The Libourne Hospital, 30 km from Bordeaux, undertook the modernization of its infrastructures with a flagship project: the construction of a new 43,000 sqm building destined to house the accommodation and consultation activities. Within the framework of the increase in the energy power of the site but also of its electrical security, the establishment entrusted Cap Ingelec with a mission of project management in synergy with Corsenac Architecture and the company Fondasol, a foundation design office.
The work notably concerned the construction of a central electrical emergency building with the installation of 3 generators of 1,800kVA PRP each and their associated equipment, i.e. an increase in the electrical power of the site by 2 compared to the existing one (emergency of the site in high voltage). Also to be noted is the modification of the architecture of the high voltage distribution with the creation of an HTA loop associated with an automatic loop reconfiguration system thus ensuring a considerably increased reliability of the electrical continuity of the hospital, a know-how known and recognized by Cap Ingelec since the year 2000.
The project management mission covered the complete spectrum of the project, from the pre-project phase to the assistance with the acceptance operations, with additional missions (coordination of SSI, OPC and synthesis of the execution studies).