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New Headquarters of IBQ

New Headquarters of IBQ

07 May 2011
Contractor:
Main Consultant
Consultant:
Main Contractor:
KEO International Consultant
Country: Qatar
City: Doha
Category: Commercial Building
Project Type: Projects
Project Duration:
From: Q2 2011 Actual To: Q3 2013 Actual
Status: Construction
Scope:
The project calls for construction of new Headquarters of International Bank of Qatar (IBQ). The Tower will comprise 33 floors and 5 basements. The tower will be located on Al-Taawon Street, near the Qatar Olympics building.
Schedule:
The joint venture of Aktor and Redco International was awarded the main construction contract in April 2011. Project duration is 27 months.
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