Delivering a New Vision

Interior architectural fit-out works along the entrance shelters, pedestrian subways, station concourse and platform public areas at Oqba Bin Nafie station have been completed, Qatar Rail has tweeted.

Qatar Rail managing director Abdulla Abdulaziz al-Subaie and the RLS JV project team have celebrated the approval of the first underground station, the Metro Red Line’s Al Doha Al Jadeeda, by Qatar’s Civil Defence. Congratulations to the project team as well as everyone who has participated in this project.

QDVC has initiated a fundraiser campaign, ‘Kerala needs your help’, to create awareness and to raise funds for the relief efforts in Kerala. Through this initiative, QDVC seeks to contribute to help people who have been affected by the deluge that hit Kerala.

Kerala, a state of India’s tropical Malabar Coast is in the midst of an unprecedented flood havoc.
The calamity has caused immeasurable misery and devastation. Many lives were lost. Hundreds of homes were totally destroyed and many were damaged.
For the first time in history, 35 dams in the State had to be opened. Never before had the State witnessed a calamity of this scale. In the fight against the flood, the people have braved the odds.

QDVC, the Qatari construction company with international standards, recently organized on the occasion of eid celebration its annual gathering event at Serge Moulene workers’ community. The event was chaired by the HR director in addition to all the community management

The event started with the management’s celebration of QDVC’s long service, where long service awards were distributed to 41 employees of the company celebrating their length of service and loyalty and contribution to the continued success and growth of the company. Aside from the certificates and commemorative plaques the awardees received commemorative gifts.

Commenting on the awards, Philippe Tavernier, CEO of QDVC said: “Such events are an important part of QDVC’s ongoing engagement with the work force and reflect its continuous efforts to provide them with the best working and living conditions.” 

He added: “Our employees are our most important asset. I am delighted to recognize their commitment and loyalty to QDVC and to congratulate them on their long service awards. Their dedication underpins the continuing growth of our company."

The event included a series of artistic performances, folklore and dances to entertain the 1500 participants. 30 artists performed a big show for more than 4 hours in Hindi, Tamil, Nepali, Punjabi and Bengali. Moreover, three groups of dancers presented several Bollywood and Bhangda dances on Bollywood songs.  Special foods were also arranged for all employees.