Qatar 2022 Fifa World Cup Confirms Construction Contractor

Thu February 23, 2017 - National Edition
George Dudley Sports Pro Media


The Doha stadium would seat 40, 000 fans and the design is based on the dhow boat 
that Qataris traditionally used for pearl diving. http://url.ie/11p0f
The Doha stadium would seat 40, 000 fans and the design is based on the dhow boat that Qataris traditionally used for pearl diving. http://url.ie/11p0f
The Doha stadium would seat 40, 000 fans and the design is based on the dhow boat 
that Qataris traditionally used for pearl diving. http://url.ie/11p0f Construction will be staggered until the completion date which is in 2020. Qatar plans to recycle parts of the stadium after the World Cup to developing nations.
http://url.ie/11p0f

The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC), the organization responsible for delivering the stadiums for the Qatar 2022 Fifa World Cup, has confirmed its seventh main construction contractor.

Qatari construction giant AlJaber Engineer LLC (JEC) and leading Turkish construction firm Tekfen Construction have been awarded the contract for the stadium being built in Doha's Al Thumama district.

The joint-venture partners are scheduled to complete construction of the 40,000-seat stadium by 2020. The venue is located near the capital city, Doha, and it is slated to host World Cup matches up to the quarter-final stage.

"We're pleased to bring together two firms as reputable as AlJaber and Tekfen to deliver such an important project for the SC and Qatar," said Hilal Al-Kuwari, technical delivery chairman at the SC. "The awarding of this contract represents another important project milestone, coming at a significant time as Qatar and the SC move beyond the halfway point in its World Cup journey.

"The appointment of a local company in this joint venture also demonstrates our commitment to ensuring the economic legacy for Qatar, post 2022."

For more information, visit http://url.ie/11p0e.




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