Working closely with a variety of contractors and consultancy’s we are currently supplying some of the head leaders on a variety of projects across Qatar.
The Gulf state announced plans to spend around $140 billion on infrastructure projects. Doha expects to spend an additional $4 billion on stadiums and related sporting infrastructure for the World Cup.
The largest new stadium planned is the Lusail Iconic stadium, which will have a capacity to seat more than 86,000 people and will be used for the opening match and the finals.
The country is also spending massively to ramp up its public roads. Qatar’s public works authority Ashgal has revealed plans to construct $27.5 billion worth expressways and interchange projects over the next five years to ensure smooth flow of traffic during the mega event in addition to the $3 billion worth of contracts awarded last year and we are helping to make this happen by supplying some of the worlds leading professionals in this space.
All road projects are expected to be completed by 2020 as part of its World Cup preparations, the state will expand the number of hotel rooms to 95,000 in 2022 from the current 15,000.