The Children's Cancer Hospital Egypt '57357' is the largest children's cancer hospital in the world.
It sits on a 24,000m² landscaped site in the El Saida Zenab district of Cairo and is made up of two main components:
• The Bed Tower consisting of 7 storeys for In-patient rooms and offices with an approximate area of 2,500 m².
• The Diagnostic area consisting of 5 storeys for exam, lab, operations rooms, imaging etc. with an approximate area of 5,000 m².
Construction commenced in March 2005 and was completed on schedule in only 500 days.
In addition to high standard hospital requirements, the works called for the construction of particular steel sails and dome, high performance aluminum curtain wall and local (Hashma) stone cladding.