UEM-Najcom JV bags RM848mil hospital project

KUALA LUMPUR: Konsortium ProHawk Sdn Bhd, a special purpose vehicle and joint venture company of UEM Group Bhd and Najcom Sdn Bhd, has signed an agreement with the Government of Malaysia to build a 12-storey Women and Children Hospital.

Construction of the RM848mil project, located within the vicinity of Hospital Kuala Lumpur, will commence in September 2013, according to a statement by UEM Group here yesterday.

The 600-bed hospital project is targeted for completion by 2016.

UEM Group Bhd holds a 65% stake in Konsortium ProHawk while Najcom holds the remaining 35%.

On hand to witness the signing of the agreement was Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Among the facilities to be built at the hospital include labour and delivery, creche/nursery, therapy services, specialist clinic, child development centre, paediatric specialist clinics, women health centre, neonatal intensive care uits, obstetric wards, emergency department, multi-level car park, cafeteria, shops and a 20-room hotel.

UEM Group is an engineering-based infrastructure group that is currently involved in several key national projects such as the Second Penang Bridge, KLIA 2 and MRT Corp’s MY Rapid Transit Viaduct Package V8 and Package S3.

Meanwhile, Najcom’s core business is construction and information technology.

In the construction sector, it has undertaken the development of new building and housing.

The company also specialises in restoration and conservation of heritage buildings and monuments. — Bernama

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