dorma+kaba wins US$ 1.4 mn KHCC expansion in Jordan

Posted on 1st August 2016

dorma+kaba, a major player in opening solutions, has won a contract for The King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC) expansion in Jordan.

The contract is valued at $1.4 million and will see dorma+kaba provide state-of-the art solutions from its complementary product portfolio.

dorma+kaba will be providing a detailed design and execution for all opening access solutions that will be compatible with all door types (hollow metal, wooden, aluminum, glass), said a statement.

Elias Jaalouki, country sales manager, MEA, said: “dorma+kaba has over two decades of experience and a strong presence in the MEA region. We are extremely pleased to have won the KHCC project. Owing to our global expertise we are delighted to provide a broad range of security solutions from our wide range of healthcare sector portfolio.

KHCC treats over 3,500 new cancer patients each year. With such heavy flows of people, security is very important, and access control is a central concern. Selective, individualised access has to be granted to different security areas, and has to be designed in such a way that patients’ privacy and dignity is always guaranteed and that is what we are aiming at.”

The King Hussein Cancer Center expansion will consist of an inpatient tower and outpatient building that will double the capacity of the existing centre and provide improved, integrated space for patient care, research and education, according to Tradearabia news report.

dorma+kaba will design holistic solutions for all door functions which are open and accessible to a wide variety of people including patients, doctors, care staff, administrative personnel, visitors and suppliers for the planned expansion of the cancer foundation.

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