The hospital is located in Vigo, in the autonomous community of Galicia (northwest Spain). The 347,600m2 public hospital has a c. 2,000 bed capacity serving a population of 600,000 people. The complex includes three hospitals, New Vigo Hospital (1,465 beds), Meixoeiro Hospital (422 beds) and the Nicolás Peña Hospital (120 beds), known collectively as the Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Vigo (CHUVI). The project includes the operation of non-clinical services. Vigo Hospital was the first project of its kind in the region and is the reference point for similar governmental developments.
Vigo Hospital has subcontracted the operation and maintenance to Vigo Opco and this entity has subcontracted most services (except for the 91,000m2 car park) to third-party subcontractors. These relationships are typically back-to-back where the subcontractor bears the full risk in case of penalties from the Grantor.
Vigo Hospital and Vigo Opco are 30% owned by Infra Invest Iberia following the purchase of Acciona shares in the project in December 2021.
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