KAEC inks deal for health care center

Fahd Al-Rasheed, group CEO and MD of KAEC and Sultan Batterjee, CEO of IHCC, sign the contract.

Fahd Al-Rasheed, group CEO and MD of KAEC and Sultan Batterjee, CEO of IHCC, sign the contract.

King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) is building its first medical center. The International Hospitals Construction Company (IHCC) is undertaking the project.

IHCC claims to hold global expertise in providing solutions for health, education sectors and versatile projects. It is an integrated company for design, construction as well as specialized solutions, including advisory services, construction, processing of medical equipment and furnishing. Additionally it also handles renovations, project management and building maintenance services.

KAEC is working on developing the medical center in order to provide diverse services and ideal health care available 24/7 and supervised by the best specialist physicians. The laboratories will be fully equipped with modern devices. Moreover, the center offers specialized obstetrics and gynecology, dermatology, pediatrics and dental clinics.

Fahd Al-Rasheed, group CEO and MD of KAEC explained: “Development of this new medical center is part of the first phase of health care strategy adopted by KAEC.”

He expressed confidence in the center achieving its goals to expand health care services in KAEC due to the sales growth in the industrial valley and coastal communities along with increasing growth, numbers of visitors, and workers and students of the World Academy School, he

Sultan Batterjee, CEO of IHCC, said: “We are proud that our company has been selected to deliver the medical center and its equipment via the turnkey system in KAEC, a city that is abundant in promising investment opportunities. Our company has gained a wide experience in designing, building, and equipping many hospitals that were worth over SR2 billion, according to the best international standards. All of these projects today serve customers in different parts of the MEA.”

Mazen Tammar, head corporate business development, health care and education in KAEC, confirmed that the signing of the contract came after studying and evaluating different offers of many leading companies.


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