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The BIG 5 Construct Qatar returns to support $150 billion of planned projects in Qatar
Qatar Architecture News - Jul 22, 2019 - 04:30 2291 views
After a successful launch edition, The Big 5 Construct Qatar will return on 23 - 25 September 2019 at Doha Exhibition and Conference Centre (DECC). Qatar has over $150bn of known planned and un-awarded projects, according to a report released by The Big 5 Construct Qatar and MEED Projects.
dmg events' The Big 5 Construct Qatar 2019, will be a great platform for you to sell your current products to new clients and remind those people you’ve worked with before that you’re at the top of your game. Construction and transport projects make up approximately 86% of the total current value of planned projects in Qatar.
World Architecture Community is media partner of The Big 5 Construct Qatar 2019. You can still register to the event via the website with free entry. You can also request a stand by filling this form.
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First launched last year, when just over half of Qatar’s $10bn-plus contracts awarded were in the construction and civil infrastructure sectors, the international construction expo comes back to Doha as industry reports forecast ongoing business opportunities.
"Qatar now has over $150bn worth of known planned and un-awarded projects in the pipeline. It is by far one of the largest future markets in the MENA region and we couldn’t be more delighted to return in support of it," said Loubna Aghzafi, Country Manager at dmg events (Doha).
Commenting on the Qatar Construction Market Report, released in partnership with MEED Projects, she added: "Construction and transport projects continue to make up the bulk of planned projects in Qatar, approximately 86% of the total current value in fact, showing that we must continue to bring international and local stakeholders together."
Zaha Hadid Architects'Al Janoub Stadium recently opened in Qatar. Image courtesy of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy
The report highlights key projects including the new Airport City which will include mixed use development and logistics parks, Sharq Crossing consisting of a tunnel and bridge link between North and South Doha, and the ongoing expansions of Doha Metro and Hamad International Airport.
A platform for international and local construction professionals to meet face-to-face, The Big 5 Construct Qatar hosts products and solutions from the entire building cycle across seven product sectors; MEP Services; Building Interiors & Finishes; Building Envelope & Special Construction; Construction Tools & Building Materials; Construction Technologies & Innovations; Concrete; and Plant Machinery and Vehicles.
Furthermore, crowds are guaranteed with a free-to-attend and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certified workshop programme with over 30 sessions on offer which will run across two theatres and multiple themes.
In its inaugural edition The Big 5 Construct Qatar welcomed more than 12,000 participants to Doha Exhibition and Conference Centre - education at the event certified over 5,000 construction professionals.
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A series of free-to-attend, practical workshops providing the latest industry trends, tools, applications and techniques for the architecture, interior design, solar and project management sectors lead by the industry's top notch speakers.
Expansion of Hamad International Airport. Project cost: QR1 BN. Image via venturesonsite.com
Top active projects in Qatar
Qatar now presents arguably the largest untapped business opportunity for international companies who are looking to supply a market that has an urgent need to source construction products.
Lusail Plaza Towers will be situated at the centre the Lusail City in Qatar. Project Cost: $1.1 BN. Image courtesy of lusail.com
The Big 5 Construct Qatar will bring government officials, project leads, procurement directors, architects, engineers, contractors and designers from this enormous range of projects to source new suppliers and products. A selection of some of the top projects include: Expansion of Hamad International Airport, Lusail Plaza Towers and Doha Metro Project.
Top image: Doha skyline from the water © Matteo Colombo / Getty Images