The Ohud general hospital upgrade project contract has officially been awarded to the engineering, procurement & construction (EPC) division of Alfanar; Alfanar Construction. This was announced by the kingdom’s Ministry of Health (commonly abbreviated to MoH) which oversees the health care and health policy of Saudi Arabia.
The project is a part of Saudi Arabia’s ministry’s plan to upgrade and renew hospitals across the country. It is scheduled to be completed within a period of 24 months at a cost of US$ 29.7M which roughly translates to SAR 109 million, and aims to revamp the infrastructure of the 300-bed hospital.
Expectations for the Ohud general hospital upgrade project
The Executive Vice President of Alfanar Construction, Eng. Amer Al Ajmi stated that they were beyond pleased to work in successful partnership with the Ministry of Health, a prestigious entity, the Executive Vice President added.
Eng. Amer Al Ajmi proudly expressed that Alfanar Construction had impressive credentials when it boils down to the execution of infrastructure projects and that the Ohud general hospital upgrade project would further strengthen their expertise. Alfanar Construction serves and offers businesses with digital solutions that are within the health oil, energy, gas, social infrastructure, and water sectors. The company offers its digital solutions through its various sub-brands as well as business divisions.
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The project would also boost the company’s position within the region as the leading EPC contractor for social infrastructure projects.