Construction companies to explore the future of healthcare facility investment-Construction IQ event


London – With the European Investment Bank providing over €40 billion worth of investment in the development of healthcare facilities across Europe and with healthcare fairing relatively well in the Comprehensive Spending Review, Construction IQ has launched European Health Facilities: Design & Construction. The conference will be held from 15-17th February at Dexter House in London.

Leading construction companies and architectural practices will gather at this healthcare design & construction conference to gain insight into opportunities for future investment in the healthcare sector and the evolution of European funding models.

“With European Governments facing large funding deficits and the provision of healthcare and related facilities remaining a high political priority, this conference is perfectly timed to deliver quality thought leadership and an opportunity for meaningful discussion on the key issues facing procurers and providers” said speaker Gershon Cohen, Managing Director Project Finance, Lloyds Banking Group.

Delegates will hear direct from the European Investment Bank on winning investment across Europe – different methods of financial investment and application requirements, with an opening keynote address from Christine Blades, Project Directorate – Human Capitals Division, European Investment Bank.

Responding to feedback from 79 industry experts, European Health Facilities: Design & Construction will explore the latest innovations in infection decreasing design – healing architecture, hospital layouts, acoustic insulation, to construct investment attractive projects. It will feature design & construction case studies from:

  •     PEAB OY
  •     Aart
  •     C.F.Moller
  •     Willmott Dixon
  •     Healthcare Design Partnership Ltd
  •     Hunters

Led by C.F Moller, John Cooper Architecture and Hunters, the conference masterclasses will deliver detailed insights into rehabilitative architecture, a comparison of healthcare construction in Scandinavia and important considerations when designing a dementia care facility.

The European Health Facilities: Design & Construction media center features exclusive articles and interviews including complimentary presentations from Coffey Projects, Pulse Health and the Centre for Health Assets Australasia.
Notes to Editors:
European Health Facilities: Design & Construction will be held on the 15-17th February at Dexter House in London.


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