The $3 Billion Doha Metro Rail Project: World Construction Market

 

Doha Metro Project Report by Tendersinfo

Doha Metro Project Report by Tendersinfo

The Doha Metro Rail Project at Qatar stretches its connectivity through an 85km laid network.

The facility is planned to serve the suburban citizenship of Doha also embracing Lusail, Education City and West Bay retaining the local cultural stint. The project also lays focus on a state-of-the-art design ensuring it is environment friendly and safe.

The project is planned to facilitate the following features:

  1. East Costal Rail Link: Ras Laffan and Mesaieed shall connect via Doha through a passenger and freight railway linking

doha metro out map1

 2.  High Speed Link: This shall connect New Doha International Airportà Doha City à                                 Kingdom of Bahrain via the planned causeway bridge

The Planned Causeway

The High speed Rail link

The High Speed Rail link

 3.  Freight Rail Link: This is designed and conceptualized taking standing from the GCC rail and Doha expressway research

4.   Light Rail/ people mover networks à Connecting Lusail, Education City and Westbay

 

Status & Project Duration:

The project stands at the concept stage with an estimated duration beginning from Q1 2010 and expected to be accomplished by Q1 2015. However the geotechnical survey and preliminary design have already been completed.

Strategic Design Partner:  Deutsche Bahn.

Strategic Project Manager: Parsons Brinckerhoff

 

Opportunities through the Doha Metro Rail Project:

 

Doha Metro

Five design-build tunnel packages are among the 15 to be rolled out for the first phase of construction of Doha’s four-line metro, in time for the 2022 Soccer World Cup in Qatar.

Among the 15 packages 5 pre-qualified bidders are planned to be shortlisted for each package. The commercial value of each page ranging from US$700 million to US$1.5 billion

80 international companies have already registered in response to the EOIs for the underground contracts invited ever since.

 

Assistance that can be expected from TendersInfo:

As a part of the Doha Metro Research project and package, TendersInfo can be your catalyst with information updates like:

  • Completely researched profiling for Qatar
  • Project overview and description
  • Right Contacts within the project team
  • Associated Project Events
  • Well updated Tenders, Projects and Contract Awards related to the project
  • Timely updates on corrigendum’s/ amendments’ and notifications.
  • On-demand research assistance

Avail these details and stay updated with hassle free research efforts through TendersInfo.com. Our team of local associates from Doha as well as experts from the research and bidding teams shall be on toes to update you.

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