IHCC honors ‘partners in success’ at annual event

IHCC honors ‘partners in success’ at annual event
Representatives from the partner banks and suppliers received shields from IHCC CEO Sultan Subhi Batterjee.
Updated 14 May 2019
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IHCC honors ‘partners in success’ at annual event

IHCC honors ‘partners in success’ at annual event

International Hospitals Construction Co. (IHCC) honored its partner banks and suppliers at an annual ceremony held recently in Casablanca Hotel Jeddah.

The event was attended by IHCC CEO Sultan Subhi Batterjee, General Manager Iftikhar Hussain and members of the board of directors of the company.

In his speech, Batterjee expressed his thanks and appreciation for the company’s “partners in success” who have played a big role in achieving IHCC’s goals. Representatives from the partner banks and suppliers received commemorative shields from Batterjee.

He said serving the community in the field of construction is the company’s top priority.

The chief executive highlighted IHCC’s future plans, including the new projects that seek to diversify the sources of income and at the same time provide additional services to the customers. He also talked about IHCC’s corporate social responsibility programs and their contribution to the development of the community. 

IHCC is a Saudi-based turnkey solutions provider that specializes in health care, education and mixed-use projects. It has more than 25 years of experience as a design-build company in the MENA region with extensive knowledge and experience in delivering turnkey solution projects. The company manages projects from inception to completion, including comprehensive feasibility studies, conceptualization, architectural and engineering design to civil and electro-mechanical construction, financing including complete procurement, equipping, furnishing and installation and operational management services.

Most recently, IHCC won the “Best Work Environment Award” in Saudi Arabia. The award introduced by “Great Place to Work” evaluates the applicants’ HR standards and practices, and their role in improving the work environments, to decide the winner in each sector.