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About Future Landscape & Public Realm Qatar

Landscaping and redesigning the public realm of Qatar is becoming a huge focus this year as Qatar prepares for the FIFA world cup 2022. The Ministry of Finance Qatar has announced QR 93.2 billion of the 2017 budget for mega-project works. This increased investment includes public spaces and improving them will have a direct impact on the quality of life of all inhabitants. Development areas include waterfront, public parks, green spaces and pedestrianized zones.

Projects with active public realm investment include:

  • Doha Expressway Programme: a part of Ashghal’s road development plan
  • Lusail city ($ 45 billion) a new build city with public realm features to ensure quality of life
  • Msheireb Downtown Doha Project (QR20 billion) that includes public spaces designed for relaxation that celebrate Qatari heritage
  • Doha Metro will conduct urban landscaping of the areas around the station entrances

In addition, Ashghal the Public Works Authority developed new public realm guidelines that will define standards for the landscape design for local roads and sidewalks.

Future Landscape and Public Realm Qatar will support the development of the public realm to position the nation as an attractive hub for local and international investors. The conference will feature speakers from governmental entities, local and international landscaping sector and urban planning and design.

This industry leading platform will present innovative landscape solutions, best practice, case studies, and engaging interactive panel discussions and will highlight Qatar’s commitment to the sustainable growth of green spaces and outline advanced approaches to green revolution.

Future Landscape & Public Realm Qatar aims to encourage investment in green infrastructure and present opportunities and solutions to achieve green landscapes in the urban environment

Call us today on +971 4 361 4001 or email opportunities@acm-events.com for further information.

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Excellent Opportunities for the Exterior Landscaping Outdoor Design Industry

  • The US$ 5.5bn (QR20bn) Msheireb Downtown Doha: This project will blend traditional Qatari heritage with modern technology, and focus on sustainability and harmony with the environment.
  • The US$ 45 billion Lusail City: This project consists of two marinas, a theme park and housing to accommodate 450,000 people. The smart city will also comprise the Lusail iconic stadium and the Lusail mall.
  • The US$ 36 billion Doha Metro: This project will involve the construction of 72 stations, the largest of which will be Msheireb Metro Station conducting urban landscaping of the areas around the station entrances.
     

Top Reasons To Attend

  • MEET with Qatar’s leading landscape experts and key industry decision makers
  • UNDERSTAND the importance of early project collaboration in the development of a fully sustainable and functional public realm
  • DISCUSS the impact Qatar’s urban planning strategy will have on the successful delivery of FIFA 2022
  • HEAR updates from Qatar’s leading developers and landscape consultants on the project’s shaping the future of Qatar’s public realm
  • NETWORK with senior officials from government who are responsible for constructing parks, playgrounds and developing public realm spaces

 

4th Annual Future Landscape & Public Realm Qatar 2017 will once again be Powered by the annual Project Qatar exhibition. Project Qatar is a specialized exhibition targeting construction professionals and government officials in Qatar.

The event attracts key buyers and industry leaders looking for the most up-to-date technology and state-of-the art equipment available on the market. Project Qatar is now established as Qatar's most important exhibition for highlighting the latest products and services needed for Qatari's fast growing construction sector and has become a destination of choice for regional and international industry professionals.

> Visit Project Qatar 2017

2016 Advisory Board

Geoffrey Sanderson

Head of Landscape, AECOM

Hrvoje Cindric

Associate, Middle East Urbanism Leader, ARUP

Dr. Anne Grichting

Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, Qatar University

2016 Speakers

  • Prof. Ali A. Alraouf Ph.D., M.Arch., B.SC

    Head of Capacity Building and R&D
    Ministry of Municipality & Environment

  • Mona Noureldin

    Urban & Recreation/Open Space Planning Specialist / Project Manager of Qatar National Open Space and Recreation Strategy
    Ministry of Municipality and Environment / QNMP

  • Mozza AL-Kuwari

    Urban Planning Specilist / Deputy Team leader of Strategic Planning and Studies Team
    Ministry of Municipality and Environment / QNMP

  • Rafi Ohanian

    Operations Director
    Nakheel Landscapes

  • Walter Bone

    Senior Landscape Manager
    Dynamic Engineering Consultants (DEC)

  • Dragana Lukic Djokic

    Lead Landscape Architect
    Parsons

  • Dr. Alex Amato

    Section Head
    Qatar Green Building Council

  • Dr. Cynthia Skelhorn

    Post-doctoral Research Specialist
    Qatar Green Building Council

  • Dr. Anna Grichting

    Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Design
    Qatar University

  • Sara Abdul Majid

    Research Specialist, Weill Cornell Medical Qatar
    Ecological Consultant at Richer Environments

  • Ashley Lynch

    Director of Planning
    Place Dynamix

  • Mohammed Hassona

    Horticulturalist, Qur’anic Botanic Garden
    Qatar Foundation

  • Sarah Collicott

    Founder
    Artscape Management

  • Hrvoje Cindric

    Associate, Middle East Urbanism Leader
    ARUP

  • Johan Winters

    Senior Landscape Architect
    SALFO and Associates

  • Sheikh Saoud Al Thani

    Sustainability Manager
    ASTAD

  • Muna Al Sulaiti

    Projects Manager
    Qatar Foundation

  • Ana Mateus

    Senior Landscape Architect, Head of Design Department
    GHESA

  • Dr. Aspasia Chatziefthymiou

    Research Scientist, Ecological Consultant
    ExxonMobil Research - Qatar, Richer Environments

  • Malwina Studzinska

    Marketing Manager
    Watermaster Qatar

  • Steve McIntyre

    Business Development Manager
    ANS Global

  • Jelena Rakocija

    landscape architect
    NAGA Architects, Designers and Planners

  • Marko Dimanic

    landscape architect
    NAGA architects, Designers and Planners

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The ACM Interface+ Format

The ACM Interface+ conference format is designed to optimise the valuable and finite time our busy delegations can dedicate to being out of the office while also enhancing their enjoyment of the ACM on-site experience. Specifically tailored to our region of operations here in the Middle East, the Interface+ format maximises networking opportunities, facilitating the building of profitable relationships within the context of a dynamic, efficient and relevant learning environment.

ACM conference days, using the Interface+ format, have an earlier start than conventional agendas and conclude with a late lunch. The conference sessions are regularly punctuated by refreshment and networking breaks to allow for unhurried face-to-face interaction between peers, colleagues and business prospects. The mid-afternoon conclusion of our formal conference agenda allows for government representatives and busy executives to adjourn earlier in the day, having still enjoyed a full and rich programme of content. Post-lunch, ACM will offer additional, optional learning and networking opportunities in the shape of workshops, product demonstrations, technology launches, site visits, pre-arranged 1-2-1 business meetings and hosted receptions.

Interface+ makes timing sense for our delegates and business sense for our sponsors.