Last September, Ellipse Projects delivered a hospital with a capacity of 300 fully equipped beds in the city of Touba, Senegal
“the most modern in Africa in this capacity,” says Olivier Picard, its president.
Ellipse Projects was selected in 2017 by the Ministry of Health and Social Action of Senegal for the construction of four turnkey hospitals as part of the Plan Senegal Emergent: one with a capacity of 300 beds in Touba, and three of 150 beds in the cities of Kaffrine, Kédougou and Sédhiou. Ellipse Projects, a company responsible for the design and implementation of infrastructure projects, took over the execution of the studies, the construction work of the four hospitals, their medical and technical equipment, set-up, training of personnel on the machines supplied and maintenance.
The construction and equipment of these four hospitals is part of President Macky Sall’s desire to improve access to health for all in Senegal, and to be a reference in the field. A total of 750 additional beds are now available, increasing the country’s hospital capacity. This project is a response to the health needs and expectations expressed by Senegalese people.
This major French project has contracted out some 50 French equipment manufacturers, including many members of the French Healthcare Association: HAcare, Ecodas, France Reval, Spengler Holtex, Mediprema, Praticima, Sonoscanner & Steam France.
Ellipse Projects is a key player in the financing, design and implementation of major infrastructure projects.
With multi-sector expertise, the company provides turnkey projects in emerging countries, including Africa and Southeast Asia. It intervenes in the field of health, digital, or water. It is also distinguished in the realization of public services.