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Scottish Livingstone Memorial Hospital

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Project Name:
Scottish Livingstone Hospital

Consultant:
Paledi Morrison

Contractor:
Kentz

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Scottish Livingstone Memorial Hospital - Molepolole

Established in the 1840's
 
This is a 320 bed hospital with a total floor area of 45 000 square meters. Construction commenced in November 2002 and anticipated completion date was March 2007.
 
The new hospital is situated adjacent to the existing hospital in the town of Molepolole, and the quality of building design and specification stands in a class of its own in Botswana.
 
The main conceptual layout is organized along an internal central "Hospital Street" spine from which courtyards, passages and corridors branch off to well condensed and integrated facilities for the administration offices, outpatient, inpatient, diagnostic and all related services.

Landscaping enhances the all-round healing environment created within the facility.
 
This complex of buildings stands out as a remarkable architectural landmark in Molepolole.
 
Mechanical subcontractor - Kentz (Botswana). Architects and lead Consultant for the project were Paledi Morrison Partnership, and the main contractor was China State Civil and Engineering Construction (Pty) Ltd.



 
 
 

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