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Wiener Gesundheitsverbund, Stadt Wien

General planning

AHA – Austrian Healthcare Architects:
Architects Collective ZT GMBH
SWAP Architekten  ZT GMBH

Usable floor area: ca. 1.830 m²

Gross floor area: ca. 5.300 m²

Favoriten Clinic: New Building Project 3 – New Pavilion G1



Kundratstraße 3,


The Favoriten Clinic will be modernized by 2034 as part of an extensive investment program by the Vienna Health Association. Within the framework of the restructuring and expansion of the hospital complex, a new building – which will provide space for radiology, the breast health center, the interventional vascular center, and administrative workplaces in the coming years – is being constructed in the center of the hospital site (construction site 3).

Smooth progress through several construction phases
The construction site for Project 3 extends from Kundratstrasse to the existing buildings Pavilion 4 (Diagnostic Imaging Center) and Pavilion Z (Mother and Child Center). Due to the limited space available and the fact that the pavilions are in operation, two construction phases are planned. The construction site for the first phase includes the area of the current pavilions E and F, the entrance pavilion, and pavilion P2. In order to free up this space for the central building, a new building will be erected in place of the original pavilion G1.

Modernization during ongoing operations
The alternative building was designed as a five-story building. In addition to 31 office workstations for the finance department, the building will serve as an interim solution for radiology, the Breast Health Centre, and the Interventional Vascular Centre until the completion of the central building. The modernization will take place during ongoing operations. Well-thought-out planning allows the hospital to operate at full capacity – patient care remains at a high level of quality during the entire construction phase. 

The next economically sensible step
Even after the interim utilization phase and relocation of the departments to the new central building, the areas of the alternative building will remain a part of the hospital operations – research and administration will be relocated here, meaning that the building will continue to be used sensibly and form a valuable part of the hospital complex.