University Hospital, Dijon

Centralising the activities of the main hospital in Dijon on a highly constrained plot at Le Bocage, the construction of 79,000 sq.m. of treatment floors and patient rooms is linked to the transformation of the existing “Bocage 62” building where the consultation rooms and in-patient facilities are located. With a total floor area of 90,000 sq.m., the new Hôpital du Bocage is located on the edge of a park; the buildings are linked together in a new spirit of coherence in terms of both architectural design and landscape. With 777 beds divided between 4 hubs arranged around the treatment facilities, it features 3 parallel wings connected by glazed walkways. The treatment areas are housed within a thick base (lower and upper garden level). The patient rooms are on four levels each corresponding to a speciality, and are connected to each floor of the original hospital building by a glazed gallery overlooking the courtyard and patios.



Nicolas Félix-Faure, Franck Lavigne, Jean-Marc Pigeon, Norbert Sanchis


Yves-Henri Cornefert, Enrico Ingala, Annie Kechichian, Olivier Boczek, Eva Binder, Sébastien Calmel, Marie Mevel, Catherine Lauvray, Jean-Luc Charpentier, Catherine Bonnier, Catherine Benoit, Mathilde Bedu, Alice Flavigny, Hervé Lesueur, Adriana Buhaj, Corinne Gérard, Hassens Chouchane, Gilles Paraud, Christine Forrer, Gilles Etienne, Romain Mirabeau, Samuel Sourice, René Canale, Guy Turin, Pierre Franchino, Julien Richard, Fabien De Lapparent

Quantity surveying

Alain Mollaret, Didier Deschamps, Wieslawa Rudy, Samuel Chembah, Roland Peeters, Denis Chaix


David Naudon