Bollards in Focus for Qatar 2020
by: NJM Group Marketing on
Qatar’s architectural beauty attracts many tourists each year, not to mention the number of stopovers and connecting flights its Doha airport regularly receives. And we’re expecting to see even more people entering through Doha airport when Qatar hosts the FIFA World Cup in 2022.
But besides football, Qatar also offers visitors cultural and architectural delights like Katara Cultural Village. This is where visitors can find some of the best architecture the Middle East has to offer due to its large blue mosaic tile design, both equally complex and breathtaking.
Qatar will gear up for the arrival of 32 football teams and up to 1.3 million diehard soccer fans from all over the world by spending billions of dollars to construct eight stadiums.
Using modern architectural designs and state of the art safety solutions, football fans and tourists will be both safe and excited when they experience the architectural magnificence Qatar’s stadiums and international airport have to offer.
Doha airport takes no risks when it comes to airport security and aesthetics. Bollards have become an integral part of all new developments, so it’s important architects and specifiers select the appropriate product and impact resistance, while still complying with aesthetic considerations at the site. This includes:
• Pedestrian delineation and separation
• Perimeter security
• Vehicle access control
• Ram raid protection
• Hostile vehicle mitigation
These bollards are available across a range of security and design applications- something which Australian Bollards has been installing and manufacturing for over 25 years and what we call our Soft Approach to Hard Security.
Airports and football stadiums share security aspects like kickrails, information points, wheel stops, handrails, and bollards to provide security and aesthetic solutions to the customer and traveller experience.