Securing water and air networks

Noumea’s new hospital, the Médipôle de Koutio, is an unprecedented project in New Caledonia. This 82,000 m² center, located on a 15-hectare site covers over half of New Caledonia’s healthcare offer. Before the arrival of the first patients, the medical center wanted its technical teams and hygiene departments to be accompanied during the trial run phase of the water and air facilities with the objective of preventing any risk of contamination once the new hospital opened to the public.



Assessment of technical compliance of water and air systems
  • Technical health and safety audit with a structural study of water and air facilities and risk analysis by identification of critical points;
  • Measurement campaign (temperature, flow, pressure);
  • Corrective and preventive actions.

Development of an analytical water and air quality monitoring strategy

  • Quality monitoring sampling strategy;
  • Water (bacteriological and physicochemical quality) and air (particulate cleanliness and airborne contamination) sampling protocols.

Definition of maintenance and monitoring procedures adapted to each mode of operation of the establishment

  • Water and air facility monitoring and reporting of maintenance operations;
  • Preventive operating procedures;
  • Protocol for securing networks in case of failures;
  • Infection prevention in case of work in controlled premises.