Our workers are making extraordinary efforts to prepare Qatar for the FIFA World Cup 2022™.Choose a project to see statistics for a particular site.
The 60,000-seat Al Bayt Stadium is a joint venture between Galfar Al Misnad, Salini Impregilo Group and Cimolai.Learn more about Al Bayt Stadium
Al Balagh Trading & Contracting and Larsen & Toubro Limited are constructing the 40,000-seat Al Rayyan Stadium.Learn more about Al Rayyan Stadium
The construction of 40,000-seat Al Thumama Stadium is a joint venture between Al Jaber Engineering and Tekfen.Learn more about Al Thumama Stadium
This 40,000-capacity arena, created through a collaboration between MIDMAC and PORR Qatar Construction, was inaugurated on 16 May 2019..Learn more about Al Janoub Stadium Stadium
The new 40,000-seat Khalifa International Stadium was inaugurated on 19 May 2017 after a three-year renovation undertaken by MIDMAC.Learn more about Khalifa International Stadium
The construction of this 80,000-capacity stadium is being managed by HBK Contracting Co. W.L.L. and China Railway Construction Corporation Limited.Learn more about Lusail Stadium
J&P Qatar WLL, Conspel Qatar WLL, J& P‐Avax S.A and J&P (Overseas) Ltd. are working together to construct this 40,000-seat stadium.Learn more about Education City Stadium
Qatari firm HBK Contracting Co. W.L.L. is the main contractor for the 40,000-seat Ras Abu Aboud Stadium.Learn more about Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
Throughout the country, we are delivering projects that will play a key role in the Middle East's first FIFA World Cup™. These include the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy's tree nursery, the teams' training sites and accommodation, among many others.
To achieve the high standards of workers' welfare we set for ourselves, we need feedback and guidance from the workers themselves. So we provide mechanisms allowing them make their voices heard.
We also facilitate workers' dialogue with external parties, giving the outside world access to views from people on the ground.
Health & Safety
The health & safety of our workers is our utmost priority at all times. From risk mitigation at the stadium design stage to health checks before workers begin their roles on site, our systems cover every angle.
In addition, we provide both contractors and the workers themselves with training on our health & safety procedures and regulations.
Our workers' welfare efforts do more than ensure the safety of our workers. Our approach educates individuals, organisations and even entire nations, inspiring them to settle for nothing but the best.
Of course, we want the biggest beneficiaries to be our workers themselves, who gain new skills and the means to better support their families.
We use every technological advantage available to safeguard our workers' safety.
Keeping workers cool during the summer months is one major challenge that we are successfully managing and mitigating using technology. New ways of recording audit information and reporting incidents has also made that task easier than ever before.
Our approach to workers' welfare goes well beyond construction site safety and ensuring comfortable accommodation for workers. We strive to enrich workers' lives at every available opportunity.
Nutrition awareness initiatives, football-based skills training and FIFA World Cup™ fan zones are just some of the outreach activities our workers have benefitted from.
External scrutiny has spurred us on to achieve higher standards and better conditions for our workers.
We welcome and actively seek constructive feedback on our practices from organisations with expertise in workers' welfare. Publishing progress reports and maintaining open dialogue helps us to gain the external insight we need to continue improving.