The project was created with the aim of ensuring new intensive care beds in the Marche area. It not only involved some of the most important local companies contributing in solidarity through significant donations, but also the SOL Group, which strongly contributed to the creation of the facility.
The great value associated with the construction of these facilities lies in their ability to expand or reduce intensive care beds as needed while remaining stable installations, ready whenever necessary, and which do not have to be dismantled.
The aim of making the plant operational quickly pushed SOL to make a significant collaboration, donating the design, supply and construction of the medical oxygen distribution system necessary for the facility. The drug storage plants were also made available, on loan for use, for two medical oxygen tanks, with a capacity of 20,000 and 10,000 litres, in addition to a 20,000 litre FU nitrogen tank.
All this was realised in just nine days, with great satisfaction and recognition from the collaborators and the Region itself.
Inaugurated on 16 May 2020, the facility was built with the aim of responding to the need of the moment and to be the reference point of tomorrow, alleviating the commitment of hospital facilities and guaranteeing thousands of patients the right to an adequate health response.