Saudi Arabia World Cup & Expo Projects 2024
Exclusively from MEED, Saudi Arabia World Cup & Expo Projects 2024 provides information on the planned projects forming part of each of the events, and provides the required intelligence for companies to prepare their strategies to take advantage of the future procurement needs.
Saudi Arabia World Cup and Expo Projects 2024 provides comprehensive analysis of key opportunities on the 10+ stadium projects envisaged in the World Cup plan together with details on the associated training facility and transport projects. Details of the procurement plan, prequalification status and scope for projects will also be provided.
For the 2030 World Expo, the report assesses the masterplan, and examines the required infrastructure for the project as well as other associated projects in and around Riyadh that will be linked to the estimated $7.8bn event.
Published in Powerpoint format, the report is a concise and data-driven report designed to provide a comprehensive and easy-to-digest summary of the two events from a contracting and engineering perspective to help project companies to understand, identify and target specific opportunities.
Key facts and topics in the Saudi Arabia World Cup & Expo Projects 2024:
- Detailed project information
- Top clients
- Known project packaging and phasing
- Key stakeholders and decision makers
- Potential future contracts and packages
- Project visualisations
- Details of supplier and contractor registration
- Key challenges
Saudi Arabia World Cup and Expo Projects 2024 provides a detailed overview of each known project and its components and phasing as well as details of each contract already awarded.
Also provided is a likely breakdown of individual future packages together with budgets and timelines as well as details of key stakeholders involved in project procurement at the clients.
Saudi Arabia World Cup and Expo Projects 2024 assesses the outlook for each project and provides a run-through of the future challenges and opportunities and supplies details of how companies can register and prequalify for future work
Saudi Arabia World Cup and Expo Projects 2024 helps you to make the most of the opportunities in one of the world’s largest and most innovative projects markets.
- The 100-page plus report includes dozens of tables, graphs, images and maps to help you easily digest the information provided
- Understand the project plans for the FIFA 2034 World Cup and 2030 World Expo
- Identify project opportunities with client and procurement details
- Understand risks and set strategy
- Identifies new and potential opportunities
- Highlights challenges in the market
The 2034 FIFA World Cup
At the end of October FIFA declared Saudi Arabia as the owner bidder for its 2034 World Cup. As such, it is almost certain that the Kingdom will be announced next summer as the host for the global event.
The Ministry of Sport has already started the procurement process for the expansion of stadiums and the construction of new ones in advance of the event, and also to have facilities ready for the 2027 AFC Asian Cup, itself a major tournament, and potentially the 2026 AFC Women’s Asian Cup.
In addition, more than 30 new training facilities will be required to host the event, plus billions of dollars of associated accommodation and transport infrastructure, all of which also form components of the Saudi 2030 Vision.
As a result, the world’s most-watched event provides thousands of new contract, equipment and material supply opportunities for any regional or global company. With the procurement process already started, it’s critical for interested firms to prepare themselves and gain first-mover advantage.
The 2030 World Expo
The BIE announced Saudi Arabia as the host of the 2030 World Expo on 28 November. The project entails the construction of a $7bn+ new city in the north of Riyadh to house the hundreds of pavilions required for the event, and the necessary transport and utilities infrastructure projects required to support it.
Because of the tight time-frame, work on the event will start soon with procurement expected to start in 2024. Saudi Arabia says it will be the biggest ever Expo, with more than 40 million visitors expected.
The events are just two of a multitude of different project programs in the Kingdom, the largest of which is the $880bn+ giga project program. The different programs will need to be co-ordinated with the implementation of the two events to ensure on-time completion, to control costs, and to ensure adequate market capacity to deliver them.
This will be particularly key for major projects such as the King Salman International Airport, the world’s largest, planned in Riyadh and which is expected to serve the event. Likewise, Riyadh’s metro and road system will also need to be updated to cope with the millions of additional visitors.
Saudi Arabia World Cup and Expo Projects 2024 is a comprehensive review of each event with in-depth analysis on key contracts, stakeholders, packages and timelines.
Exclusively from MEED, Saudi Arabia World Cup and Expo Projects 2024 is of high value to government decision makers, developers, investors, contractors, consultants, and manufacturers in the Middle East construction and infrastructure sectors.
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Who will benefit from the Saudi Arabia World Cup and Expo Projects 2024:
- Economists and analysts
- Policy makers
- Engineering consultants
- PPP investors
- Power developers
- Technology companies
What is unique about this report?
- The first and only report on the Saudi’s event ambitions
- MEED’s unrivalled expertise and insight on the Middle East
- MEED Projects data
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