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Project Qatar

The Most Sought-After Construction Event in the Region

Held at the heart of the region’s construction hub,where demand is constantly peaking, Project Qatar 2012 the 9th International Trade Exhibition for Construction, Electricity and Environmental Technology, attracts key buyers looking for the most up-to-date technology and state-of-the art equipment available on the market.

Project Qatar 2012, held from April 30 to May 3,2012 at the Doha Exhibition Center, is a destination of choice for professionals from all over the region. This exciting platform for leading international construction industry firms and investors offers top-class exposure to premier regional agents, dealers, buyers and distributors. 

Held concurrently with Project Qatar, Qatar Stone Tech 2012, the International Stone and Stone Technology Show, is bringing together top distributors, suppliers, manufacturers, agents and engineers from all over the world. Heavy Max 2012, the international exhibition for heavy machinery, an ideal platform for much-needed products to meet the demand of a billion-dollar-value construction market will also run concurrently with Project Qatar 2012. 

The 2011 edition of  Project Qatar surpassed all expectations, including its achievements during 2010, thanks to an overwhelming response from both exhibitors and visitors. More than 1,750 local and international firms exhibited at Project Qatar 2011, registering a record increase of 73% in the number of exhibitors over more than 52,000 m2 of space (68% growth). If past experience is any guide, then Project Qatar 2012 promises to be truly impressive!

Project Qatar 2011 organization was perfect and professional on all aspects, and we are looking forward to take part in next year’s edition”.

Mustafa Gulec, Official Commercial Councilor,Turkish Pavilion