The Bioincubadora is the first building of the City of Health and Innovation of Cáceres. Located next to the Minimally Invasive Surgery Center Jesús Usón (CCMIJU) and the new Hospital of the city, it aspires to become a pole of attraction for companies related to research in Biomedicine, Biotechnology and Bioengineering.
The projected building completes the "square-roundabout" of the CCMIJU with an elongated one floor volume that is modulated by a succession of vertical openings. It was proposed the excavation of the 3 m of existing landfill to create an "intermediate space", a square with two levels where the recreation areas and uses that can be used independently of the main building (workshops and multipurpose room) are housed. The one floor volume contains the laboratories for companies, and the two floors volume houses the administrative uses and the laboratories of common use.
In the semi-basement floor, reserve spaces have been planned for future extensions of the building. For this, there is a gallery for the facilities throughout this plant to be registered, modifyed or implemented, depending of the different needs that may require future uses.