Qatar Railways Company and Ministry of Environment to propel Qatar into next era of infrastructure development
- Qatar: Monday, September 17 - 2012 at 16:01
- PRESS RELEASE
Global leaders in the construction industry came together in Qatar on 'Monday 17 September 2012' to uncover the latest project updates and industry developments in the run up to the Qatar's FIFA World Cup 2022 and its efforts to meet the demands of the region's growing population demand and development strategy for 2030.
The conference addressed some of the most pressing challenges faced by the small gulf state as it continues its efforts to meet the demands of the region's growing population demand and development strategy for 2030.
Eng. Ghanim Hassan Al-Ibrahim, Chief Programme Officer, Qatar Railways Company discussed the projected timelines for the Qatar Rail Development Programme.
He also announced the commencement of initial works on Doha Metro project, ensuring of the project being on track. Eng. Ghanim Hassan Al-Ibrahim also informed the attendees that the Qatar Rail Development Programme will provide a world-class integrated transport system, comprising of 212km long Metro Network; 490km Long Distance Network and 50km of Light Rail Network.
The summit continues for one more day 'Tuesday 18 September 2012' at The Hilton Hotel, Doha, Qatar where the attendees will hear presentations from Amr Metwally, Head Of Architecture Division PMC, Hamad Medical Corporation, Awn Sharif, M.A Health Care Facility Planning, Manager, HCF Planning, Qatar, Theuns Kotze, Regional Director Middle East and Africa, BSI 'British Standards Institution', Helle Gaub, Head of Department, Hospitals and Health, COWI, Eng. Safaa Alzubaidi, Senior Engineering Manager, Energy City and Gregory Acker, Sustainability Manager - Msheireb, Turner International Middle East.
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