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20 February 2012

Mott MacDonald appointed lenders’ technical advisor for €440 million health campus, Turkey

Mott MacDonald has been appointed as lenders’ technical advisor by the YDA and INSO joint venture – consisting of YDA Insaat Sanayi Ticaret A.S. and Inso Sistemi Per Le Infrastrutture Sociali S.P.A Is Ortakligi – for the development of the €440 million Kayseri Integrated Health Campus in Kayseri, Turkey. The project, which involves the construction of the health campus and the subsequent provision of products and services, will be the first ever public private partnership (PPP) project in the Turkish healthcare sector.

The health campus will cover an area of 385,000m² and includes a 1,283 bed main hospital, a 200 bed rehabilitation hospital, a 100 bed high-security psychiatric hospital as well as an administration building and technical service centre. The development will also feature a 140,000m² commercial area which will include facilities such as shops, supermarkets and restaurants, as well as entertainment and sports centres.

Mott MacDonald will undertake due diligence on behalf of the lenders to assess the capabilities and experience of the consortium stakeholders as well as the consortium’s design, planning and construction, facilities and lifecycle management proposals. The consultancy will also ensure that the contractual arrangements and agreed risk allocation fall in line with international PPP best practice.

Mott MacDonald’s project director John Seed said: “In 2009, the number of hospital beds per 10,000 people in Turkey was 26.9, compared to 48 in Greece, 52 in Poland and 83 in Germany. The Turkish Healthcare market is one of the fastest growing in the world. To ensure it is able to match its requirements, much needed investment is essential.”

“We are delighted to be involved in this prestigious development as the Kayseri Integrated Health Campus will fulfil two important roles in the Turkish healthcare sector. Firstly, it will fall under the Turkish Ministry of Health’s Health Transformation Programme which aims to renovate the country’s existing healthcare infrastructure to meet increasing healthcare demands and bring together small hospitals under one campus. The campus will also improve the overall health service quality in Kayseri which has not developed sufficiently due to a lack of investment in technology and infrastructure.”

It is anticipated that financial close for the project will be reached in March 2012 with construction of the campus taking up to three years. Once completed, the campus will enter a 25-year operational phase.

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