G. Mazzini Hospital
Italy, 2017 – 2018
Client: Di Mattia Fiore General Service S.r.l.
Built during the ’50s and’ 60s, Teramo’s G. Mazzini Hospital has a considerable deformable load-bearing structure consisting of concrete beams and columns. ASDEA S.r.l. dealt with the static and seismic adaptation of the Hospital, specifically for the “A” building. The intervention consisted of the introduction of steel exoskeletons with dissipative bracing connected to the existing structure.
The improvement proposals highlighted the inclusion of a double skin facade and, therefore, the presence of brise soleil for the shielding of the south-west façade, and a Ventilated Facade for the reduction of energy expenditure.