AECOM will mobilize a team of Middle East-based and global health care and design professionals for the project. When complete, the medical city will include a 1,500-bed hospital, research center, staff accommodation ranging from villas to apartments, conference center, mosque, professional and administrative office building, car parking structures and community center. Plans also include the potential for future educational facilities, a commercial complex and a hotel.
“We are honored to play a key role in this extremely important project to create world-class health care facilities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” said AECOM Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John M. Dionisio. “With a global network of expertise in the health care sector, AECOM is perfectly placed to serve our client’s needs to plan and design King Khalid Medical City.”
The project is the largest of four hospital developments planned for Saudi Arabia, which have been initiated by a royal decree from King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, who has allocated US$4.3 billion to build world-class health care centers for the kingdom.
Work on the two-year contract starts immediately, and project completion is scheduled within five years.
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