AECOM announced today that AECOM has been awarded a project management contract for the redevelopment of the Kwong Wah Hospital, one of the major acute hospitals in the Hong Kong Hospital Authority’s Kowloon West Cluster.
The redevelopment plan aims to expand the capacity of the hospital to meet the increasing demand for health care services in the Kowloon West Cluster.
The contract follows AECOM being awarded similar work on the expansion project for the nearby United Christian Hospital during 2012.
“We are proud to win our second major health care project from the Hong Kong Hospital Authority within the last year,” said John M. Dionisio, AECOM chairman and chief executive officer. “This assignment clearly demonstrates AECOM’s strength within the health care sector, reflecting our innovative work in this area.”
AECOM will also represent the Hospital Authority as the manager of other design consultants throughout the Kwong Wah Hospital redevelopment’s project period, as well as the resident site staff throughout construction.
The redevelopment is scheduled for completion during 2022.
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