Qatar’s $22.26 billion facility management (FM) market by 2030

Dublin, May 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/—— “Qatar Facilities Management Market Research Report: By Service, End User, Mode, Type – Industry Analysis and Growth Forecast to 2030” report added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s supply.

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estimated from $5,285.1 million Qatar facility management market size will increase to 2021 $22,268.2 million To 2030, the compound annual growth rate between 2021 and 2030 is 17.3%.

The strongest reason is Qatar’s National Vision 2030, according to which Qatari The government seeks to reduce its reliance on the oil and gas industry. To this end, infrastructure is being built on a large scale to support other industries, which in time will drive the demand for facility maintenance.

Some of the large construction projects underway in this area include Sheraton Park, Western Green Spine doha, Sidra Medical Research Centre and Education City. In addition, the country will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, another key factor driving the construction and infrastructure development activities here.Infrastructure construction, spending more than $220 billionrequiring maintenance even after the World Cup, placing high demands on facility management.

In recent years, the most effective strategic measure to increase the revenue of these Qatar facility management market players is to obtain service contracts.For example, in June 2020the Singapore Embassy’s facility maintenance contract and Alcapitaat the same time doha, guaranteed by CBM Qatar LLC. These two-year agreements apply to safety, mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) and cleaning services.

Key Findings of the Qatar Facilities Management Market Report

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted facility management needs in 2020, as most industrial and commercial facilities are closed and movement of people is restricted.

  • However, since the lockdown was lifted, the demand for cleaning services has increased dramatically as entities and individuals have become more concerned about general hygiene.

  • Property management services have witnessed the highest demand in the Qatar facility management market to date as they include essential services to keep the built infrastructure in top working condition. t

  • The outsourced model of facility management will be popular in the coming years as it allows business entities to get rid of these hassles and focus on their core business.

  • Business users place the highest demands on facility management Qatar Because clean and well-maintained commercial facilities are critical to attracting tenants and tourists.

  • The biggest facility management market trend in Qatar is green buildings, which the government is supporting to reduce energy consumption.

Key topics covered:

Chapter 1 Research Background
1.1 Research objectives
1.2 Market Definition
1.3 Analysis period
1.4 Market Data Reporting Units
1.5 Segmentation Market Size Segmentation
1.6 Key stakeholders

Chapter 2 Research Methodology
2.1 Secondary research
2.2 Preliminary study
2.3 Market size estimation
2.4 Data triangulation
2.5 Notes and Notes

Chapter 3 Executive Summary

Chapter 4 Market Indicators
4.1 Infrastructure Development

Chapter 5 Definition of Market Segments
5.1 By Service
5.1.1 Property
5.1.1.1 HVAC Maintenance
5.1.1.2 Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance
5.1.1.3 Others
5.1.2 Cleaning
5.1.3 Security
5.1.4 Catering
5.1.5 Support
5.1.6 Environmental Management
5.1.7 Others
5.2 End Users
5.2.1 Commercial
5.2.2 Industry
5.2.3 Residential
5.3 Press Mode
5.3.1 Internal
5.3.2 Outsourcing
5.3.2.1 Integration
5.3.2.2 Bundling
5.3.2.3 Single
5.4 By Type
5.4.1 Hard
5.4.2 Soft
5.4.3 Others

Chapter 6 Industry Outlook
6.1 Market Dynamics
6.1.1 Trends
6.1.1.1 Rising infrastructure development
6.1.1.2 The rising awareness of asset protection
6.1.1.3 Growing emphasis on green building practices
6.1.2 Drivers
6.1.2.1 The upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup in the country
6.1.2.2 Qatar National Vision 2030
6.1.2.3 Impact Analysis of Driving Factors on Market Forecast
6.1.3 Constraints
6.1.3.1 Strict national employment policies and labor laws
6.1.3.2 Analysis of the impact of constraints on market forecasts
6.2 Impact of Covid-19
6.3 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

Chapter 7 Qatar Market Size and Forecast
7.1 Services
7.2 End Users
7.3 Mode
7.4 Types

Chapter 8 Qatar Facility Management End User Capacity Analysis
8.1 Commercial end-user capacity
8.1.1 Office ability
8.1.2 Retail Capability
8.1.3 Hotel Capacity
8.2 Residential end-user capacity
8.3 Industrial End User Capacity

Chapter 9 Qatar Facilities Management Workforce Analysis
9.1 Workforce Analysis of End Users
9.2 Workforce Analysis, by Mode

Chapter 10 Facilities Management Contracts/Projects of Key Players

Chapter 11 Competitive Landscape
11.1 Key Players and Their Products
11.2 List of other players​​
11.3 Customer wins

Chapter 12 Company Profile

  • Mosanada Facilities Management Services

  • Engie Coffery

  • Al-Asmakh Facilities Management WLL

  • Como Facility Management Services

  • Ocs Qatar LLC

  • Cbm Qatar LLC

  • Elegant Group

  • Al Tamyoz Business Group

  • Conservation Facilities Management WLL

  • Sodexo Group

  • Amwaj Food Service Company

  • Facilities Management and Maintenance Company LLC

  • Wasif

  • Kafam

  • Darwish Interserve Facilities Management WLL

  • Al Mirqab Facilities Management

  • Q-Tec Electric WLL

  • EFS Facilities Services Group

  • maintainer

  • Cayan Facilities Management

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