Qatar’s oil and gas, petrochemical, industrial and infrastructure sectors continue to show healthy signs of growth. 

As a trusted partner for multisector clients, Black Cat Engineering and Construction specializes in engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning of multidisciplinary complex projects.

A subsidiary of Qatar Investment and Projects Development Holding Company, Black Cat has been actively contributing to the development of Qatar since 1981.

“We have a diverse range of capabilities,” explained industry veteran and Black Cat CEO Paolo Borchetta. “Our highly skilled engineering teams are capable of providing solutions for each phase of an asset’s life cycle.”

The company is in the process of strengthening its capabilities to become a mid- to large-tier transnational, diversified engineering and asset management company.

“Today, we are implementing strategies to achieve our vision,” stated Borchetta. 

“We are enhancing our organizational efficiency to increase our agility, recruiting professional talent with international experience and implementing the digitalization of our entire operating system. Our competitive advantage is that our company culture focuses on executional excellence and my priority is to build on this strength and work toward market and revenue diversification.”

The changes taking place in industrial organizational performance are being driven by artificial intelligence, robotics and big data analytics.

Having worked alongside Japanese engineering contractors for many years, Borchetta recognizes that the Japanese are leading the world in implementing innovative technologies.

“We welcome the opportunity to partner with Japanese engineering contractors and execute projects in Qatar, the Middle East and beyond,” shared Borchetta. 

“Qatar is strengthening its supply chain capabilities and attracting investors into the country’s energy, chemicals and manufacturing sectors. We understand the market and look forward to providing investors with our ‘one-stop-shop’ solutions across the entire lifecycle.”