We welcome 4 new members in NCSH now in december, University Hospital of Iceland, Cadolto, Logiwaste and Medicvent: and the second to be presented is Cadolto from Germany (you find the presentation of the national University Hospital of Iceland if you scroll down) :
Cadolto is the world’s leading specialist in the design of complex, technically sophisticated buildings using modular construction techniques.
Buildings built by Cadolto are completed and ready for entry in very short periods. Assembly work in site takes just a few days, eliminating disturbance from noise, dust and other emissions. Thanks to the mature modular nature of our buildings, we can expand, enhance, replace, move or even dismantle clinics and laboratories quickly and easily. Not only our construction materials can be reused almost without limit, entire modules can even be repurposed as required.
Ninety percent of our construction is completed in the factory, with prefabrication of modular units. Any waste can be collected and separated by a central process. By consolidating specific tasks at one location, we have significantly reduced transportation costs.
Our high-quality materials offer excellent insulation. They are suitable for use in healthy living environments and can be recycled. And the managed logistics in our industrial building fabrication process guarantees total product transparency.
2018-10-03 13:00 - 17:30
Workshop Nordic sustainable healthcare - Stockholm, Sweden
2018-10-24 - 2018-10-26
7th Relating Systems Thinking and Design Symposium
2018-11-14 - 2018-11-15
NCSH delegatation and match-making Tel Aviv
2018-11-19 13:00 - 17:00
Training: Introduction to sustainable healthcare
Our office is located in Malmö, but the NCSH spans Northern Europe and Scandinavia.
Сontact us if you want to learn more about the NCSH:
Nordic Center for
211 38 Malmö
Tel: +46 (0)40-606 55 80