Braunschweig Municipal Hospital extension, Germany

Increasing capacity and improving productivity

A complex development project is underway at Braunschweig Municipal Hospital to optimise workflow, increase capacity and improve efficiency.

Key information

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Project management, cost and commercial management

Client’s requirements

A major investment programme is underway at Braunschweig Municipal Hospital (Städtisches Klinikum Braunschweig gGmbH) in Germany. The programme is focused on optimising workflow, increasing capacity and improving overall efficiency. It includes a new build and a significant refurbishment of the existing facility.

The 1,499 bed hospital employs almost 4,000 people and consists of 21 clinics, ten autonomously operating clinical departments, and seven institutes which cover almost every medical discipline. The hospital treats more than 61,000 in-patients and approximately 121,000 ambulatory/out-patients per year.

  • €305m value
  • 1,499 bed hospital
  • 4,000 employees

Our contribution

Turner & Townsend was commissioned to provide construction project management, including cost and commercial management, building information modelling (BIM) consultancy andmanagement, and quality control services.

Making the difference

We have a full-time presence on site and are meeting site specific needs with our in-depth understanding of local requirements and long-term experience managing health care projects.

We are working in close cooperation with our client to consistently deliver high quality results and keep the project on track.

Through our high-tech approach, which includes BIM services as well as digitisation of processes, we are adding value to the project and making a lasting contribution for the ongoing operation of the asset.


"Hospital projects are very complex. The building requirements are very particular and require a partner with in-depth knowledge in the hospital realm. With its experienced team, Turner & Townsend was an obvious choice for us."