DOHA TO HOST WORLD STADIUM CONGRESS IN MAY

Doha, April 15 (QNA) – The 8th edition of the World Stadium Congress will take place from May 21-24 and is sponsored by Vodafone Qatar and supported by Qatar Tourism Authority, ASTAD Project Management, Qatar Green Building Council, The Asian Football Confederation and the European Stadium and Safety Management Association The event serves as an annual congregation of stakeholders working on stadium projects in Qatar as well as globally. Conference Director of IQPC Middle East Marco Cipolat said that “From Russia and Qatar gearing up to deliver the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia and the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar respectively, to China’s surge in sport infrastructure investments, and the bidding to open soon for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, design and construction of the most modern stadiums and delivery of successful and secure tournaments of the future is of utmost importance.” This year’s congress will touch on all these key focuses and best practices as we have an impressive list of global speakers from over 20 countries including ASTAD Project Management (Qatar), AT&T Stadium (USA), La Liga (Spain), Amsterdam ArenA International (Netherlands), AECOM (China) to name a few. Past years have seen the event host organizations working on stadium projects and tournaments across the globe to discuss the upcoming stadia projects, and what it takes to deliver a successful tournament as well as review the technology and material requirements for these projects. (QNA)

Source: Qatar News Agency

Doha, April 15 (QNA) – The 8th edition of the World Stadium Congress will take place from May 21-24 and is sponsored by Vodafone Qatar and supported by Qatar Tourism Authority, ASTAD Project Management, Qatar Green Building Council, The Asian Football Confederation and the European Stadium and Safety Management Association The event serves as an annual congregation of stakeholders working on stadium projects in Qatar as well as globally. Conference Director of IQPC Middle East Marco Cipolat said that “From Russia and Qatar gearing up to deliver the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia and the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar respectively, to China’s surge in sport infrastructure investments, and the bidding to open soon for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, design and construction of the most modern stadiums and delivery of successful and secure tournaments of the future is of utmost importance.” This year’s congress will touch on all these key focuses and best practices as we have an impressive list of global speakers from over 20 countries including ASTAD Project Management (Qatar), AT&T Stadium (USA), La Liga (Spain), Amsterdam ArenA International (Netherlands), AECOM (China) to name a few. Past years have seen the event host organizations working on stadium projects and tournaments across the globe to discuss the upcoming stadia projects, and what it takes to deliver a successful tournament as well as review the technology and material requirements for these projects. (QNA)

Source: Qatar News Agency