Laying the cement for the future of research and innovation at Parc Taulí

Laying the cement for the future of research and innovation at Parc Taulí 1080 608 Mireia Córcoles
  • The I3PT begins the first phase of the move to the new building that will concentrate research and innovation activity
  • Parallel to this work project, the Clinical Trials Support Unit is also launching a new space that will unify all its activities

The Parc Taulí Research and Innovation Institute (I3PT) has launched the new research and innovation building. In particular, the first part of the ship has begun to function where management and research support activity is concentrated, and part of the research activity with research staff, the signal, 3D and simulation

With this milestone, the Institute ends the first phase of one of the entity's most ambitious and relevant projects, and which responds to the growth experienced by the institution: having its own building to concentrate and enhance its scientific, innovative and teaching activity.

The I3PT's own building will concentrate and enhance its scientific, innovative and teaching activity

This part of the ship, which is located in what is popularly known as "Nau Bosser", is located in front of the emblematic Water Tower; growing, in this way, the area of ​​activity covered by the Parc Taulí Health Corporation.

The construction of this first tablet consists of a built surface of 1.206 square meters, distributed over three floors.

Parallel to this ship project, the Clinical Trials Support Unit (USAC) of the I3PT has concentrated its activity in one new space enabled in the Edifici Taulí, with the aim of grouping all its staff – who were now located in different areas of the Hospital due to the growth of the unit – and facilitating interaction with patients participating in these types of studies.

USAC's own new space will allow all its staff to be grouped together and facilitate interaction with patients

In a second phase, they will be done works on the other front of the nave, with the access located on the Gran Via, where they will be located experimental research laboratories, with the related research staff. The project will end with the works on the central part of the ship, adapting a total area of ​​4.000 square meters, with an investment of 16 million euros, partially financed with European funds.

The new building is a reflection of the future vision of the Institute, with leading scientific and technological laboratories, and with spaces that will encourage one innovative culture among the staff of Parc Taulí. These cutting-edge scientific facilities and the different spaces of coworking are designed for promote excellence, generation of new ideas, collaborations i thetalent attraction, as well as the creation of new spin-offs. Otherwise, the building is designed to enhance the the Institute's commitment to citizen science and be one space open to the public, to disseminate scientific and innovative research and culture.

We are more ready than ever to face the new health challenges of our citizens and the economic challenges of our business fabric

As the director of management of the I3PT points out, Gloria Palomar, this is the right time to consolidate the commitment of the institution to the scientific and social progress of the territory. "We are more ready than ever to face the new health challenges of our citizens and the economic challenges of our business fabric".

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