(29579-T)

Hospital University Kebangsaan Malaysia
Malaysia (1993 - 1996)

The 1,040-bed capacity teaching hospital was completed in 1997 and today, it is one of the most recognised medical faculties in Malaysia.

Gamuda was the main force behind the construction of the Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, which is part of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia’s medical faculty. The construction of the 1,040-bed capacity teaching hospital, completed in 1997, comprising a clinical block, education block, hostel and staff quarters was among the largest and most comprehensive of its kind in the country.

Today, HUKM is one of the leading medical teaching facilities in Malaysia.

Client Public Works Department (JKR), Malaysia
Scope of Works

Construction and completion of a 1,040 bed capacity teaching hospital comprising a clinical block, education block, hostel and staff quarters.

  • 1,040 bed capacity teaching hospital
  • 14-storey clinical block (195,000 m²)
  • 5-storey education block with auditorium & 3 lecture halls
  • 10-storey residential block
  • Local infrastructure and utilities
  • Landscaping works