Ohud General Hospital in Madinah to be upgraded by Alfanar Construction

Ohud General Hospital in Madinah to be upgraded by Alfanar Construction

News Highlights

  1. The SAR 109 million (USD 29.7 million) year-long work will revamp the infrastructure of the 300-bed hospital.
  2. The EPC project is awarded by Saudi Ministry of Health (MoH).
  3. The project is part of health ministry’s plan to upgrade its hospitals across the Kingdom.

(RIYADH, MEDINAH) – Alfanar Construction, the engineering, procurement & construction (EPC) division of Alfanar, announced today that it has been awarded a SAR 109 million contract by the Ministry of Health (MoH), Saudi Arabia, to replace and develop the infrastructure for Ohud General Hospital in the city of Madinah. The 24-month project aims to revamp infrastructure for the 300-bed hospital.

This project is part of the health ministry’s plan to renew and upgrade its hospitals across the Kingdom. Eng. Amer Al Ajmi, Executive Vice President at Alfanar Construction stated, “It is our pleasure to work as success partners with a prestigious entity such as the Ministry of Health. Alfanar Construction has strong credentials in infrastructure projects’ execution, and the Ohud General Hospital contract further strengthens our dominance in this area.” He further added, “This latest success consolidates Alfanar Construction’s position in the region as a leading EPC contractor for social infrastructure projects.”

Alfanar Construction has gained a growing regional and international reputation by diversifying its portfolio of products and services globally. Today, the company serves businesses across the digital solutions, energy, water, oil and gas, social infrastructure and healthcare sectors through its various business divisions and sub-brands.


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