Qatar Fifa World Cup Stadium 2022

Qatar, Middle East - In late 2010, Qatar was awarded the rights to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup™. It presents an enormous opportunity to position the country on a truly global scale. Since the announcement, major investment has been made in creating new infrastructure and amenity buildings. The Supreme Committee of Delivery & Legacy was set up to ensure this investment delivers long-term sustainable benefits, particularly the built assets being created.

170,000

seats due to be donated to countries in need of sporting infrastructure

90%

of construction waste to be delivered from landfills
Qatar Fifa World Cup Stadium 2022

Arcadis has been directly involved in managing the design and construction of a number of the facilities being created for the tournament. We’re also working with the client to develop the blueprint and strategy around how to engage with end users and potential developers to consider other possible uses of the assets being built. This includes residential, leisure, retail, commercial and
social infrastructure purposes.

Once the tournament is complete, additional sustainable outcomes will be created by demounting and shipping sections of the stadium for use in emerging nations around the world. The community hubs have also been designed to benefit the local population in the long term, whilst the new transport networks being developed will open up new areas of the country that were previously inaccessible by public transport.

Outcomes

170,000

seats due to be donated to countries in need of sporting infrastructure

90%

of construction waste to be delivered from landfills

15%

recycled content to be used

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