Hybrid Cargotecture Development, a leading container fabrication and steel structure construction company in Sri Lanka, is currently undertaking an exciting new project for the Mirigama Hospital. The project involves the construction of a two-story, 2000 square feet hybrid shipping container building facility, which will serve as a standby triage for potential epidemics in the future.
The building, which will be constructed using four 40-foot shipping containers, will feature 12 large consulting rooms, two meeting rooms, and attached male and female washrooms on each floor. Additionally, a large double-height waiting area for patients will be included on the ground floor, ensuring maximum comfort and convenience for those seeking medical attention.
The hybrid construction of this building, combining shipping containers and steel structures, ensures durability and longevity, while also being cost-effective and environmentally friendly. The building will be designed and constructed in compliance with ISO standards, ensuring the highest level of quality and safety for patients and hospital staff alike.
This ongoing project is a testament to Hybrid Cargotecture Development's expertise and experience in the field of container conversion and steel structure construction. With a highly qualified and trained workforce of over 300 professionals, the company has completed numerous successful projects across Sri Lanka and worldwide.
The Mirigama Hospital project is just one example of the company's commitment to providing complete solutions for clients in the construction industry. From design and fabrication to erection and installation, Hybrid Cargotecture Development is dedicated to delivering world-class products and services that exceed client expectations.
As the project continues to progress, patients and hospital staff alike eagerly anticipate the completion of this state-of-the-art facility. Hybrid Cargotecture Development remains dedicated to delivering a high-quality, durable, and environmentally friendly building that will serve the Mirigama Hospital community for years to come.