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Our teams in the fields of architecture, civil engineering, and building services engineering cover all aspects of facilities planning and operations in our hospitals, medical centers, and other health care facilities.
At Fresenius, architects’ responsibilities include handling the technical aspects of construction management for hospitals and health care facilities, from design to preparing and submitting permit applications and execution planning. They perform hospital planning as well as design development and detailed planning for our international health care projects. They are also tasked with managing awards and tenders.
As project managers, architects ensure that processes run smoothly and monitor schedules, costs, and quality. They analyze and evaluate new projects, existing building structures, and maintenance operations.
Degree in architecture or civil engineering or a comparable engineering field
Civil engineers are responsible for the site management of hospitals and health care facilities. Whether a building is being constructed, renovated, or modernized, the civil engineer’s scope of work extends from project management to the evaluation of structural defects.
It also includes developing recommendations for the correction of construction defects and monitoring their implementation. Civil engineers have budget responsibilities in the planning phase and during the process of receiving tenders and awarding external contracts.
Architect or Civil Engineer
Degree in (civil) engineering or architecture
Building Services Engineering is responsible for the administration and maintenance of the mechanical, electrical, and technical systems of the hospitals and other medical buildings belonging to the Fresenius Group. This ensures the smooth technical operation of the hospitals and health care facilities. To this end, continuous monitoring and a detailed maintenance strategy are necessary. Specific responsibilities in Building Services Engineering include working on needs analysis and planning for office and laboratory facilities, checking planned building services capacities and collaboration with the architects.