Wudassie to Undertake 943m Br Expansion

August 28 , 2021


Wudassie to Undertake 943m Br Expansion

Wudassie & Family Business Plc is preparing to construct two buildings on its 2,000sqm property in Piassa, just off Churchill Avenue. Expected to cost 943 million Br, the expansion will house a specialty medical centre that will offer services including oncology, IVF treatment, and orthopedic surgery. The larger of the two buildings will also contain 12 storeys of housing units. The smaller, 11 storey building, will be fully dedicated to medical service provision. Wudassie Diagnostic Centre was first founded in 2008, and currently operates at four locations in Addis Abeba.


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