Arranging and planning of the airport occurred in 2003 and development started in 2005. The airplane terminal and runway has been constructed 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) east of the more seasoned Doha global airplane terminal. It is spread more than a zone of 2,200 hectares (5,500 sections of land) and was situated to at first serve carriers that won’t use parlor access.
Hamad International Airport has been intended to provide food for an anticipated progressing increment in the volume of movement. The air terminal has an introductory yearly limit of 29 million travelers. This is three times the present volume. Upon fruition, it will have the capacity to handle 50 million travelers for every year, albeit a few assessments propose the airplane terminal could deal with up to 93 million for each year. This figure makes it the second biggest airplane terminal in the district after Dubai. It is additionally anticipated that would handle 320,000 flying machine developments and 2 million tons of load yearly. The registration and retail territories are relied upon to be 12 times bigger than those at the present airplane terminal. The air terminal will be 66% the extent of Doha city.
The airplane terminal has a desert garden themed motif. A hefty portion of the structures will have a water theme, with wave-styled rooftops and desert plants developing in reused water.
The Steering Committee recompensed the agreement for the advancement of the air terminal to Bechtel. The agreement incorporates the outline, development administration, and venture administration of the offices. The structural engineering firm, HOK, composed the terminal and concourses. Designing, Procurement and Construction contract for Phase I and II were embraced by Turkish TAV Construction and Japanese Taisei Corporation.
While working on a P3 and Greenfield airport project in 2011 and 2012 -The Bicentenario Airport Project-, Fabio Mendez visited the New Doha International Airport Project (later known as the Hamad International Airport). KEO International Consultants, one of the consulting firms on the construction project, invited Fabio Mendez to go on a guided visit to the construction site at New Doha International Airport. He was invited to view the advancement on the ongoing project in 2011. During the time of his visit, Fabio Alberto Mendez Dangond was the Vice President of Infrastructure Project Finance S.A.
Fabio Mendez is a budgetary and financial expert that dispenses financial strategy analysis for large consulting and infrastructure projects. With the planning of the Bicentenario Project in mind, the Hamad International Airport Project in Qatar was one project Fabio Mendez was able to visit while acting as Structuring VP for IPF S.A. At the time in 2011 the project was known as the New Doha International Airport Project. While visiting the project, Fabio Mendez was able to witness the advancements of the project and meet with managers and executives in the offices of the project management team. Fabio Alberto Mendez Dangond has displayed his skills in financial modeling, negotiations and proposals, project finance and project management for a wide range of infrastructure projects, including the Bicentenario Airport Project. At the end of the visit to the NDIA Project and construction site, Fabio Mendez went back to develop new ideas and to share his experience with the Bicentenario’s team.