Jordan seeks firms for major hospital scheme

12 November 2018
Abu Dhabi Fund for Development and Directorate of Royal Medical Services will fund 940-bed hospital in Amman

Jordan’s directorates of Royal Medical Services and Housing Establishment & Military Works have invited firms to prequalify by 20 December for the contract to build a major new hospital in Amman.

The 940-bed King Hussein Medical City project is jointly funded by Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (25 per cent) and Directorate of Royal Medical Services (75 per cent).

The tender document states that the prequalification is open only to joint ventures of international and local contractors that meet specified standards.

King Hussein Medical City will replace the existing King Hussein Hospital in Amman.

It will be located within the King Hussein Medical Campus, replacing three existing surface car parks situated at the south end of the campus.

 

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