ACTS bags work on Qatar 2022 World Cup stadiums
Advanced Construction Technology Services (ACTS) has signed up for work on five stadiums and three related energy centres being built for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The company has conducted geophysical surveys on the Al Wakrah Stadium and will perform various additional geotechnical and geophysical tasks along with construction materials testing for the same venue.
Located at a site 15 kilometres south of Doha, the 40,000-seater facility will host matches up to the quarterfinals of the tournament.
ACTS is also involved in the works on the other four stadiums currently under construction in Qatar.
The firm has been awarded quality control works for other key projects in the Middle East including the Doha Metro Project, the Riyadh Metro, the King Abdulaziz International Airport and the Jeddah Tower, the world’s first one kilometer-high skyscraper currently under construction in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Engr. Khaled Awad, Chairman of ACTS, said: “These contracts deal with some of the region’s highest-profile infrastructure projects. The selection of ACTS for the World Cup 2022 stadiums highlights our steadfast commitment to Quality improvement.
“Carrying the works to completion highlights our capability and proves once again that ACTS is a reliable partner when it comes to investigations and studies ensuring quality control in construction.”