- Feasibility study Amman

In 2009 the Tameer Group, which was awarded a 60.000 m² plot of land in the development area of Amman, expressed its intention to invest into a commercially viable healthcare project with the aim to deliver high quality medical care. The Tameer Group requested AMPC to conduct a feasibility study for this project. The main objective of this study was to map the technical and economic feasibility of the realisation of a private general hospital in Amman, including a master plan for the direct surroundings of the hospital area. AMPC successfully applied for a grant from the Dutch government to carry out the feasibility study under the Dutch PESP programme. The feasibility study’s main components were a healthcare needs and demands assessment for Jordan in general and Amman in particular, a functional planning, architectural design of the hospital and the identification of the required (non-) medical equipment. Furthermore, the study included an extensive assessment of the financial sustainability and commercial viability of the project.

Tameer Group Jordan & Dutch Government
Scope of Services Feasibility study