The opportunities presented by Saudi Arabia winning the rights to host the 2034 football World Cup and 2030 World Expo

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Topic: Saudi Arabia World Cup & Expo Projects

Agenda:

1. Latest update on the Saudi 2034 Fifa World Cup projects programme and the 2030 World Expo masterplan

2. Summary of the stadiums and training facilities to be built or expanded

3. Analysis of supporting infrastructure and associated transport infrastructure requirements

4. Details of the Expo masterplan and anticipated construction and infrastructure requirements

5. Impact of the two events on the projects ecosystem and their impact on best practices in the construction sector

6. Impact of the events on an already overheated market

7. Highlights of key contracts to be tendered and awarded over the next 12-24 months

8. Assessment of other sporting events, namely the 2029 Asian Winter Games and the 2027 Asian AFC Asian Cup

9. Lessons learnt from the Fifa 2022 World Cup in Qatar

10. Key drivers and challenges going forward

11. Q&A session

Time: 11 December at 2:00 PM GST

Hosted by: Edward James, head of content and analysis at MEED

A well-known and respected thought leader in Mena affairs, Edward James has been with MEED for more than 19 years, working as a researcher, consultant and content director. Today he heads up all content and research produced by the MEED group. His specific areas of expertise are construction, hydrocarbons, power and water, and the petrochemical market. He is considered one of the world’s foremost experts on the Mena projects market. 

Colin Foreman, editor·of MEED

Colin Foreman is the editor and a specialist construction journalist for news and analysis on MEED.com and the MEED magazine. He has been reporting on the region since 2003, specialising in the construction sector and its impact on the broader economy. He has reported exclusively on a wide range of projects across the region including schemes such as Dubai Metro, the Burj Khalifa, Jeddah Airport, Doha Metro, Hamad International Airport, and Yas Island.

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