Godwin Austen Johnson to step up operations in Qatar

Architecture and design firm to appoint business development manager

Architecture and design firm Godwin Austen Johnson (GAJ) is stepping up its efforts in Qatar. The company says it will appoint a business development manager to build closer working relationships with clients, and raise its in-country profile.

The move comes as Qatar continues investing on infrastructure ahead of the 2022 World Cup. The firm says that the Doha office will be supported by GAJ’s 180-man team of architects, interior designers, and MEP specialists, who are based out of the UAE office.

“Qatar has continued to invest heavily in infrastructure in preparation for the World Cup 2022 with significant investment in key areas such as airports, hospitals, schools and stadiums, and our decision to expand our team there is a timely one as we continue to build our portfolio of clients and projects across the Middle East,” said Brian Johnson managing partner of Godwin Austen Johnson.

The firm says its Doha office will provide architectural, interior design and specialist lighting services across the hospitality, education, commercial, government and residential sectors.
GAJ has over 25-years of Middle East experience, and is presently involved in several prestigious projects across the region, including the Gulf Hotel Business Bay, the DoubleTree by Hilton & Hilton Garden Inn in Riyadh, Serenia Residences, The Palm Jumeirah, and Marsa Al Seef in Dubai.


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