The design phase is expected to be complete in December 2021
The HAIF Development Company has appointed Khatib & Alami (K&A) as lead designer for its first healthcare project. The 300-bed hospital is to be built in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
According to a statement, the hospital will provide a variety of healthcare and diagnostics services and will support the aims of Saudi Vision 2030, which outlined the improvement of healthcare services and facilities through private sector participation.
The project will be designed by K&A according to international healthcare standards, and will meet LEED best practice sustainability requirements, the statement from K&A said.
“We are pleased to appoint Khatib & Alami for this important project, our first in the healthcare sector. Our aim is to create a new landmark in the heart of Riyadh, which will be ideally located to deliver world-class healthcare services to the local community,” explained Eng Abudulah Al Shamsan, the general manager of HAIF Development Company.
The statement pointed out that, subject to authority approvals, the design phase will be completed in December 2021.