Msheireb, Qatar

Msheireb, Qatar, the world’s first sustainable downtown regeneration project, stands as a beacon of environmentally conscious urban renewal.


Comprising ten commercial buildings, a 5-star hotel, and a shared basement, this ambitious endeavor faced the challenge of integrating extensive Extra-Low Voltage (ELV) systems seamlessly across a vast area.
The Building Management System (BMS) orchestrated a symphony of mechanical and electrical components, enhancing energy efficiency and reducing long-term consumption costs. With over 3500 cameras, advanced Access Control Systems (ACS), and integrated lighting control, the project prioritized security and operational optimization.
The deployment of fiber-optic backbones and dedicated VLANs ensured reliable inter-building communications.
The harmonious interaction between ELV systems not only simplified operations but also empowered operators with complete control, solidifying Msheireb as a pioneering case study in sustainable urban development.
Building Management System
Closed Circuit Television System
Access Control System
Lighting and Scene Control
Guest Room Management System