Transcript of "Qatar Construction Opportunities q2-2011"
Qatar Construction Opportunities Report Q2 - 2011<br />Construction opportunities from 2011 to 2022<br />
Why is Qatar Important?<br />“Qatar plans to spend about $100bn on various infrastructure and development projects. The state recently unleashed the largest budget in its history projecting a 30 percent increase in revenues. Boosting market sentiment, the government earmarked QR140bn for public expenditures, presumably ahead of hosting the World Cup in 2022.”<br />“Economic expectations for the coming years are optimistic and supported by an ambitious spending plan nearing $170bn to be assigned for the existing projects and the projects planned for the coming 10 years to expand and modernise the infrastructure sector on par with the most advanced worldwide.”<br />Prime Minister and Foreign Minister H. E. Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem bin Jabor Al Thani. Business and Investment in Qatar Forum, New York City, April 2011<br />
What is in the report ?<br />Useful insights of Qatar's construction projects and future prospects for next 10 years.<br />Statistics and analysis of current and upcoming construction trends.<br />Information about important projects planned for FIFA World Cup 2022<br />Overview of major projects of Qatar and associated Risks<br />General information about Qatar's Economy, Fast Facts, World Rankings, Government Regulations, legal & tax information etc.<br />Important companies in Qatar (Contractors, Consultants, Project owners, MEP Companies etc.) <br />
Report Sections<br />Construction Projects for FIFA 2022 <br />Host Cities and their transport network <br />Construction Projects Scope according to FIFA bid<br />FIFA’s bidding procedure <br />Accommodation Rooms<br />Stadiums for the the FIFA World cup<br />Hospitality Projects for the FIFA World Cup<br />Alternate Accommodations for the World Cup<br />Upcoming Hotel Projects in Qatar<br />
Report Sections<br />Qatar Construction Industry Analysis<br />Analysis of Construction Volume by Stage, Type & Subtype<br />Analysis of Construction Volume by project value<br />Analysis of Construction Stages by the number of projects<br />Associated Risks Against Construction Opportunities<br />Qatar’s Competitiveness<br />Qatar’s Credit Ratings<br />Primary Risks for Qatar<br />
Who shall benefit from this report<br />Companies that have a serious business focus on Qatar<br />Banks, Financial institutions and other project funding organisations<br />Construction Service providers <br />Construction product suppliers<br />Contractors, MEP Contractors<br />Subcontractors<br />Consultants, MEP Consultants<br />