Opportunities and Challenges in the Construction Sector. Best Practices in the Middle East, by Strukton. Sunday 3 MAY 19.00 hours @ Doha Golf Club

struktonOn the occasion of Project Qatar 2015 Exhibition to take place during 4-7 May in Doha, we kindly invite you to our next DBCQ event focused on the construction sector. The construction sector is one of the Top 3 sectors of interest for the DBCQ members, according to the survey conducted last January during the DBCQ New Year’s dinner at the residence of the ambassador.

With US$350 billion of projects currently in the planning or construction phase, Qatar offers unrivaled opportunities in construction, property and infrastructure. Alongside the infrastructure and construction markets, around US$60 billion to US$70 billion are expected to be spent on hotel, leisure, tourism, sports, recreational and infrastructure projects.

Our special guest is Strukton Construction & Trading, the latest DBCQ corporate member and part of the Holland Pavilion at Project Qatar – Booth C211.

Strukton is an international full service provider for infrastructure and accommodation solutions operating in three markets: rail systems, civil infrastructure and buildings/housing. With a broad international experience, Strukton has developed an unique concept that proves to be very successful in doing business in the Middle East.

Guest Speakers:

Chris Raijmakers, Director Business Development Strukton International and General Manager Strukton Construction & Trading WLL Qatar

Ronald van Oeveren, Director Business Development Strukton Rail

After the presentation and discussion we invite you to a networking cocktail reception.

Date: Sunday 3rd of May 2015
Venue: Doha Golf Club

 Agenda:

19.00 – 19.15 hours: Registration
19.15 – 19.20 hours: Introduction by the Chairman DBCQ
19.20 – 20:00 hours: Presentation Strukton and Focus on Middle East
20.00 – 20.15 hours: Q&A Session
20.15 – 21.30 hours: Networking reception

RSVP on/before Wednesday 29th of April by replying to dbcqatar@gmail.com.

Free of charge for DBCQ members and QAR 100 for non-members.

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