to expand its operating capacity, Sprung can design and build a hospital building in weeks. Hospital facilities need to be hygienic and clean, and Sprung structures are perfect for this use-case, offering controlled environments that are perfect for implementing interior HVAC systems. Featuring ample natural light, superior indoor climate control and the ability to withstand any and all weather conditions, Sprung’s hospital buildings will outperform the rest. Contact us for a quote on rapidly built hospital facilities.