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Neev to renovate Mumbai hospital

Mumbai-based Neev Group has bagged a Rs120 crore contract for renovation of the old heritage main building of KEM (King Edward Memorial) hospital on behalf of MCGM (Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai). Spread across 5,23,400 sqft, the renovation will commence from October this year and is scheduled for completion in 36 months.
Commenting on this project, Jitendra Jain, MD & CEO of Neev Group said, "It’s going to be a huge challenge for us to work on the stone masonry walls and the structure which is heavily damaged. However, our aim is to complete the project within the fixed time period and ensure that there is minimum disturbance to the employees and the patients in the hospital.”

With about 390 staff, physicians and 550 resident doctors, the 1800 bed hospital treats about 1.8 million out-patients and 85,000 in-patients annually and provides both basic care and advanced treatment facilities in all fields of medicine and surgery.
 

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