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King Fahad Medical City Expansion Project

  • OnGoing Project
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Urban Construction, Medical & HealthCare

This city is located in the Sulaimaniyah area of Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. The expansion will add (850) beds to the existing capacity. The 1,500,000 m2 project is bringing a number of advanced facilities to the campus, including a 231-bed Cancer Center with proton beam treatment due to make KFMC one of a handful of institutions offering the innovative cancer treatment worldwide. A new neuroscience institute, cardiovascular center and laboratory are also under construction. Scope of work involves development of the following facilities: - National Neurosciences Institute (11 storeys); - Comprehensive Cancer Centre (11 storeys); - Cardiac Centre (3 storeys); - Laboratories and Office Building (7 storeys); - Below-ground car park (2 levels). Additionally, the 234,000 square meter scheme includes construction of a central services building spanning four levels and a services tunnel approximately 320 meters in length. It is one of the five medical cities planned to be built or expanded by the client. The complex is one of the largest healthcare facilities in the Kingdom, with a current capacity of 1,400 beds. It currently treats 50,000 inpatients and more than 600,000 outpatients annually. Responsible for architecture, planning, programming and interior design services for the major campus expansion, the team worked collaboratively with the leadership at King Fahad Medical City to translate the hospital’s project vision and specific goals into a unique design solution: promoting world-class care while blending the latest medical technological advancements with operational best practices, in an environment that enhances healing and patient-centred care. The architecture is inspired by abstractions of the familiar, connecting the centres of excellence in a unified expression.

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