Saudi family business group Al-Murjan Group has entered into a SR400 million ($106.6 million) contract with Khaled Ahmed Al-Juffali Holding Company to implement finishes and electromechanical works for their upcoming private hospital in Jeddah — the Mediclinic Al-Murjan Hospital.
The first part of the agreement includes finishing works, electricity and plumbing, while the second part includes the supply of medical equipment and building systems.
The signing was attended by Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al-Murjan Group and Chairman of the Group’s Executive Committee Sultan bin Khalid bin Mahfouz, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Khaled Al-Juffali Holding Company Khaled Ahmed Al-Juffali, and CEO Muhammad Nizar Sanadiqi.
The agreement was signed by Tawfiq Bahamdein, CEO of Al-Murjan Group for Investment and Real Estate Development, which owns the building, and Muhammad Sanadiqi, CEO of Khaled Al-Juffali Holding Company.
Bahamdein said the new hospital will provide health care services of the highest quality in the Kingdom. He added that the hospital will include advanced treatment facilities and a team of experienced specialists, who will work according to the best international medical standards, thus contributing to achieving the goals of the “Quality of Life” program, one of the realization programs of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.
Sanadiqi said his company will execute all electromechanical and plumbing works using high- quality services and materials in design, engineering, supply and installation.
He said that the company provides integrated solutions to meet the needs of its customers with unmatched quality and on-time delivery. The company provides high-quality engineering services in all stages of work and can implement all types of projects within a record time to achieve maximum customer satisfaction.
Located on King Abdul Aziz Road in the northern part of Jeddah, Mediclinic consists of eight floors that will provide integrated services for outpatients and inpatients in various medical specialties, including general surgery, internal medicine, cardiology, orthopedics, women, childbirth and children, in addition to emergency services.
Phase 1 of the new hospital was built on an area of 18,000 square meters, with the total area of its buildings reaching 80,000 square meters. Phase 2 will consist of buildings similar to the first phase, but on the western side of the site. The two phases will be the starting point for an integrated medical city spread over an area of 136,000 square meters.
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