King Hamad General Hospital

King Hamad General Hospital is located at Busaiteen, Muharraq. The Client is the Ministry of Health, and the Client (Facilitator) is the Ministry of Works and Housing. The site for the hospital is located on reclaimed land adjacent to the road between the airport and Manama, and has close proximity to the sea with good sea view. The Australian Hospital Design Group (AHDG) is the Consultant team responsible for the design of the $130 million building and comprises CS+T Architects Pty Ltd, Connell Mott MacDonald Engineers, Davis Langdon Australia Quantity Surveyors, Denton Corker Marshall Design Architects and Ismail Khonji Associates Engineers. Main Contractor is a Joint Venture between Bahrain based Nass Contracting and the Burhan International Construction Company of Kuwait and EMCO with Nass Electrical Joint Venture are the Mechanical and Electrical services Contractor.

Winning the Mechanical and Electrical works reflects the industry's confidence and regard for the quality and reliability of our work.

The main plant area is at the eastern end of the hospital, arranged around the Level 1 Service Yard. A Ministry of Electricity and Water (MOEW) 66kV District Sub-station will be separately constructed in an enclosure opening off the Service Yard. The Chiller Plant is located at the roof on level 4, and the building is fully air conditioned with nominated areas exhausted.

All Services infrastructure provided to the hospital will be in line with the world's best practice, to ensure optimum facilities for patients and staff.

We are proud to be a part of the construction of the King Hamad General Hospital by carrying out the design, supply, and installation of the following installations:


Air Conditioning - Plumbing & Drainage - Fire Fighting - Medical Gases - Voice Over Internet Protocol System - DECT System - Wireless Local Area Network - Nurse Call System - Audio Visual Equipment - Patient Queuing Management System - Network Management System - Dynamic Management System - Video Intercom System - Medical Imaging Displays - Bedhead Trunking and Operating Theatre Panels - Building and Security Control Room - CCTV Security and Access Control System - Software Integration for Integrated Operating Theatre Package - Active Equipment Structured Cabling and Fibre Master TV/FM Antennae System - Master Clock System - Public Address System - Printer and Plotters - Fire Alarm System - Lightning Protection Generators - UPS System - BMS SCADA System - Two-Way Radio and Communication System Radio Paging

The overall site is approximately 227,000 meters and is shared with the Medical University of Bahrain (MUB).

Aesthetically, the Hospital has been designed so that the building will have no "back", will take advantage of the views, and will provide Bahrain with a landmark facility of high international standard.

The Hospital is designed in 3 blocks separated by internal open courtyards, and linked at the upper levels (2, 3 and 4) by two major parallel hospital streets which run east-west.