PROJECT PARTICIPATION

Paatela & Co Architects Ltd works in partnership with Finnish and foreign clients in health care sector projects around the world. Our services include:

  • Feasibility studies
  • Design brief and programming
  • Master Planning
  • Preliminary design and concept design
  • Design development
  • Technical design
  • Expert and advisory services

OVERSEAS PROJECTS

Selected references:

  • Saijo-Finland Health-Wellbeing Centre, Ehime, Japan

    2007    A new centre for elderly care, concept design

  • Palazo Partus Maternity Hospital, St. Petersburg, Russia

    2002    A 50-bed private birth-giving hospital,

    concept design in co-operation with Laitila Architects

  • Rapidly Installed Hospital, Afghanistan
    → 

    2002    A 300-bed prefabricated modular hospital, concept design

  • Finnish Well-being Center, Sendai, Japan
    → 

    2002    44,700 cu.m, A 150-bed elderly care building, concept design,

    winning competition entry

  • Finnish Well-being Center, Sendai, Japan

    2002    6,900 cu.m, An office and exibition building, concept design,

    winning competition entry

  • The Great Saparmyrat Turkmenbashy International Medical Center,
    → 

    Ashqabat, Turkmenistan

    2001    94,000 cu.m, A 150-bed hospital for internal medicine with wards and

    examination and treatment departments

  • Suleimaniyah General Hospital, Suleimaniyah, Iraq, client WHO
    → 

    2000    150,000 cu.m, A 400-bed hospital with wards and examination

    and treatment departments, feasibility study, Master Plan and concept design

  • Luganville District Hospital, Luganville, Vanuatu, client WHO
    → 

    1999    17,000 cu.m, Master Plan, programming, functional development

    plan, concept design

  • Hainan Provincial People‚Äôs Hospital, Haikou, P.R. China
    → 

    1999    220.000 cu.m, A 1200-bed general hospital with wards and

    examination and treatment departments, concept design

  • AVA-Clinic, St. Petersburg, Russia

    1999    12.400 cu.m, A private hospital reconstruction, functional and concept

    design

  • The First Affiliated Teaching Hospital, Beijing Medical University,
    → 

    Beijing, P.R. China

    1996    125,000 cu.m, A 900-bed hospital with wards and examination

    and treatment departments, concept design, project implementation by the IPPR-Institute, P.R. China

  • Deutsches Krebszentrum, Harz, Germany

    1995    210,000 cu.m, A cancer hospital for 800 patients with wards and

    examination and treatment departments, concept design, in co-operation with CJN Architects

  • Spitak Health Centre, Armenia

    1991    5,500 cu.m, A new health centre complex

  • Primary health-care development project, Ovambo district, Namibia

    1990    Development plan and concept design for a network of

    health centres and Engela hospital

  • S.P. Botkin Hospital, Moscow, Russia

    1988    350,000 cu.m, A 800-bed hospital building with wards and treatment

    departments and a diagnostic centre for examination, concept design

  • Forlanini Hospital, Mogadishu, Somalia

    1985    6,500 cu.m, New buildings for a tuberculosis-laboratory centre, a

    central service unit and a lecture hall building, concept design

  • Forlanini Hospital, Mogadishu, Somalia

    1985    17,000 cu.m, Renovation of the existing hospital buildings, concept

    design

  • General Hospital Colombo, Colombo, Sri Lanka
    → 

    1983    200,000 cu.m, Master Plan and preliminary design for

    the enlargement and reconstruction of the 2,400-patient hospital complex

  • Sherazziya Medical University, Bashra, Iraq
    → 

    1980    226,000 cu.m, A medical university complex,

    invited international competition entry, V. Paatela and M. Paatela

Please note:

Some of the reference projects listed above may also be included in reference information for Sweco, due to an acquisition carried out in 2005. Mikael Paatela was the chief architect in these projects as well.