Social infrastructure and healthcare

    Hospitals, universities and others

    Activities of Social infrastructure and healthcare



    More than a decade of experience

    ACCIONA, through its concessions business, contributes to social well-being by providing hospital services, demonstrating its unwavering commitment through financing and managing hospital services under public-private partnership models (PPP).This concept includes development of the project, construction, financing, maintenance and management of non-clinical services.

    Our mission is to build long-term relationships with our clients to manage hospital infrastructure projects from start to finish. Our goal is to be a global leader in healthcare infrastructures, which encompasses the design, construction and operation of hospitals that are especially known for being:

    • - Accessible, providing users with optimum conditions to access public healthcare services.
    • - Efficient, so that medical activities can be planned so they can be profitable.
    • - Sustainable, designing facilities so that they maximise energy savings and minimise the environmental impact.
    • - Innovative, permanently incorporating technological and scientific advances.
    Public Buildings

    Public Buildings

    Universities and cultural buildings

    ACCIONA’s concessions business includes experience of two university projects within this sector, which together represent more than 50,000 m² of concession area. These are the Universidad Politécnica San Luis de Potosí in Mexico, and the extension to the Law Faculty of the University of Barcelona in Spain.

    Part of the company’s new business strategy is to expand its portfolio of projects in the public buildings sector.

    University Residences

    University Residences

    Five residences in its portfolio

    ACCIONA has extensive experience of operating university residences and has a solid relationship with students. It currently has five residences in Spain, awarded between 1996 and 2002 with a 50-year operations period from the end of construction (Campus).

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