last updated on: 30 September 2016


Also known as: QDVC, Qatari Diar VINCI Construction

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Business Summary Provides civil and electromechanical contracting for infrastructure, building and heavy industries projects; engineering consultancy services. Country of Incorporation Qatar Ownership Type Government Established In 2007 Primary Sector Construction Number of Employees 1700

Contact details

Primary address
The Gate Mall, Tower 4
Omar Al Mukhtar Street
16th Floor
Al Dafna Area

Zawya industry classifications

  • Construction
    1. Construction and Design
      1. Civil Contractors
        1. Infrastructure (Primary Industry)
        2. General
        3. Heavy Industries
      2. Architectural and Engineering Services
        1. Engineering Consulting Services
      3. Electro-Mechanical Contractors

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