Bilfinger Tebodin contributed to building a temporary hospital for patients suffering from Covid-19 in Gdańsk, Poland. We supervised the process of adapting the existing building to serve as a fully equipped space for the infected patients, including ones designated for anesthesiology and intensive medical care.

Mieczysław Struk, Marshall of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, and Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of the City of Gdańsk, expressed their sincere gratitude for the cooperation in the appreciation letter: ‘We are proud that in the face of threat, we were able to join together and ensure the safety of the inhabitants of Gdańsk and Pomerania. Thank you for your involvement in the temporary hospital project in Gdańsk. Together we undertook an extremely demanding challenge – the fight for the health and life. During four months, the hospital took care of 808 patients’.

Bilfinger Tebodin provided construction supervision services within the following disciplines: structural and civil, electrical, sanitary, mechanical and teletechnical. The adaptation works included installation of oxygen and vacuum systems, extension of existing systems and installations, as well as dividing the hall into hospital rooms for patients and staff.

Waldemar Barsul, PMC Manager: ‘I am proud that working at Bilfinger Tebodin we are able to contribute to such projects that improve the life of local communities.’