Qatar has to get it right the first time, says KCT


Gerhard Hope , December 5th, 2012

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The Qatar National Vision 2030 is the founding set of principles of any infrastructure development in Qatar, said Khayyat Contracting & Trading (KCT) general director Salim Jarrar at the CW Qatar Infrastructure conference taking place today (5 December) at the Grand Hyatt in Doha.

“With the delivery deadline of 2022 fast approaching, getting it right the first time is integral for the reputation of Qatar,” said Jarrar.

“Projects such as Pearl Qatar and Lusail City will have their part to play. The true transition of Qatar will depend on what attractions the country can offer.

“Greater integration of projects is essential to attract a wider range of visitors to Qatar,” said Jarrar.

 


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