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Deloitte assesses Qatari development

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Arab Today, arab today Deloitte assesses Qatari development

Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup
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Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup Doha - Arab Today A recent Deloitte report entitled \'Insight into the Qatar construction market and opportunities for real estate developers\' has examined the construction market in Qatar and opportunities for real estate developers in the country. Having been selected to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022 brought forth the opportunity for Qatar to position itself as a regional sporting hub. Qatar National Vision 2013 and programmes such as Q2022 are focusing on leaving a legacy for Qatar in terms of football, infrastructure and economic development. The Deloitte report looks into the government\'s strategy of promoting sustainable tourism with the purpose of attracting more tourists and visitors. Projects such as the Qatar-Bahrain causeway is an example of this strategy, as it will help drive regional tourist arrivals in Qatar. In terms of infrastructure, the Deloitte report examines Qatar\'s plans to invest over $140bn in transport infrastructure in anticipation of the FIFA World Cup 2022. Plans to construct new roads and a metro system have been put forth in order to support the anticipated influx of football visitors in addition to the airport expansion which is already underway. Deloitte experts expect this influx to also bring with it an increased demand for accommodation, with numerous worldwide chain hotels actively considering investments in the country. In fact, Qatar Tourism Authority plans to invest about $20bn on tourism infrastructure as the number of tourist arrivals grows at a rate of 15.9% compounded annually, to reach 3.7 million by 2022. This growth also creates opportunities for the development of commercial units, such as various shopping malls around Qatar. Environmental sustainability has become a key item in the government\'s agenda. One of the key goals for the Q2022 programme is to improve environmental sustainability, not only limited to the event but also for the entire country. The Deloitte report suggests that the programme may deliver a new environmental sustainability standard and improve nationwide awareness. It is evident that immense opportunities exist for developers in the region and beyond, due in part to the infrastructure requirements of the FIFA World Cup 2022, and also as part of realising Qatar\'s national vision. Jesdev Saggar, Managing Director, Infrastructure & Capital Projects at Deloitte Corporate Finance Limited commented \"With the world focused on Qatar\'s every move, it is imperative that the local industry prepares itself for the plethora of international organisations that are ready to descend on Doha. Preparing for the competition is as important to everyone on the built environment, as it will be when the games start.\" These findings are in line with the \"GCC Powers of Construction: Meeting the challenges of delivering mega projects\" report issued by Deloitte during May 2013. The fourth publication in its series and the only one of its kind amongst the Financial Services industry in the Middle East In a region, the GCC Powers of Construction report highlights that the ingredients for capital projects could not be better in the GCC region as the I&CP (Infrastructure & Capital Projects) market is growing rapidly with governments announcing projects across the Middle East region, utilising trillions of petro-dollars over the coming years. According to this Deloitte report, clients\' increasing need for transparency, predictability and sustainability of what they spend provides contractors with an opportunity to reflect on how they can meet this by better operational performance, improved procurement, schedule management and cost reporting. The Deloitte GCC Powers of Construction Report is produced based on data gathered from surveys and data, supported by interviews with some of the most prominent industry leaders from the region. In addition to articles and interviews examining key industry trends, the Deloitte GCC Powers of Construction report includes a country by country analysis of statistics, key projects, and a SWOT analysis. The report highlights the case of Qatar, whereby Qatar was the third most active GCC construction market in 2012, with $10.4bn worth of contracts awarded. Transport infrastructure dominated Qatar\'s construction sector, with four of the five biggest contracts awarded for major transport projects. Hosting the FIFA 2022 World Cup should yield considerable contracts across the construction and infrastructure sectors. \"With significant investment in major infrastructure programmes increasing over the coming years across the GCC, contractors, consultants and clients alike need to rethink the way they engage each other if they are to truly realise the benefits each can bring to the process,\" concluded Cynthia Corby, audit partner and leader of the Construction industry for the Middle East. As to Qatar, Deloitte suggests that successful bidders will have to take into consideration a number of factors such as alignment with Qatar\'s 2022 programme strategic objectives, adherence to sustainability and health and safety standards, innovation, quality and with an overall focus on the legacy theme, which is embedded in the strategy for delivering the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

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