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Qatar set to see building materials demand rise

A BMI report says that building materials demand is set to rise in Qatar on a strong project pipeline. As the FIFA 2022 World Cup deadline draws closer, the demand for building materials in Qatar’s construction sector will continue to accelerate, a new report has shown. BMI Research said in a report: “The government policy will serve to help mitigate bottlenecks with regard to matching growing demand with an adequate supply of building materials,” Gulf Times reported. The approaching FIFA 2022 World Cup is anticipated to drive annualised average real growth of 12% and increasing amounts of aggregate building materials will be required to...

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Construction firms go green with reusable materials- By Huda NV | The Peninsula

Qatar is paving way for green-construction in the region with its innovative eco and economy friendly alternatives for construction materials. Construction firms in Qatar are planning to use recycled 'steel slag', wadi gravel, and used cooking oil in construction. Steel slag is obtained as a by product from steel manufacturing while gravel is a by product of washed sand. Experts are also trying to have energy efficient roads, which uses less energy during construction and also those which can produce energy. “We are looking at more innovation into construction industry, this includes low energy roads. Roads will be constructed with...

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Building materials demand set to rise in Qatar on strong project pipeline: BMI

The demand for building materials in Qatar’s construction sector will continue to accelerate in the run up to the FIFA 2022 World Cup on the back of robust growth and a strong project pipeline, a new report has shown. “The government policy will serve to help mitigate bottlenecks with regard to matching growing demand with an adequate supply of building materials,” BMI Research has said in a report. Growing amounts of aggregate building materials will be required to “fuel rapid expansion” in Qatar’s construction sector, which, with the upcoming FIFA 2022 World Cup, is expected to drive annualised average real...

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