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Hill International wins Iraq hospital deal

Project manager Hill International has won a contract worth $5.2M (£3.2M) to provide design management and construction management services for the new Al Bayaa Teaching Hospital in Baghdad, Iraq.

It has been awarded the contract by the Iraq Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. The teaching hospital is expected to cost approximately £130M to build.

“This new teaching hospital will help to improve healthcare services in Baghdad and throughout Iraq,” said Akram Ogaily, senior vice president in charge of Iraq operations for Hill’s Project Management Group. “We are proud to be participating in this important project.”

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