City：Doha Time：2019-5-2 - 2019-5-5 Trade：Building & Construction Organize：IFP QATAR Price：-
Project Qatar 2011
The Leading Construction Show for Qatar
In its 8th consecutive year, Project Qatar 2011 is one of the region's leading construction events. This highly anticipated show has become an annual networking event for companies and individuals operating across all construction sectors. A perfect platform for high-caliber investment deals, an ideal showcase for the latest cutting-edge construction machinery, equipment, systems and material, Project Qatar provides a unique opportunity to conduct business and gain access to a competitive market with the industry's top companies and professional visitors in one convenient location.
Qatar's construction sector is expanding rapidly, propelled by the country's powerful economy, a strong tourist industry, and a flourishing real estate sector. Large-scale international construction investment is flowing into the country. Everywhere, multi-billion-dollar development projects are underway.
Project Qatar is packed with informative seminars, exciting features and valuable business opportunities including the Qatar Sustainability Conference. The exhibition is going to bring together leading players from the fast-paced global construction world and will also be attended by leading high-ranking Qatari public sector officials who will be able to offer high-power introductions to all the right people and explain the myriad benefits foreign investors enjoy when doing business in Qatar.
Also, held concurrently with Project Qatar, an exclusive dedicated green pavilion offering eco-solutions and "The Qatar Sustainability Conference 2011", proving Project Qatar's commitment to environmental consciousness in the construction industry for the third year running.
Project Qatar 2010 proved to be a success with 17 national pavilions: Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, KSA, Lebanon, New Zealand, Qatar, Spain, Turkey, UAE, UK and other international participating companies from Bahrain, Hong Kong, Jordan, Malaysia, Malta, The Netherlands, Oman, Portugal, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and the USA.