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University of health sciences
Merger of three training institutes to improve student training.

Given the current state of the University Hospital of Fort-de-France, which can no longer ensure the best working conditions for health researchers in the future, an architectural competition was launched to design the University Health Centre in Fort-de-France, combining the Faculty of Medicine, the Institute of Nursing and the School of Midwifery into a single building.
The aim of the project is therefore to not only offer students comfortable working conditions but also to create a building that encourages the meeting of hospital practitioners, students and researchers within a pleasant work environment.
A comprehensive High Environmental Quality (HEQ) management approach was used from project design to construction site monitoring.

Client : Collectivité territoriale de Martinique
Location : Fort-de-France, Martinique
Surface : 5 011 m²
Status : In construction
Date : 2022
Key points
  • Tropical architecture.
  • Interior street.
  • Functional organisation.
Performance environnementale
  • Natural light.
  • Natural ventilation.
  • Local and recyclable materials.
  • Green construction site.
  • Photovoltaic self-consumption.
  • Thermal comfort.
Patriarche group :

Patriarche (architecture)
Patriarche Ingénierie (general construction, cost assessment)
Patriarche Creative (signage)

Partners :

Brière & Brière,