According to the Projects Affairs Director at Ashghal, Eng Yousef Al Emadi, the Public Works Authority of the City of Doha (Ashghal) has initiated 22 new projects in 2023 with a total value of QR4.1 billion Qatari riyals ($1.11 billion). Six projects have already been awarded, while 10 others, including the development of Hamad Medical Corporation, the construction of Madinat Khalifa Health Centre, and the development of the Ministry of Municipality’s Veterinary Laboratories, are currently in the implementation process with an estimated value of over QR3 billion ($810 million).
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According to Al Emadi, six projects have been awarded, with an estimated worth of QR1.1 billion ($297 million), which involve the construction and development of multiple buildings in partnership with different authorities. Additionally, Ashghal plans to tender for more projects in the third quarter of this year and will continue to complete infrastructure and public building projects by the State’s plan.
In addition, Al Emadi mentioned that design plans have been initiated for various projects, including the Court Complex and Court of Cassation, Al Thumama Main Post Office Building, and the Road Transport Customs Building. Out of these six projects currently under design, two are related to the courts complex, including the Court of Appeal and Cassation, for which a design competition has been announced to select the most visually appealing design idea. The other two projects include the design of the main post office building in the Thumama area and the design of the land transport customs building.
Furthermore, Al Emadi revealed that a new set of projects is slated to be launched in the third quarter of 2023.
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