TYPSA designs several sections of Doha metro

TYPSA is working on the design of several sections of the Red and Green Lines in the Doha Metro development program in Qatar. The metropolitan network in Qatar’s capital city will have four lines with an overall length of 211 km. The construction cost will be in excess of 20 billion euros and it will begin to operate in 2019.

TYPSA is working on the design of the civil works, electromechanical systems and architectural station finishes on the elevated section of Red line South, in consortium with the Spanish company Sener, and with EHAF, C. E., a local firm. Construction is valued at approximately EUR 500 million, and this 6.97 kilometre section of the Red Line includes three elevated stations.

The design consortium is working for the D&B JV led by FCC and comprising the Greek firm Archirodon, Turkey’s Yuksel, and the local firm Petroserv Ltd.

At the northern end of the line, TYPSA is working in consortium with Progin to design the civil works, electromechanical systems and architectural station finishes on the elevated section of Red Line North. This section of the Red Line is 6.7 kilometres long and includes elevated, at-grade and underground track as well as two stations.

This design consortium is working for the D&B JV led by Rizzani de Eccher and comprising Lotte E&C and the local company Redco International.

Finally, TYPSA is also working in consortium with Sener to prepare the design of the architectural station finishes on the elevated section of the Green line. This design consortium is working for the D&B JV comprising SBG Group, Porr and HBK.

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