Turkey’s Dorce Wins Basra Hospital Contract

Dorce Prefabricated Building and Construction Industry, Trade INC. has successfully completed numerous international projects to date and has began construction of 5 new projects in Mauritania and Iraq.
The company’s General Manager, Suheyla Cebi Karahan, emphasized the importance of these projects with the following words, “Dorce has the ability to follow a high quality policy under difficult circumstances in Iraq, Africa and the Middle East. Dorce will carry itself to a higher status and will introduce itself in a better way an international level with its completed projects.”
Dorce Prefabricated Building and Construction Industry, Trade INC. will be completing a total of 20 reinforced concrete and steel of vehicle inspection stations in 18 cities throughout Iraq including the construction of infrastructure and superstructure works for The Iraqi Ministry of Interior.
Dorce has undertaken the consruction of a housing project consisting of a 1416 villas and 11 social structures in Basrah Iraq. Under the scope of this project; all schools, villas, shopping, business and cultural centres will be reinforced concrete including the completion of all infrastructure and superstructure works and will further be put into service of Republic of Iraq-Establisment of Martyrs.
Dorce will be completing its third project again in Iraq- Basra. A general 400-bed Hospital project has been awarded to Dorce, including all infrastructure, superstructure works and technological devices.
Dorce, also has been executing two more important projects for the mining sector in the Guelb and Tasiast region in Mauritania. The company has become one of the initiators of business from Europe to Africa by procuring construction materials from both Turkey and Mauritania and from district countries in the region of the project areas.
Both projects will be put into service in a turnkey manner. Execution of the process buildings’ infrastructure and superstructure in the Guelb project area has commenced. A pre-engineered 6800 turn-key workers camp will be completed by Dorce in the Tasiast project site including all infrastructure and superstructure construction.
(Source: Dorce)