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ACA Alliance has been awarded a $500 million + contract for building three hospitals in and around Baghdad. The Iraqi Ministry of Health set the requirements for the 400 bed state-of-the-art teaching hospitals.

Baghdad Hospital
Awarding Date: Dec 24th 2008
Start Date: July 1st 2009
Completion Date: May 1st 2012
Cost of Project: $145M USD
Concept Approval: March 18th 2009
Type of Contract: Turn-Key Project
Number of Personnel: 500 on site
Total built up area of hospital: 50,000 m2
Number of Beds: 492 - possible extension to 600 Beds
Structure: Ground + 4 Stories + (Residential Building for staff 8,000 m2)


Awarding Date: Dec 24th 2008
Start Date: July 1st 2009
Completion Date: May 1st 2012
Cost of Project: $135M USD
Concept Approval: March 18th 2009
Type of Contract: Turn-Key Project
Number of Personnel: 500 on site
Total built up area of hospital: 50,000 m2
Number of Beds: 492 - possible extension to 600 Beds
Structure: Ground + 4 Stories + (Residential Building for staff 8,000 m2)


Diwaniyah Hospital
Awarding Date: Dec 24th 2008
Start Date: July 1st 2009
Completion Date: May 1st 2012
Cost of Project: $135M USD
Concept Approval: March 18th 2009
Type of Contract: Turn-Key Project
Number of Personnel: 500 on site
Total built up area of hospital: 50,000 m2
Number of Beds: 492 - possible extension to 600 Beds
Structure: Ground + 4 Stories + (Residential Building for staff 8,000 m2)


Really big hospitals for reasonable prices in comparison with the quality and technology included. We will have a self sufficient health sector in less then 10 years if things stay at this rate. There's construction images and renders in the link.

http://www.acaalliance.com.au/current-projects

The biggest hospital we have in my city is foothills Hospital, it has a capacity of about 1000 beds and it's huge, so 400 beds is still an enormous size.
 

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yeah theryre all fake, the threads for em exist already, but theyre SCAMS.

the company is fake, its just an iraqi living here in australia with no capital, no previous works, nothing other than these projects which god knows how he got.

with the dewania one, construction started 4 years ago, they finished the first level, then the guy left the project and came back to australia. its been at like 8% for three years now, no progress.
 

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yea. can we merge these somehow?
 
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