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Lebanese firm to construct multi-million cancer Hospital in Egypt

Lebanese firm Arabian Construction Company (ACC) is now set to construct a multi-million dollar cancer Hospital in Egypt after winning contract.

According to the company’s officials the project is expected to be constructed out in two phases and the second phase will involve building the main hospital in 2006.

Arabian Construction Company was recently awarded a contract to expand the specialist Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357. The planned extension will upgrade the facility so that it continues to offer first-class pediatric cancer care to children of the world.

The hospital has been for years using the services of ACC as the company initially constructed Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357 which opened its doors in 2007.
The project will be hold the largest children’s cancer centers in Africa and in the worls as it is expected to provide world class cancer care treatment facilities to all infant and junior patients in from the country and from around the world.

The project will involve extending of two buildings that will be for out-patient and once center for extending 8500m² and an administrative smart building of 2500m².

The project will have one of largest basements, ground floor and 13 subsequent floors. The out-patient centre also includes a bridge link back to the main building.

According to General Manager of ACC Egypt, Engineer Salah El Kadi they will carry out the project within the specified time as they have been delivering more projects in the past that has been under them.

“We will ensure that the facility becomes world class as we will use our experienced expertise in bringing up the project” he added

The construction of the Children’s cancer center hospital in Egypt will mark the country’s target to have one of the finest pediatric cancer hospitals in the world.
Egypt has in the past few years investing in various health facility upgrades so that they can curb the rising cancer cases.


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