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Qatar SMEs face barriers to 2022 projects

Qatar is set to launch nearly US$100bn worth of infrastructure projects in the run up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup, but a leading business leader believes small firms will struggle when it comes to tendering for big projects.

Qatar to Host Arab Future Cities Summit for Second Year Running

The US$25bn Doha Metro 85km railway network is one of the transport projects planned to connect urban and rural landscapes and reduce Qatar's pollution and congestion.

Construction groups race for Doha contracts

Plans for a new $20bn Doha Metro have already attracted more than 60 expressions of interest from international consortiums competing for a $7bn first phase of the contract to build tunnels, stations and other infrastructure.

Qatar railway project restructured

The organisations responsible for developing rail transport in the emirate have been restructured, with the aim of shortening decision making processes. Planning is underway for a passenger rail network as well as a metro which would connect central Doha with the airport and football stadia which will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Qatar's first ever transport and logistics expo on its way

As the state prepares for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, projects in the pipeline include a $25-billion metro and rail network, an international airport ($10 billion), a new deep-water port ($7 billion) and a Qatar-Bahrain causeway ($4 billion). S&P (Standard & Poor's) estimates that the government will spend an additional 233 billion Qatari riyals ($64 billion) on infrastructure in preparation for the sporting spectacle, which is an estimated 47 per cent of its GDP.

19 work packages of $1bn each for Qatar rail project

About 19 construction packages of $1bn (QR3.65bn) each are to be awarded until the end of next year for the Qatar railway project, including the metro and GCC network, Gulf Times has learnt.

Qatar on track to spend around $86.5bn on infrastructure developments in...

Qatar's successful bid to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup is expected to energize the local construction sector and stimulate infrastructure investments worth around $100bn through the next 12 years. $4bn has already been allocated to build nine stadiums and upgrade three more in preparation for the country's hosting of the world's biggest football event.

Qatar to fund 2022 World Cup with cash

The Qatari government will be able to pay for US$70 billion (Dh257.1bn) of infrastructure projects for the 2022 Fifa World Cup of football out of cash flow, the chief of the International Bank of Qatar (IBQ) says. The infrastructure is to be built in phases. Work on a national rail system and metro lines in Doha is expected to start in 2015, along with the development of an airport, a deepwater port and a causeway connecting Qatar with Bahrain.