Jamco supplied porcelain tiles for the 3d phase of the project – a large mixed-use city quarter consistingof fourteen buildings, including apartments, shops, restaurants, offices, two health clubs and a hotel.
Enhancing the beauty of one of Qatar’s most iconic structures is the hard and soft landscaping done by Jamco Building Materials. Katara was born out of the vision to position the State of Qatar as a cultural beacon in the Middle East.
Jamco supplied tile trims to the first workers’ hospital developed in the industrial area, where many small manufacturing units and labor accommodations are situated. The hospital is the first of the three to be built for the migrant workers by the Special Engineering Office.
Jamco supplied finishes for the walls and floors in the car park building that belongs to the Sheraton Park. Sheraton Park is a green public space covering 7 hectares of gardens with the playground areas for kids, cafes and restaurants.
Jamco supplied glass and porcelain tiles to the West Underground Car Park (WSCP), a 2,959-car park space that provides a link to the People Mover System (PMS) station for onward travel to final destinations in Education City. The superstructure car park has four storeys with an approximate footprint of 45,000 sqm.
Jamco supplied porcelain and ceramic tiles and stainless steel washroom accessories for the new Hamad International Airport.
Jamco supplied tiles for the Khalifa International Stadium that is a multipurpose stadium located in Doha Sports City complex.
Jamco supplied tiles for the development complex of 4 commercial and 3 residential buildings, a separate recreational building and a car park building.
Jamco supplied stainless steel washroom accessories from Bobrick Washroom Equipment to the Barwa City project which is set within approximately a 2.7 million sqm area with a built-up area of 1.3 million sqm and is located in Musaimeer.
Jamco supplied stainless steel washroom accessories from Bobrick Washroom Equipment to the Qatar University Library building — a four-storey women’s library with a total area of 1,200 sqm and the men’s library which is a two-storey building with an area of 3,000 sqm.