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Key Information


Welcome to the International Conference on Civil Infrastructure and Construction (CIC2023). The aim of the conference is to provide a platform to report and discuss the recent advances and developments in infrastructure and construction besides urban planning and design for society's wellbeing. Furthermore, the conference will provide a forum to discuss challenges and developments associated with the Environment and Climate Change.

The CIC conference is typically held every three years, bringing together leading experts and researchers in the field to share their latest findings and discuss emerging trends. Similarly, the proceedings are also published on a triennial basis, ensuring that the most current and significant research is disseminated to the scientific community.


The conference is organized by Qatar University, the Public Works Authority (Ashghal), the Ministry of Municipality, and the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change. The conference will have a number of professional partners from engineering societies inside and outside Qatar. The conference will have world-class keynote speakers from top international engineering organizations and societies. The invitation will also be made to the policymakers and key figures in Qatar in the field of infrastructure and construction to present at the conference.


  • Research and technological advancements in civil infrastructure and construction

  • Case studies – lessons learned

  • Best practices in infrastructure development and construction

  • Bringing experiences of practitioners, policymakers, and research scholars together


The conference welcomes the papers in the following four thematic areas:

  • Contemporary issues in Construction Engineering and Management
  • Advances in Infrastructure Sustainability, Renovation, and Monitoring
  • Urban Planning and Design for Society Wellbeing: New Urban Agenda
  • Water, Environment, and Climate Change