Competitive tender for new €330 million Lisbon hospital
Proposals have been submitted from developers from the international competitive tender to build Lisbon’s new €300 million hospital.
The project foresees the design, construction and maintenance of Hospital de Lisboa Oriental (HLO) within a Public Private Partnership regime. The HLO will be built in Marvila in East Lisbon on a 180,000 m2 site.
Lisbon’s new hospital should be completed in 2023 and have a capacity for 875 beds. The HLO will cost the private operator an investment of €330 million and, and the state will pay an annual rental cost of €16 million over a 27-year contract.
Eight companies have submitted proposals according to the Lisbon and Tejo Valley Regional Health Authority (ARSLVT).
The competition closed on 31 January with the following candidates presenting proposals: Servicios Hospitalários CHUT, Agrupamento Hygeia, Alberto Couto Alves, SA, Tejo Infrastruturas Hospitalares (TIH), Ferrovial Agroman, SA, Ferrovial Serviços SA, Bastos, Amorim & Araújo – Consultoria e Trading, Lda, and Teixeira Duarte – Engenharia e Construções, SA.
The next phase of the process will consist in analysing all of the eight proposals from which three finalists will be selected and one chosen.
ARSLVT stresses that the future new Lisbon hospital will be designed and built to the “highest quality standards in terms of technology, organisation and clinical care offer.”
The PS Government led by António Costa gave the green light for the new hospital in November last year.
The hospital will replace the hospitals of São José, Capuchos, Santa Marta, Curry Cabral, Dona Estefânia and the Alfredo da Costa maternity hospital.