Contract for smart hospital awarded

By Andy Brown15 March 2018

Woodlans smart campus koh brothers

A rendering of what the smart campus will look like 

According to reports, Koh Brothers Eco Engineering, in a 20% joint venture with Ssangyong Engineering & Construction and Daewoo Engineering & Construction, has won a contract to construct a medical centre in Singapore, which will be the country’s first ‘smart’ hospital. 

The deal is thought to be worth SGD$740 million (US$564) and the contract has been awarded by the Singapore Ministry of Health.

The Woodlands Health Campus will be Singapore’s first smart hospital campus and will be built on a 76,600 m² site. The project will be composed of eight hospital buildings, each seven floors high above ground and four below. There will be a total of 1,800 beds.

The construction is expected to take under three years to complete.

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