Kempinski Residences & Suites, Doha

The "Kempinski Residences & Suites - Doha" is currently the most breathtaking project of Doha's tower section. With it's finalization in 2009 CDC proved again it's leading and pioneering position in Qatar's construction market. Until today this tower holds with exactly 252,10m the position of the highest tower in Doha. The project required abilities way beyond original construction work. With its handover CDC proved its wide scope of skills concerning professional project management on a construction site and, further more, the company's expertise when it comes to building outstanding hotels & residences.

Al Fardan Apartment Tower

Finalized in 2008, and at that time also the highest tower in Doha, the "Al Fardan Apartment Tower" is still one of the most outstanding places to live in. The 40 stories tower, located in the heart of Doha's tower section, consists of 174 luxury apartment units, a bistro and a very popular restaurant. The apartment tower is connected at the ground level through a podium to the "Al Fardan Office Tower", that contains a very popular restaurant "Bistro 61". Together the two towers build a unique and distinctive outline within the tower section.

West Bay Complex (Q-Tel Tower)

In 2004 a real tower section did not even exist in Doha. Just a handful of smaller towers and a lot of upcoming construction sites created a very vague idea of how Doha will develop within the next years. However, again CDC created already at this time with the "West Bay Complex" the most cutting-edge project in Qatar. A part of this project was the "Q-Tel Office Tower", at this time with 158m the highest building in Qatar.

20 Storey Office Tower

In 2001 CDC built one of the first towers in Qatar, the 20 storey office tower building for the Ministry of Interior. At the time of completion this tower was with 91m a real construction highlight in Qatar. Thanks to CDC's demand in quality it is still, after more than one decade, a remarkable evidence of CDC's professional construction skills.

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