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Bahrain gets 19 prequal bidders for medical complex construction
10 April 2017
Bahrain’s Ministry of Works and Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning has received 19 prequalification applications for the construction of a medical complex, the Muharraq Long Stay Care Centre Hospital in Muharraq, Bahrain.
The $37 million 100-bed Long Stay Care Centre will be the first phase of a medical complex that will be built in three phases by the Ministry of Health and funded by the Saudi Development fund.
The participating companies are Mohammed Abdulmohsin Al Kharafi & Sons; Almabani General Contractors; Kuwaiti Manager Contracting SPC; Saad Mohammed Almobty & Partners Contracting; Saleh Abdullah Al Mahana Company; a JV of Hafeera Contracting Company and Al Alamiah Technology Group; Aradous Contracting and Maintenance; Nass Contracting Company; Vision Development Company & Dar Al Khiyoul Contracting; Slyahkalem Engineering & Haif Company, a JV of Al Moayyed Contracting and Nesma & Partners; Eastern Trading and Contracting Company; Downtown Construction & Azmeel; Dar Al Khaleej Trading and Contracting; Bokhowa Group & Rakan Trading; GP Zachariades; Cebarco Bahrain & Al Suwaiket; Naba International Commercial Enterprises and Terna Contracting.
The prequalification invite was open to only Saudi and Bahraini contractors.
Turkey’s Kiklop is the design and supervision consultant for the project.
In October 2015, the Assistant Undersecretary for Construction Projects and Maintenance at the Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs & Urban Planning Mona Al Motawa told Bahrain News Agency that a 110–bed maternity hospital will be built in phase 2 and a centre for patients with multiple sclerosis is planned in phase 3, adding that phase one will take 20 months for completion.
(Reporting by Sowmya Sundar)
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