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Project Qatar Concludes Successfully Amidst High Participation With Over 18,000 Visitors

Project Qatar Concludes Successfully Amidst High Participation With Over 18,000 Visitors

Held under the patronage of the Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, the 19th edition of Project Qatar 2023, the most prominent construction exhibition in the nation, concluded on a successful note, with the four-day witnessing over 18,000 visitors.

The exhibition was held with the support of The Ministry of Commerce and Industry and in partnership with Public Works Authority (Ashghal), from May 29 to June 1, 2023, at Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.

Furthermore, on the sidelines of the exhibition, the 9th edition of the prestigious Q Green Conference was also held on the last day, which proved to be an exceptional forum for networking and knowledge exchange within the sector. Participants from a wide range of industries gathered to discuss and share best and innovative practices for sustainable development.

IFP Qatar General Manager Haidar Mshaimesh said, “We are proud of the outstanding success and accomplishments of Project Qatar and the 9th Q Green Conference. 

The enormous footfall and the encouraging feedback we got from the exhibitors truly demonstrate the importance of this event. It proved as an ideal forum for exhibiting the most recent ideas, encouraging partnerships, and promoting sustainable industry growth.

 Project Qatar Exhibition has once again established itself as a major gathering for the infrastructure and construction industries, further fostering fruitful relationships and acting as a launch pad for ground-breaking initiatives.”

During the conference on the final day of the exhibition, IFP Qatar Director of Conferences Ahmad Keilani gave a welcome note followed by two keynote addresses on ‘Qatar’s Efforts in Sustainability & Climate Mitigation’ and ‘Environmental Achievements of FIFA World Cup 2022’. 

A number of sessions were held during the final day, which were titled ‘Green Investment in Waste Management: A Driver of Economic Development’, ‘Recycling all World Cup Waste into Energy’, ‘Green Homes: Guide to Greener and Healthier Homes’, ‘Retrofitting through the EPC (Energy Performance Contact) Model’, ‘Achieving Net Zero Buildings with Radiant Cooling & Active Desiccant Systems’, and ‘Sustainable Integrated Facility Management Approach’.

Additionally, a workshop was held which was titled ‘Enabling the Future of Sustainable Built Environment’, which focused on global trends in energy efficiency and green building.

Project Qatar showcased numerous innovative products, services, and technologies from both domestic and foreign exhibitors. The event provided a unique opportunity for industry professionals to network, interact, and explore business opportunities with over 325 companies. 

In addition to drawing a sizable number of visitors, the show received overwhelmingly positive feedback from both exhibitors and visitors. Participants praised the event’s professionalism, organisation, and high level of engagement. The exhibition acted as a catalyst for insightful conversations, encouraging significant alliances, and fostering industrial expansion.

As the Strategic Partner of the exhibition, the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) supported and sponsored Project Qatar, while Qatar Tourism sponsored the visiting commercial delegations.

Furthermore, the event was also sponsored by Qatar Chamber as the Business Community Partner, Qatari Diar as the Real Estate Development partner, Qatar Development Bank as an Official Partner, Free Zones Authority as the Free Zones Partner, Suhail Industrial Holding Group as an Industrial Partner, Al Sraiya Holding Group as the Platinum Sponsor, and Midea as the Diamond Sponsor. Other prominent participants included Qatar Navigation (Milaha), Qterminals, HBK, and Silver Sponsors Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros.

The Modern Home Company, an agent of Hisense, sponsored the event’s ventilation and cooling. The next edition of Project Qatar will be held next year from May 27 to May 30, 2024.