UTI Grup will modernize the Sinaia City Hospital. The total investment amounts to 8 million euro.

UTI Grup, in association with Bog’Art, was designated the winner of the public tender organized by the City Hall of Sinaia for the construction works of the City Hospital, the total value of the execution contract being 40,567,650.03 million lei + VAT ( about 8 million euros).

The aim of the project will be to build an emergency clinical hospital, at European standards, using an existing structure built in 1993. It will be the first hospital of its kind in the country located in the mountains and will serve the entire Prahova Valley.

Within the project, UTI Grup will execute all categories of installation works: electrical, interior and exterior plumbing, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, low current and natural gas. UTI Facility Management, as a subcontractor, will execute smoke-pressurization installations. The interior and exterior installations will be at the highest standards of efficiency and safety, and the interior fittings will be of the non-slip, antibacterial and antistatic type.

The contract, awarded following an open tender procedure, was signed on August 24, 2020, has an implementation period of 43 months, followed by a warranty period of 84 months.

By rehabilitating the city hospital, the contracting authority, Sinaia City Hall, aims to provide advanced conditions for investigations and treatment, improving the quality of medical services and aligning them with parameters recommended by the relevant legislation.


UTI Grup and UTI Facility Management have proven experience in providing complex technical installations and facility management services for healthcare institutions, implementing systems and technologies adapted to the international requirements and standards applicable to these critical objectives. The companies have in their portfolio works performed for important hospitals in Romania: Professor Bagdasar Arseni Emergency Clinical Hospital in Bucharest, Vâlcea Emergency Hospital, Ploiești Municipal Hospital and Sfantul Spiridon Hospital in Iasi, Euromaterna Clinic in Brasov, Regina Maria clinics  in Constanta.