The project has been developed by architectural and town-planning agency Groupe 6 and design and engineering firm Ingerop. It consists of the simultaneous construction of two buildings, which will be connected to each other and to an existing structure via underground passages and pedestrian bridges.
Pertuy will be in charge of the main part of the project, including structural work, walls and coverings, drywalling and finishing work, along with several roads and infrastructure networks.
Site preparation is due to begin this month. The construction project will take 42 months, involve 300,000 million work hours and call for the involvement of 120 workers at peak periods.
One of the buildings is a regional cancer institute, which will have an area of around 30,000 m², spread over eight floors. The other is a medico-technical and locomotor facility, which will cover an area of some 41,000 m², over 11 floors.