Ground slab work for Umm Hurair Hospital beginsby CW Staff on Feb 1, 2012
Ground slab works for Umm Hurair Hospital in Bur Dubai are expected to be cast this month. Construction began in May 2011, and will be completed by 2014. The seven-storey hospital covers a land area of 10,683 m2.
“Ground slab works will be completed within three weeks, and the hospital should be running within two years,” said Emad Farhat from Albinaa Project Management, an engineer on the project.
Umm Hurair Hospital is a JV between the Lifeline Hospital Group and the Mir Hashem Khoory (MHK) Group. It is the group’s second medical facility in Dubai. The hospital will provide a range of clinical specialties and include operating theatres, endoscopy and delivery suites.
According to Mir Hashem Khoory, about 10.8% of the project has been completed so far, including concrete works for the foundation and the second and third basements.
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