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    Amsterdam UMC Imaging Center - Wiegerinck

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    Amsterdam UMC Imaging Center - Wiegerinck


First entry in for this year’s WAN Awards: Amsterdam UMC Imaging Center - Wiegerinck

Copy taken from 2020 entry
19 Mar 2020

The 2020 WAN Awards are open for entries; and the first deadline is Thursday 30 April. All entries will be uploaded onto World Architecture News and sent out in one of our daily bulletins. Since January this year readers from some 202 countries have logged on to WAN’s site; this means your entry will quickly go truly global!

Amsterdam UMC Imaging Center by Wiegerinck is an entry in the Healthcare category of the 2020 WAN Awards.

The Amsterdam UMC Imaging Center adds unique features to the national health and life sciences cluster. The biggest concentration of cutting-edge medical imaging techniques available in Europe. Radiologists and nuclear physicians are able to look with more detail into the anatomical structures and physiological, metabolic and molecular processes of the human body. A uniquely equipped lab is created to speed up medical and pharmaceutical research. A radiopharmaceutical manufacturer ensures the availability of medical isotopes.

The main themes for the design of the new Imaging Center are meeting, communication and cooperation. Meeting between patients, caregivers and researchers. Communication and collaboration between these groups will stimulate the development of knowledge and expertise. This creates the synergy that will ensure an world-class institution.

The Imaging Center is designed specifically with the patient experience in mind. Patient flows are optimized, with fast and accurate service from the staff at the welcome desks and information desks.

The facade elements form a mediator with its surroundings from the inside out. They regulate the building physical conditions (light, air, sound, sun protection) and the interaction with the outside. In this way conditions can be created that are ideal for professionals and offer the patient the opportunity to find a place where contact can be made with the outside.

Function: Centre for medical imaging, research and radiopharmacy preparations
Floor area: 18,100 m² GFA
Project budget: € 46 million
Design phase: 2010 – 2015
Realisation phase: 2015 – 2019
Status: Completed
Sustainability: BREAAM-NL Very Good

All the information about how to enter the 2020 WAN Awards is here.  

We are very happy to offer support so please don’t hesitate to email Georgia, WAN Awards Event Coordinator with any questions at Georgia.Baily@haymarket.com.  

Last year more than 40 countries took part in the WAN Awards with strong showings from Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific. And we saw some truly outstanding projects, take a look at the winners from last year here

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