IFP Qatar announced details of the 15th Edition of Project Qatar, the region’s leading international construction technology and building materials exhibition, during a press conference at Intercontinental Doha – The City.
Scheduled on 7-10 May at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, the event is the only business exhibition specialised in construction and related industries, geared at unlocking new opportunities from the ongoing implementation of major development projects across the country in line with the Qatar National Vision 2030 and FIFA World Cup 2022, two main growth drivers for the sector.
With over 200 billion worth of investments and development opportunities ongoing in Qatar, the government has earmarked about QAR29 billion for new projects this year.
Celebrating 15 years of its journey with Qatar’s growth, Project Qatar will hold for the first time the Future Projects Qatar Conference, a new platform which will showcase existing projects and upcoming opportunities in the country. It will feature a series of keynote speeches, presentations, and panel discussions covering updates and innovation in infrastructure projects for important sectors such as transport, healthcare, education, water, sporting events, and tourism. IFP Qatar Project Director Haidar Mshaimesh said the event is an ideal platform for every prospective market player seeking to contribute in Qatar’s endeavour for sustainable development.
More than 400 exhibitors from over 21 countries are expected to participate in the event, supported by various diplomatic communities in Qatar including Kuwait, Iran, Turkey, China, Italy, UK, Germany and Pakistan. Among Qatar’s business leaders sponsoring the event are: Manateq, Al Sraiya Holding Group, Doha Kowate, Nakheel Landscapes, Palmera Landscape, Hempel, Qatar Building Company, NBK Heavy Equipment, Watermaster, and PERI.
Visit projectqatar.com for more information and updates about the event.