© ICADE, Agence d’Architecture Michel Beauvais, Archipel Architectes Associés, VINCI Construction, VINCI Energies
Medipôle hospital of Koutio, Nouméa – Architect JM Beauvais
VINCI has handed over the new Koutio Médipôle hospital complex in Nouméa to the government of New Caledonia. With its 82,000 m2, the new hospital complex is the largest medical centre ever built in New Caledonia and in the Pacific region. It brings together on a single site the facilities of the hospital centre that were previously spread over four different locations.

The new hospital complex covers more than half of New Caledonia's health care requirements and is structurally designed to accommodate alterations and expansion to meet future health care needs.

Arcora has designed the structure and envelope for this massive project including access to the façade and the roof.


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