The delivery of world class healthcare facilities in Sub-Saharan Africa
BUILT TO CARE is about delivering high impact projects within the healthcare sector, supporting the pillars of stability and security in the provision of social infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa.
NMS Infrastructure, working alongside local work forces and supply chains, are providing state of the art facilities to much needed countries and regions, in turn delivering measurable economic activity in these developing areas.
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The Shai-Osudoku Hospital is the first of a new generation of District Hospitals in West Africa, situated at Dodowa on the outskirts of Accra, Ghana. It has been designed with a low energy footprint, low capex and low running costs.
It was designed, engineered and built by an award-winning team led by NMS Infrastructure; master-planners and architects, TP Bennett; and consulting engineers, Campbell Reith.
Dodowa Hospital represents a new blueprint for cost-effective healthcare being rolled out across Ghana.
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Built To Care Ghana - Design to Construction