Leading brand in the electromechanical undertaking: Extension of Keskin Concept to Health Expo
Istanbul Health Expo Hospital Equipment, Medical Device and Integrated Health Care Fair held in Yeşilköy CNR Expo Exhibition Center between the dates of 24th and 26th of November 2016 was the scene of the Keskin Concept Group of Companies specializing in hospital electromechanical installation commitment.
The group, which is the only electromechanical installation undertaking company that participated in the furos that the heart of the health sector in Turkey has participated with the remarkable architecture and the stand spreading in the area of 50 square meters, attracted great interest.
Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey Bülent Yildirim, owner of Keskin Konsep, Uğur Keskin and his lawyer’s wife Tuğba Keskin gave a toy car to Ahmet Demir Keskin, son of two years old. After the event, Uğur Keskin said, “Our reference in our electromechanical installation commitments is a great one is made up of hospitals and health centers. We have been in the Health Expo for specializing in hospitals especially because of our references that we have successfully completed and we were very pleased to see the great interest we had during the event. ”
Keskin Concept, established in 2004 to respond to the demands of all kinds of projects and commitments with its structure of operating electromechanical installation systems applications and transforming its gained experiences into high quality applications, has signed a prestigious reference of over one hundred thousand and electromechanical installation commitment over 1 million square meters.
The excitement and enthusiasm of entrepreneurship spirit continues to serve the plumbing sector in the best possible way, combining it with 20 years of experience gained in many private and qualified projects of Turkey and 70 years of commercial tradition. Keskin Concept, which is accredited in various countries; thirty-six hospitals; seventeen administrative buildings; and the factory has signed over a hundred buildings in total.