500-bed Kumasi military hospital almost ready
In line with NDC 2012 manifesto promise to provide good, efficient, and reliable health care system, myradio360.com can report that constructors working on the 500-bed Military Hospital at Afari in the Ashanti Region have completed 90 per cent of the structural works.
Already, the state-of-the-arts equipment and machinery for the centre of excellence have arrived in the country and deposited at warehouses in Tema waiting for the 10 per cent works to be done for their installation, myradio360.com is reliably informed.
Resident Engineer of the contracting firm, Euroget De-Invest, Mr Islam Sharawy, who was accompanied by the Construction Manager, Mr Mohamed Salama, conducted journalists round the health facility which has about 50 structures and a helipad.
He said although the rains had hindered work a bit, but they were on course in delivering the project by the end of the second quarter of 2017, the expected delivery time.
Mr. Sharawy explained that most of the structures were complete with others being fitted with ceiling and other electrical wiring as well as painting.
The Administrative Manager of the Euroget De-Invest, Mr Baba Anaba, said currently, over 600 Ghanaians were working in various capacities at the construction site.