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His Excellency John Dramani Mahama Visits Abetifi Hospital Site

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On Thursday 14th April, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama visited the 4th hospital site from the Built To Care Ghana project, situated in Abetifi.  The event was well attended with local leaders and district chiefs in attendance, as well as many of the workforce.

The visit was a chance for the President to see at first hand the progress that has been made on site.

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Winner at the 2016 British Expertise International Awards

By | Abetifi, Dodowa, Fomena, Garu-Tempane, Kumawu, Press, Takoradi, Uncategorized | No Comments

Lead architects for the “Built To Care Ghana” district hospital programme, UK based TP Bennett, won the prestigious first prize for “Outstanding International Architecture Project” against still international competition at the 2016 British Expertise International Awards. The award celebrates the most influential architectural project with a focus on: innovative concept, strong local impact, meeting technical and cultural challenges, as well as creating a sustainable outcome.  Congratulations to all involved!

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2015 Architects for Health annual Design Awards – WINNERS!

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2015 Architects for Health annual Design Awards

TP Bennett, the lead architects for the design on this project, alongside 2 other entries, were shortlisted in the 2015 Architects for Health Annual Design Awards in the  category of “International Project – An outstanding health care building that is located in a place outside the UK”and  were announced winners on the 22nd June at a ceremony in London.

A testament to the quality of the designs!  Congratulations.

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NMS Infrastructure, GENELEC donate to fire, flood victims

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NMS Infrastructure and GENELEC Support Services partnered  withStarr 103.5FM to donate to victims of last two week’s twin disaster at the 37 Military Hospital.  Floods hit the national capital Accra amidst a fuel station explosion that killed over 150 people, leaving several others with life-threatening injuries in various hospitals across Accra.

NMS Infrastructure and GENELEC partnered AMS and Sons, Zenith Hygiene Systems, Aqua Fina and Starr FM to donate medical supplies and relevant assorted items worth tens of thousands of Cedis to support survivors of the twin disaster at the hospital.

The acting Commanding Officer for the 37 Military Hospital, Colonel Yeboah Agyapong thanked the group for their benevolence.  He told Starr News the hospital “would like to thank GENELEC and NMS Infrastructure for their donation. The things that they donated are the ones that we need the most. We want to assure them that their effort won’t be in vain.”

Source: Ghana/

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