Leading Construction and Development Firm Welcomes Joint Ventures
CDC was established in 1982, has grown to become one of Qatar’s leading construction and development companies. General Manager Peter Sholy points out, “Our vision is to be the construction and development company of choice for clients, employees and stakeholders.” CDC has completed a wide range of landmark projects, from luxury resorts to commercial complexes, warehouses and residential developments. While CDC’s core activity is in commercial and industrial buildings, its competitive edge is in its quality, reputation, and supply chain. CDC is known for its quality products, and strives to achieve the perfect synergy between time, cost, quality and teamwork, without compromising HSE. To leverage on CDC’s civil work, the company also exploits the supply chain by having its own concrete ready mix and MEP subsidiaries, a wood workshop, an interior design and fit-out subsidiary, and exclusive distribution of luxury retail outlets. All entities in the supply chain also operate independently in the market. CDC understands the importance of corporate social responsibility and is a founding member of the Qatar Green Building Council,which develops environmentally sustainable practices for green building design and development. The company also supports a number of service projects, including internships.
Opportunities for Collaboration
CDC has established joint ventures with best in class international companies to meet the rising demand of Qatar’s continuous growth. Sholy says, “We look forward to working with credible global companies of highest international standards.”CDC is now also diversifying into the infrastructure sector to meet the demands of the country. Sholy believes strongly in Qatar’s future. He says, “Qatar is one of the fastest-growing countries and is growing intelligently. As for CDC, we are ambitious, strong, have financial leverage, care about our employees, and we look forward to exploring opportunities with global companies, including those based in the US.”