For one of the latest orders Forta PRO has in-house developed POD bathroom concept and prepared mock-up where structural frame for the POD for 100% consists of Forta PRO own manufactured frame profiles.
Forta PRO manufactured profiles provide independent self-bearing structure of POD, as well as, profiles can be used as whole building bearing elements, by necessity.
CLT (Cross Laminate Timber) prefabricated panels can be used as equal floor construction solution.
As CLT panel can be produced in the necessary floor slope, this solution doesn’t require extra time associated with construction of self-leveling floor layer. As well on CLT panel it is possible to technologically build a dry screed layers that aren’t related with material drying, therefore saving time.
“SIA ”Forta Medical” ERAF līdzfinansētā projekta ietvaros, sadarbībā ar SIA “Mašīnbūves Kompetences centrs” izstrādā jaunu unificētu metāla modulāro konstrukciju konceptu izmantošanai būvniecības nozarē.
MEDICA is the biggest medical trade fare in Europe, with more than 5,100 exhibitors from 70 countries, 127,800 visitors, in the trade fair’s 19 halls.
This year Forta PRO exhibited with our partners Berlin Pneumatic. We presented our new product – the Relocatable Operating Theaters. Forta Medical had a very successful show with the launch of our modular hospitals construction solutions that received great feedback from many visitors. We used most advanced presentation technologies, for example the 3D virtual tour for the visualisation of operating theatre. We received many comments by our clients from all over the world. Our booth was visited by people from Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and America
During the event we participated also in Healthcare Brokerage Event with 17 meetings with potential customers.
Would like to tell special thanks to all represantatives from Berlin Pneumatic and Forta PRO team for interesting and successful 4 day long work at the show.
With regards, Natalija Smirnova Sales Director Baltic and Scandinavia Mobile: +371-2238-0415 Email: [email protected]
Following the first chapter Dr. Eythan Chetrit ( Forta Medical Chief Engineer ) publishes his second ebook called: “Construction systems comparative analyses.” Where the author reviews in detail the pros and cons of:
Hybrid system construction
Modular prefrabricated construction
Get the know-how which construction system fits your dream project and get your hands on the new e-book.
Forta PRO built DRIVELAB Hotel accommodates 150 rooms. The ground floor houses a spacious restaurant that can serve up to 200 guests at breakfast, lunch and dinner. The lounge area is also generously sized and includes a combined front and bar desk. It is a public living room with a wide variety of different furniture, where guests can enjoy working and socialising. The remaining meeting facilities are placed next to the lounge area, and are therefore suitable for smaller groups having coffee breaks. The lobby and the main entrance are placed between the restaurant and lounge area and thus, separates the dinner guests from the buzz generated from the bar. There are seven meeting rooms allocated on the ground floor. A wellness and fitness area is placed on the 2nd and 3rd floor. It is equipped with a large sauna.
The project is made out of 150 modules, where the living area was 80% finished when leaving Forta PRO factory. The 4’000 m2 large building was assembled together in less than a month.
The Hotel plans to open the doors to its customers in November this year.
Forta PRO returns to Denmark and exhibits at WHINN16 – Week of Health and INNovation in Odense, Denmark.
WHINN is one of its kind event with more than 1.000 attendees; a festival that consist of conferences, events, innovation and business activities, which are brought together in one week all within health and innovation.
Ermins Sniedze, Forta PRO CEO remarked “Our modules can meet all medical construction needs and requirements with the latest technology approach. Our primary goal at the show was to link up to the relevant decision-makers, consultants and planners. We more than succeeded, attracting the best in their league. Furthermore, we knew potential end-customers would also be attending, and we were interested in their feedback as well. Summing up, while our expectations were high, they were even surpassed by reality.”
“Hospital design and construction” is the first Forta Medical e-book written by the companies chief engineer – Dr. Eythan Chetrit.
Download it for free and start to learn something new not only about hospital construction but all the matters that are related with modern construction and new innovations in this field. Stay tuned for new chapters coming out later! We will keep you informed and updated!
On 15 July, German Minister of State for Culture and the Media Prof. Monika Grütters visited the exhibition hall ARSENĀLS and viewed the impressive contemporary art exhibition “Elective Affinities: German Art Since the Late 1960s”. She viewed the exhibition together with the Minister for Culture of the Republic of Latvia Dace Melbārde, Director of Latvian National Museum of Art Māra Lāce, and the curators of the exhibition and the patrons of the exhibition – owners of “Forta Medical”. The previous visit of a German Minister of State for Culture and the Media was made in 2008.
The visit of Prof. Monika Grütters as well as the great interest shown by German art museums, galleries, private collectors and the artists themselves serves as proof that a new chapter of the cultural relations between Latvia and Germany has been started with this project. The exhibition has been highly acclaimed both in Latvia and Germany, which is reported in the media. For example, Deutsche Welle writes that the exhibit serves as a powerful cultural and political message that should be seen as a good gesture of neighbourly relations from the part of Latvia in this time of great geopolitical changes.
The exhibition “Elective Affinities: German Art Since the Late 1960s” has been created with the generous support of businessman Guntis Rāvis and the company “Forta Medical”. The total value of the exhibition works exceeds 100 million EUR and it is the biggest and most impressive German contemporary art exhibition in Latvia to this day. It is comprised of 77 works of 53 authors – paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, video installations and some examples of conceptual art that have been created during the time period from the end of 1960’s till nowadays.
“I’m glad that Ms Monika Grütters found the time to visit this exhibition. It’s yet another proof that its uniqueness has been appreciated in Germany as well. We’re pleased that it has been possible to bring a small part of European art to Latvia and give the chance for the inhabitants of Latvia to experience and feel the European contemporary art spirit it in person and to form new and important cultural and political ties between Latvia and Germany,” “Forta PRO” co-owner Guntis Rāvis remarks.
The contemporary art exhibition “Elective Affinities: German Art Since the Late 1960s” will be open till 21 August at the exhibition hall ARSENĀLS in Riga. The curator of the Mark Gisbourne (United Kingdom) is a world-renowned art critic and international exhibition curator.
Publications and reviews of the exhibition in German media: