Al Suwaiq New General Hospital

Al Suwaiq - Oman


Studio Altieri S.p.A.




65.000 smq




The hospital have 300 beds and cover an area of about 60,000 square meters. The complex is spread over 5 levels above ground and is divided into specialized departments. BIMON was responsible for multidisciplinary BIM detailed design (architecture, structures, and MEP systems) and 3D coordination together with BIM Management of the design process.


Project Background

The Ministry of Health aims to improve the health care in Oman with the construction of a new Hospital located at Al Suwaiq.


Al Suwaiq hospital project will be a three-storey building constructed on area of more than 200,000 meter square estimated cost of RO 77 million, with a capacity of nearly 260 beds and will cater to one of the most populated wilayats in the country and include outpatient clinics, nephrology unit, day-care unit, intensive care units for adults and another for children, SCBU, Burns & Rehabilitation Unit, Cardiology Intensive Care Unit, Surgery department, Internal Medicine department, Labour department, Pediatric department, as well as maternity wards, operation theaters, in addition to the accompanying services.


The 300 beds Al Suwaiq general hospital has been designed as a high quality environment for the delivery of healthcare according to international standards, while also taking into account Omani culture and customs. 

A patient centered approach that includes attention to the psychological aspects of the healing process has been applied to the design of this building. This can be seen in various aspects of the design, from the design of generous and clearly defined public and common areas and orientation  strategies, to the attention of correct functional adjacencies and attention to natural illumination and integration with exterior spaces. 

The layout of the Hospital satisfies the clinical and functional requirements and relationships of each unit with the others as expressed in the tender documents and reflected in the approved Schedule of Components.



Executive Design

BIMON was responsible for the development of the executive design of the electrical, special, and mechanical systems


During the design, software was used to develop a BIM model based on criteria important to the development of the infrastructure design. This resulted in accurate 3D models enhanced by BIM datasets; 2D drawings derived from BIM; and renderings of the 3D and 2D models.

Interference Management

Integration of all models into one aggregate model for interference management.

Document Extrapolation

From the BIM model, all the technical drawings of the final design and, subsequently, the executive design necessary for the construction of the work were extrapolated.




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