Highest point new hospital in Hardenberg
Yesterday the Saxenburgh Groep celebrated an important moment in the construction of the successor to the Röpke-Zweers hospital: the highest point was reached. With great interest and big fireworks, it was announced that the new hospital would be called the Saxenburgh Medical Centre.
The new hospital will be a compact medical centre with all basic facilities and consists of three floors. There is an emergency room, intensive care, acute obstetrics and also clinical paediatrics with a total of 130 beds. The aim is to complete the construction work in 2020 and a hospital and outpatient clinic will have been preserved in Hardenberg.
Bronze coloured aluminium cladding
The building will have a bronze-coloured aluminium facade that will look different at any time of day because of the changing light. For example, a cloudy sky gives a very different effect than a clear blue sky. This makes the hospital both recognisable and unique.