As the Gulf’s population numbers rise, so too will the demand for social infrastructure, such as schools, roads, and hospitals. The latter segment is, in particular, a hotbed of activity in the GCC, where a significant number government and private-sector initiatives are under way to expand the crucial healthcare sector.
Notable among these has been the Jahra Medical City, a Kuwaiti project that comes within state programmes to increase hospital capacity in the country by 60%.
The complex was inaugurated by HH the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, last week, in Al Qasr. Read More via ConstructionWeekOnline.