last updated on: 17 February 2017

Qatar Engineering & Construction Company W.L.L

Also known as: Qcon

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Business Summary Engineering, procurement and construction for oil and gas, petrochemical and power projects; offshore and electromechanical contracting; manufacture of offshore jackets, skids, pipes and pressure vessels. Country of Incorporation Qatar Ownership Type Private Established In 1975 Primary Sector Construction Number of Employees 5200

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Primary address
Qatar Engineering & Construction Company W.L.L Building
Street 48
Salwa Industrial Area, Gate 69

Zawya industry classifications

  • Construction
    1. Construction and Design
      1. Civil Contractors
        1. Heavy Industries (Primary Industry)
      2. Electro-Mechanical Contractors
      3. Offshore Contractors
  • Industrial Manufacturing
    1. Basic Materials and Industrial Products
      1. Fabricated Metals
        1. Makers
    2. Machinery and Equipment
      1. Oil and Gas Machinery and Equipment
      2. Pipes, Pumps, Valves, Seals and Fluid Control Equipment
        1. Manufacturers

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