The new Karolinska Solna university hospital in Sweden has announced the signing of a deal with Halton to provide indoor climate systems.
The facility will be one of the largest health care facilities in the world, offering specialist medical care and a centre for research and educational training on a significant scale.
It is due to receive its first patients in 2016 and the project should be completed the following year..
New Karolinska Solna targets to provide more patient-centered care, where patient safety, privacy and comfort come first.
In addition, LEED Gold certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and “Miljöbyggnad” Gold certification is set as a goal for the project.
Halton will supply indoor climate systems, including chilled beams, air diffusion, air flow management and ventilation fire safety to hospitals wards, public spaces and laboratories.
Bengt Avellan, Halton Indoors director, said: “We are extremely happy to announce the agreement to deliver indoor climate products and systems to this innovative facility.
“We have focused on health care segment development and we believe that our offering is a perfect match to the projects goals. Both from the point of view of patients and life cycle performance.”