Sacyr wins $466m design and build Qatar contract
Spanish construction firm Sacyr will work with Qatar's UrbaCon Trading & Contracting on the smallest of Manateq Qatar's three planned special economic zones
A consortium led by Spanish building company Sacyr has won a $466m contract to design and build an urban special economic zone in Ras Bufontas area of Qatar.
The smallest of three planned special economic zones, the hub will span 401ha in the Ras Bufontas area, Spanish media channel expansion.com reported on Tuesday, 13 July, 2015.
The consortium, which also includes Qatar-based UrbaCon Trading & Contracting, was awarded the project by Manateq, an organisation set up by the Qatari government to develop economic zones across the country.
The zone will be built in Ras Bufontas as a warehousing and logistics hub next to Hamad International Airport, east of Al Wakrah Road.