Bids have now been submitted for the Design, Construction, Financing and Operations project for the new accommodation facility of the Central Military Hospital in Prague.
The Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic intends to develop the Central Military Hospital into a healthcare facility comparable to those in other NATO countries. This project involves the provision of approximately 250-300 beds, as well as other services, including a restaurant and parking area on the hospital grounds. The goal of the hospital is to educate both military and civil physicians and to cooperate with international institutions within NATO and the EU by providing medical services to foreign patients from NATO armies.
Construction is expected to last four years, with a total concession duration of 30 years. Two consortia submitted bids, being Vinci and Metrostav. The Ministry of Defence is advised by Deloitte, Atkins, and Havel and Holasek Law Office.
Operis was selected to provide financial model due diligence services for Metrostav and their funders.