ABU DHABI - Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) won the Best Sustainable Development Award at the Cityscape Real Estate Awards – MENA - for its Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC) development.

Cityscape, one of the region’s leading real estate exhibition companies, seeks to highlight key innovations and developments in the real estate industry. Chris Speller, Cityscape’s Group Director, awarded the distinction to SEHA in a ceremony held at the Yas Viceroy Hotel in Abu Dhabi.

“We are profoundly honoured to receive this award as a tangible recognition of our commitment to innovation and sustainability,” said Saif Fadhel Al Hameli, Chief Officer, Facilities and Construction Division of SEHA. “We were granted this distinction along with the projects architecture firms ICME, TILKE and SOM They have designed several important projects in the country we are delighted to have them onboard as we continue to build SEHA into a world-class healthcare provider.”

Envisioned as a “city within a city,” SEHA’s SKMC goes beyond the typical somber design of medical centers and creates a bustling community featuring vibrant public spaces and a distinct character. Encompassing over 300,000 square meters, SKMC will include three distinct hospitals – a general hospital with a Level 1 trauma center and tertiary women’s and paediatric hospital.



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