Qatar | Mace


2009 saw Mace expand into Doha in Qatar. Mace was appointed in a four-year service agreement in a project management, cost management and construction management role on the New Doha International Airport (NDIA).

In 2012, Ashghal, Qatar's public works authority (PWA), appointed a joint venture between Mace and EC Harris to deliver a major programme of social infrastructure building projects across the country. The contract is worth a total of QR415million (£72million), and will last for five years, with the option to extend by a further two years.

The expansion into the infrastructure sector in the Middle East highlights the group’s continued growth in the region.

 Mace is adding value in Qatar by:

  • Establishing a Mace presence in the local market, with a mature client base
  • Providing alternative management strategies for procurement on NDIA
  • Integrating closely with the established environment, health and safety teams and strategic vision support
  • Coordinating with the encumbent project and construction management and all existing construction packages and utility providers
  • Establishing good relations with the Ministry of Labour
  • Developing specific processes and procedures to meet Qatar specific requirements
  • Strong buildability determination for consultant designs providing VFM to the employer
  • Strategic design management of key consultants associated with the project across the MENA region and Europe.
  • Logistics forward planning for transition to a live operational airport
  • Implementation of strong quality and safety standards meeting UK and US recommendations
  • All senior staff are trained in FIDIC procedures through modular in house learning