Healthcare planning and engineering require in-depth knowledge of the processes and dynamics of the different medical facilities. With design experience in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE, Engicon’s architects and engineers have accumulated extensive expertise in this important area.

We recognize this is a field with various specialties. We have implemented work on our own and, when required, with renowned international planners for a wide range of healthcare facilities, be they hospitals, healthcare centers, medical universities, or forensic centers.

Healthcare services we provide include:

  • Architecture design
  • MEP engineering
  • Environmental impact assessments
  • Traffic impact assessments
  • Interior design
  • Hazard & industrial waste management
  • Geotechnical engineering
  • Facility management manuals and guidelines
  • Construction management and supervision

Sample Projects

Skyline Hospital

Skyline Hospital

Country: U.A.E.
Client: Buset Holding
Year Completed: 2014

Located in the UAE, the Skyline Hospital consists of inpatient care, hospitality facilities, diagnostic and treatment facilities, and outpatient departments. The total area of the hospital is 180,000 square meters of which 30,000 square meters are dedicated for outpatients. Due to site constraints, all of the facilities had to be incorporated into one building. Nevertheless, the design still incorporated green spaces and open terraces, offering both patients and visitors a pleasant atmosphere.

Praxis, part of the Engicon Group, carried out all stages of the design, from concept to detail. The design meets the highest international standards in the highly competitive UAE market.

Rennovation of Tikrit Teaching Hospital

Rennovation of Tikrit Teaching Hospital

Country: Iraq
Client: UNDP Iraq
Year Completed: 2017

This high-profile, fast-track UNDP project is part of the UNDP program for the stabilization of host communities after liberation from ISIS. The hospital is a 400-bed facility with a total area of 50,000 m2 and consists of the main hospital building (6 floors), workshop building, mortuary building, dialysis building, radiology building, central energy plant, and hospital campus and supporting services.

The buildings were in dire conditions prior to Engicon’s intervention. The role of Engicon included site assessment (including examining the structural integrity of the building), full architectural, medical planning, and structural and electro-mechanical design, as well as the preparation of construction tender documents.

During the unique circumstances in Iraq following the liberation of key areas, the above scope was requested to be completed within 30 days. Engicon’s engineers worked day and night in this period and managed to produce 3,000 drawings in this record time.