Event Information

Monday 10th April 2017

The Grand Hyatt Doha, Qatar

Qatar’s construction industry will continue to be the world’s fastest growing until 2020, with double-digit growth being driven by massive investment in the infrastructure projects that are fundamental to the country’s desire to deliver on its National Vision 2030 and have a more diversified economy.


2016 Programme Highlights

  • Proposed Competition Venues
  • Falling Oil Prices – The Impact of the Drop
  • Opportunity for Change
  • The Payment Predicament
  • Dispute Mitigation & Resolution
  • Battling the Skills Shortage
  • Environmental Compliance of Public Surface Water & Storm water Drainage Systems, Short Term & Long Term Plan
  • Qatar’s Rain Preparedness Plan


Building on the success of the  2016 Construction Week Qatar: Leaders in Construction Summit which attracted more than 170 government representatives, contractors, developers and urban planners gather to discuss and debate business and operational strategy, the future of the industry and the progress toward 2022. The 2017 event, now in its seventh year will once again establish itself as the leading high-level strategic forum for the industry to benchmark operations, brainstorm ideas, and overcome the challenges posed in the lead up to the World Cup and realise Qatar’s National Vision 2030.


The Construction Week Qatar’s: Leaders in Construction summit brings together the cream of the region’s construction community. Attendance is by invitation only and will represent the decision makers across the construction industry.

As such, it is an ideal place to position your brand, meet potential customers and existing clients. To ensure sponsors get the maximum return from their investment, sponsorship opportunities are limited.

Advisory Panel

Featured Speakers

Anita Hormis

David Williams

Fahad Al Jahrami

Dr. Ghazi El Sherif

Sam Barakat

Mihir Shah

Assad Salem

Andy Reid


Martin Hay

Robert Holtkamp

Eng. Youssif Al-Musleh