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Qatar launches work on major city suburb

Qatar has launched a major infrastructure project costing over QR537 million ($147 million) to develop a major city suburb north of Salwa Road, a report said. The development will benefit about 720 residential units and improve the safe

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Qatar building new national lab

Work on Qatar’s new national laboratory in Mesaimeer for conducting specialised tests for food safety and also to check the quality and safety of medicines being imported to the country, will be completed by the end of the year, said the P

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Qatar building new national lab

Work on Qatar’s new national laboratory in Mesaimeer for conducting specialised tests for food safety and also to check the quality and safety of medicines being imported to the country, will be completed by the end of the year, said the P

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Qatar to build 40 multi-level interchanges

Qatar's Public Works Authority (Ashghal) plans to build about 40 multi-level interchanges in the western region of the country over the next four years, said a report These interchanges are spread over eight different Expressw

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Hochtief wins $296m Qatar tunnel contract

Hochtief Solutions Middle East Qatar has signed a €256-million  ($296 million) contract for construction of the central section of a new sewerage network with Qatar’s Public Works Authority (Ashghal). The deal to d

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Ashghal to build 160 pedestrian bridges

Qatar’s Public Works Authority (Ashghal) plans to build about 160 pedestrian bridges in different parts of the country, a top official said. "Pedestrians account for 33 per cent of road traffic accident fatalities in th

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Ashghal signs 11 infrastructure projects worth $1.6bn

Qatar’s Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has awarded 11 contracts for infrastructure projects with a total value of QR6 billion ($1.64 billion). The projects were signed under the Inner Doha Re-sewerage Implementation Strate

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Ashghal achieves Qatar project safety milestone

The Dukhan Highway Central project in western Qatar has achieved 30 million man hours without loss time injury (LTI), building on its last year’s record of 25 million man hours without LTI, said its developer Qatar’s Public Works Aut

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Qatar picks IBM to deliver smarter infrastructure

The Qatar Public Works Authority 'Ashghal' has awarded IBM the contract to provide a smarter road and drainage infrastructure in the gas-rich country. The new system will enhance the quality of services, safety and environ

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Causeway wins Ashghal software supply deal

Causeway, one of the leading suppliers of software for the built environment, said it has won a contract from Ashghal, the Public Works Authority of Qatar, to supply cost planning and automated measurement software for CAD drawings and BIM.

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