Contract was first tendered in 2010
Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha) has extended the tender closing date to 15 December for the contract to build an estimated AED2.6bn ($708m) hospital in Al-Ain.
The previous closing date of 15 October was set when the companies reissued tender documents in August this year (MEED 26:8:11).
Seha first tendered the contract in 2010 and had selected the joint venture of the local Al-Shafar General Contracting and the local National Projects Construction (NPC) with Japan’s Shimizu Corporation for the works (MEED 3:12:10).
The contract involves building a 688-bed hospital. It will cover 358,000 square metres, with underground parking for 1,500 cars. The design has been prepared by a joint venture of Switzerland’s ICME Healthcare, Germany’s Faust Consult Architects & Engineers and Obermeyer Engineering Consulting, also of Germany.
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