View Hospital in Al Qutaifiya, the luxury hotel turned “high-end” healthcare project

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The project for the construction of the View Hospital in Al Qutaifiya underwent an impressive transformative concept and design journey. The development was initially set to be a luxury hotel in the vicinity of Lusail, Katara, and The Pearl Qatar.

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However, along the way, a new plan to develop the site into a state-of-the-art hospital facility was adopted. The 95,000 meters squared hospital tells a story of flexibility, and dynamism alongside adaptability. The project is best described as one that goes beyond its strategic location alongside its superlative façade. 

The 242-bed project aims to aid the government as well as relieve the burden that public healthcare face.

Features and amenities of the View Hospital in Al Qutaifiya

The luxe hospital will feature VIP suites as well as a royal suite. Furthermore, it will also include deluxe inpatient rooms, companion bedrooms, and an entrance suite alongside a healing garden.

UCC Holding, a Qatari construction giant has been at the helm of the project’s contracting affairs. The firm falls under Power International Holding, a Qatari Conglomerate.  The Group Chairman of UCC gave insight into the project’s transformative process. Moutaz Al-Khayyat said that the transformation resulted in the demolition of the original skeleton.

Additionally, he said the entire building design was redone from scratch. For example, the Group Chairman continued, to ensure the elevators would be suitable for a hospital, the traffic circulation had to undergo redesigning. This was in a bid to ensure that patients would be able to swiftly and safely move throughout the building.

The hospital façade contractor 

When it comes to its façade, UCC Holding selected Chapman Taylor to develop its design in 2021.

The global architect and master planners’ design aligned well with the idea of another building to Doha’s skyline. The spectacular façade feature a 4-kilometer squared LED screen. Impressively, the screen is the largest within the region.