MoD – Military Medical Complex – Saudi Arabia - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Defence (MoD), through General Directorate for Medical Works (GDMW), is planning to undertake the Military Medical Complex project at the premises of the King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The project involves the construction of a 4,000-bed medical complex on 9 million m2 area. It is being implemented in two phases.
The first phase includes the construction of a medical complex with a 1,500-bed capacity, while in the second phase the capacity will be increased to 4,000 beds.
The project includes the construction a teaching hospital, medical school, nursing school, housing for the staff, academic and education facilities, recreational spaces, laboratories, warehouses and administrative buildings, and parking and other related facilities, and the installation safety systems.
CallisonRTKL (former RTKL) has been appointed as master planner; Progress Perfect Design as design consultant; Zuhair Fayez Partnership and RTL Associates as architects for the project; and Universal Hospital services (UHS) as the sub-contractor for the first stage. UHS was involved in creating loaded drawings and technical layout plans, the medical systems report, BOQ & room schedule and technical specifications.
In December 2013, MoD issued tenders for the main construction contractor of the first phase of the project with a submission deadline as on March 10, 2014, which was later extended multiple times to July 7, 2014.
In July 2014, Saudi Bin Laden Group submitted the lowest bid with a price of US$2,500 million among the 10 firms that registered their interest in the bidding.
A consortium of the local Nahdat al-Emaar Company for Contracting, the local Bin Dayel Contracting and Spain’s Sacyr submitted the second lowest bid of US$2,639 million; a consortium of the local Saudi Oger, Italy’s Pizzarotti and the local Sapac submitted the third lowest price of US$3,146 million and the local Al-Mansoori Contracting company submitted the fourth bid of US$3,367 million which was marginally lower than the US$3,378 million price entered by a joint venture of the local Al-Arrab Contracting and Spain’s OHL.
The other bidders were Al-Yamama (local)/Habtoor Leighton; El-Seif Engineering Contracting (local)/Larsen & Toubro(India)/San Jose (Spain); Al-Bawani (local)/J&P (Cyprus); Al-Rashid Contracting (local) and Al Fouzan Trading & General Construction Company (local) with a bidding price of US$3,439 million, US$3,460 million, US$3,519 million, US$3,626 million and US$3,706 million respectively.
In March 2015, Saudi Binladin Group was awarded the construction contract for the first phase of the project.
The project involves the construction of a 4,000-bed medical complex on 9 million m2 at the premises of the King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The US$5,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a medical complex with 1,500-bed capacity in the first phase
2. Construction of a medical complex with 2,500-bed capacity in the second phase
3. Construction of a teaching hospital
4. Construction of a medical school
5. Construction of a nursing school
6. Construction of housing facilities for the staff
7. Construction of academic and education facilities
8. Construction of recreational spaces
9. Construction of laboratories
10. Construction of warehouses
11. Construction of administrative buildings
12. Construction of parking and other related facilities
13. Installation of safety systemsReasons To Buy
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