Construction is completed on a new kindergarten with space for about 70 children of the hospital staff.
It is built partly from materials from the old wooden houses that have been demolished to make way for the new hospital. The materials include beams with a total length of several hundred metres, slate for the roof, and triple-glazed windows for the glass walls.
A large playroom that can be divided into smaller areas as needed is a feature of the kindergarten.
The old kindergarten Vinkelen was demolished to make way for the Laboratory Centre.
The risk and vulnerability analysis for the kindergarten has laid down stringent requirements to take care of the childrens safety throughout the redevelopment of the hospital, including security fencing around the building sites and carefully designed routes for construction vehicles.
Architect: Tore Wiger, HSØ Arkitektkontor A/L.