The inaugural edition of the HVACTech Qatar conference at the QNCC brought the best networking opportunities alongside a specialized and tailored conference learning experience.
HVACTech Qatar is part of the Project Qatar Conferences Series. This unique series of B2B conferences has been created to answer the demand for specialist, interactive insights into the challenges and opportunities facing companies within Project Qatar’s product and services profiles. Forthcoming events include Future Interiors Qatar, running on the 8th and 9th September.
“The HVACTech conference was an excellent opportunity for us to learn more about the MEP business in Qatar, and most important of all, to expand our network here. We are sure this will improve our chances to be involved in future cooling projects” said Leo Rasmussen, Senior Technical Advisor at Condair, a globally leading manufacturer and provider of complete solutions in the areas of air humidification and evaporative cooling.
HVACTech Qatar brought together private and government project owners, planning bodies, developers, main contractors and consultants, MEP contractors and consultants, utility operators and companies, regulators and solution providers.
HVACTech Qatar showcased the latest technology advancements, along with the very latest project case studies demonstrating how these advancements can best be applied to answer the specific requirements and challenges of the construction environment in Qatar.
The summit was instituted to contribute to fast growing demand in Qatar and the region for advanced sustainable technology deployment to support growing construction and infrastructure development plans.
On the first day of the conference Tanween and NG Global addressed designing and building sustainable HVAC systems. Safid illustrated how air distribution systems turn full circle and Condair talked about how to use water for cooling indoor and outdoor. Trans Gulf Electromechanical, Hill International, and Al Mana & Associates discussed innovations in HVAC engineering design and construction procedures.
On the second day of the conference, Marafeq Qatar talked about the future of district cooling in Qatar, and KEO International Consultants addressed the challenges faced when designing district cooling solutions. Qatar Foundation showcased a case study about the advances in district cooling in Qatar at West Bay, Lusail City, and Barwa City. Qatar Project Management featured a presentation about decarbonization of the city of Doha. Arab Engineering Bureau showcased a case study about Doha Festival City HVAC system. Finally Tatweer UAQ Real Estate Development highlighted health and safety considerations into HVAC designs.
HVACTech Qatar was organized by Advanced Conferences & Meetings, in partnership with IFP Qatar. Advanced Conferences & Meetings is a premium business-to-business conference company focused on the requirements of the MENA region. Its events are highly tailored networking and learning opportunities, bringing senior decision makers together and providing up-to-the-minute information on industry trends, government initiatives, technological advances and developments in regulation. As such, they act not only as extremely effective tools for gaining business advantage, but also as high level platforms for change in the industries they serve.