Al Thumama Stadium achieved a significant milestone by becoming the latest FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 project site to reach 20 million working hours without a lost time injury.
This achievement was accomplished thanks to rigorous implementation of health and safety standards.
Due to be completed by 2021, Al Thumama Stadium has seen significant progress made in its construction, with the stadium’s concrete frame, upper tier stands and roof columns all completed. Once finalized, the stadium’s precinct will also feature 50,000m² of public park area, with native vegetation and almost 400 trees covering 84% of the landscape. The Qatar 2022 venue has already been recognized for its design, winning The Architectural Review Future Project Award in May 2018.