University Hospital, Marseille

Located in the centre of Marseille on the Timone hospital site, this new lab brings together students, teachers and researchers. It represents a bridge between the town’s biggest hospital and the faculty of medicine. The chosen site is at the interface of two universes: healthcare and research. Its very specific placement on the Jean-Moulin boulevard guides the architectural approach, leading to the creation of a true mineral figurehead. Leveraging the width of the terrain, simple and flexible modular plateaus have been installed. The 30×65 metre rectangle of the architectural blueprint, the placement of the systematic aeraulic supply, the effacing presence of the structure, and the double shell protection provide all necessary characteristics for an efficient and scalable laboratory. The mere notion of façade dissolves in a prism of light.

Mediterranean Infection Foundation

Main Contractors
Conception-realisation-maintenance consortium representative: SAS François Fondeville
AIA Architectes + Intens-Cité
Structural engineering, roads and networks, electricity, economy, overview: AIA Ingénierie
Environmental expertise: AIA Environnement
Consulting firm fluids, laboratories: Auberger-Favre
High/low voltage equipment: Cofely Ineo GDF Suez – Ineo Provence and Côte d’Azur SNC
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning / plumbing: Cofely Axima GDF Suez
Maintenance: Cofely Axima GDF Suez and Cofely Ineo GDF Suez

8,500 m² dedicated to research and 3,300 m² dedicated to healthcare (75 beds, 25 beds in total high level isolation (NSB3) as well as 13 ambulant beds)
Laboratories (including one high security lab (NSB3))
Research (150 researchers)
Education (1 amphitheatre with a capacity of 150 and 8 classrooms)
Environmental performance: BREEAM Healthcare operation, goal: “Very good”

13,900 m² usable area

€49M Tax-Free

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