Bids are for the contract to provide project, design and construction management for the 45,000 seat stadium
Seven bids have been submitted to Qatar’s 2022 Supreme Committee for the first contract tendered for one of the nine new stadiums the Gulf country plans to build for the upcoming football World Cup in 2022.
The bids are for the contract to provide project management, design management, commercial management and construction management consultancy services for the 45,000-seat capacity Wakrah stadium, which will be located in Al-Wakrah city in southern Qatar.
The project management contract is for a minimum period of 10 years.
Citing sources in Doha, a report by MEED said the Supreme Committee is looking to appoint the project manager before tendering the consultancy and master-planning contract for the stadium, for which it is currently evaluating prequalification proposals.